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THE DESERET NEWS. 



T?,l'T3 AND LIBERTY. 



NO. 1. 


GREAT SALT LAKE CITY 


WEDNESDAY. JULY 2. 1862. 




OUR "MOUKVAIN HOME." 


ed us got confidence in ns, that we will cxe- 

Ihat voi have employed in t is service has 
proven that he is worthy, that he is faithful, 

Your employer has looked down u on y. u 
and seen your wisdom and the in erest that you 

sir, how shall I execute this piece of w.uki 

.leietund inv p. .hey, and you understand that 
I ha. e full confidence in you, therefore go am 

Hie coilti.lei.ee ol he Alui|e|ily so (li.it l.e u.l 

Of heaven shines ill yoir hearts, and Willi this 

confidence of our lieavenlyFatherin regard to 
all the duties that lie before us. 

i\'ow it would not be .1 very high compliment 

word, still it is good to trust in him; it bIiows 

willing to fulfil his contracts. It is good to 

There are a me men wliowonld uot.espri- inl'vif 

that truBt touched th 11 pockets. The g , the 

silver and everything ih... w ,-, w,, . I | " | 1 ' | "'" '' 

lh.it we"!ns. "11. 'the "I'.l.r.t'i's'lill it i= good, it 
Bbows that we appre. rate his policy ami g.io.l. 

cause the Almighty 10 trust in us, and when. 

Preside ,1 iLi.uioi nine will L.e p.. ..red out upon 
us. What will he pot upon ns when we show 
our obedience lo h s law.? IP will lake fiom 

J "wei°, 8 br° ibreii 111,1' .1.1,1, 1 ins' wauled lo 
impress tl.i. i.h-.i u|..n . n; mind.. 1 say 0,1, 

miration lo pursue inat course in all my 

,'„-n,'e'r, n'.e'i !•' co.ll'.'i.i cc of our 11 aven'ly 
Father, the I.oid beinc my helper. My heait 
is fully set to secure the confidence of the Al- 

' May Ibis he .he ,le., re and detei initiation of 

REMARKS 
U, President BRIOIIAM^ VUUNO, Tntiernncle 

This is the place to give items of instruc- 

sh. old he very . appy it 1 could speak wuh 
ease; ill Cu.llddoBO, I should talk a p. at 

Ask a bishop by what authority be is act- 

a«o"*ng l 'to^ha''V , i«'™'> S »« I '* m By b 'v.l° ' 
priesthood do you act a^a M.bopf^^I really 

b.Ji'°.i:"":""'Y.e.'''' W! v do you so oluci- 
ale? "Because I have been ordained lo so 
officiate; the First Presidency ordered bishop 
me'apait W be a bishon in tin, ,!,'.t,„i."_ 

in'additiol,'to"t>ose I made this forenoon 


I'"' id-, l.ecaus, , a bishop, and under the „ , 

lo i'ii'.|uii'e'..'f' 'l I.,- bishop '.'V'l hi J'hui.h'wba'l mi ',','■ it'.", 'i 

'"' ' l.a.ebe.., pl.icd .11 Ih.it ni.i.'e l| A, U 

lIl"",eU-e«'| d'l'll!! ..'l-'e',' II,',',"". .",'"!'- tur'nie! " 

inn. ,1 in ill.. I hi, tints, lo.ch.ng au. .ml we n 

We I,. ive seor.s of I,,,,,.!,.,, „t 11 , rhurcli of llns In 

in d ffie cot pails o Hus .,..,„■ n 1 had we are spun 

heller now place othcers, helps aid ,e, willlrel 

is chiefly because of tlni ignoian^e ol tb.-'pe. .- Ih.'.i ;',',„l' 


REMARKS 

By Elder OltsilN llYtll:. 1 nl,e merle, Sund.y 

Brethren and eisiers, I am called upon and 
requested o make a few remaiks to you thiM 

to iny Heavenly F e:,.-tn , also loi tin- pnvi 

lege of meeting with the Saints in general 

The representatives of every part of the 
Territory are here, and to he pnvi'eged to 
speak, though perhaps but a lei minutes Ihal 
1 shall occupy, still it is a giatihcalioii: aid 

privilege 1 hit 1 prize. Ir we were prepared 

seuce 'of God, or in the presence if 
the spirits that are greater than we 
ore, and undertake to teacb and instruct 

with a wish to ii,-ti.icl these tint h.'.ir ...le u. 

ciples oi thegn.pil 1 lie! when I conlein- 
plate the principles of our holy religion very 
much as 1 do when I go Into a very nice oi- 

chard .ind net hold el' a coo. 1 lipe peach. 1 
naturally . ■rl.,i,.,, llns is excellenll | I taste 

l"s°ay it is"liis*cious'. d Then.I meet' with tome 

'nthe'seafon thereof, and of course" I sa" this 

Is the fillet gome; thin I get hold of a (Jul -en 

I lli'i'i.h with the' spun- . f lii.-at and good men 
in Ihe gospel; ihe i re a 1 best, and 1 do not 

i,°,l",lV.','t'io„ l " "IViVident" Young ' g a"e° us"a 
m'ali'of ho','',."" m'an "£°'^>toj"«nt*cll 


iniinstri and the nl'ilviiig of the body o 
Chris'. Cmillliepei.pl canrere,-.. and on,, 

hyThn'n. t he .'! i li '' r . lit 'olli es'will be cot. till' 

will coolin.l lor po« er.'a lid a, lo whirl, sh'„l 

II the ,,., .,|,.' |„| J „„,'ei.-t„,„t 1,11,1 UO.lh 

allei'catton' In Ihis'ell'y we h a v'e I o a II er- 

c'hiiich in ...el, n inane, as lo giie 111 least 
cause for c, inert mi and nubble, There are 

Will COIltei (1 ■lg.,,1. t a hi 1 op. J ,,,,,,- t.tla.e' 

ling the in< 1 and lelegtai hjiompni. is. It 
panic-? Shall 'llo-'y be sup'i'Vieil wuh gram 
mail?" ' I say', yes' * Shall the Meg,a|l, 

I'.'lo'li'J l.l.ow of I.. ■ 1 lell.poial bl.-es- 

uiesoi the kind t cti, be bestowed upon 


e',"|'rl'!i"'' ! 
The, bin 

■ll.e II, et 

z:i';V 
ii.; "v;.,, 

i "St : 



VOL XII. 



in;"iK£ 



REM AUKS 



THE BE SEEET NEWS 



[July 2, 1852. 



.very panto, teelirg and desire that l,a. loved brcll^en, and won't y. u brine u„ In a temple. Tii-re will be team, lo brine u, the 


WHAT 13 A "GENTLEMAN?" ; 






,;;.rn"istpr,'m'i,a:";!i , '".'v l :; 1 l i^Vr.';; ZZ]':^::':^^,:'^:^,^:^^:':!, z^c"^:,!^:!;;;,"^ t,;!',,u 


Two great errors, coloring, , r „ lher olse .. 
lowef'classe's have'sow'n'w,^ "'" h ' S '" r ""' 






tz'JS'^fii^Ji^^"'' 


lamily 1„ iiinn .nnlity 1 elein.il In-, line (Hit .ill'.' No. There I. not a I cinjeyi God hies, the ngl,leoi|.. Amen. 










liUU.UtKS 


m.o, we can bear, and that is a. far a, I can 


i:":;;:,tori,™rii: M ,k"rw"e!! 


B, Elder '"g^™^'* T^eennelc, Snodo, 


t?at a'ho'r.s ."do'."s e 'we''| I | e b l ;ed n "Ifhe™"' 








purer d racf tbaif th{ f ^^wer''Lf,^"rVa.nei 


have been displayed by r enemies mi c wo 








e'tb..r\\',''i!,'"nuerl , '"..f ,1 |lns''i"'op*.. r '' l i e oni'y : 


I have fell very much interested, as .loul.t- 






equi 1 vo l ca| , e'' t ab 'ut iMifpublic-' Tbia's "uivo'ca- 






iMiVb.'.' i'.l lilin liio.li. hidhren w'lio"h.ive'.id- 


''"iiTti!''!,'' laniTmmarks on the nowora of 


cloibing, a,,l aalor tho rest the people are 






















li'ie (V|ie 1 | l |lii'iiN,,''i,',Mi~.i"„u,' ,i' V-"r r ■ 1.^ rV-I'l' 1 i . . I-- 

i '; ; ;'*'^i'/. l .' ,,, v , .'''v;'.' J ' ,, ':''^''' , ;''^ ; '','"''r* t ; -'' , ,',.''v.'"v''Vi'' 


welfare of llie people, a. well as myself. I 


iniJiOMlopr'cacii II..' eospol Vi."l c"u s'l.ler 
Lmanfamily. J!"'^"" '" ' "'" ! ^ 


„i.sa , .ioli:T,.', , nd'"r.'eh l t! ) 'flel,",,-"'lh.n m t!,e 








.i-ii'ey.'.'.ni' ... z z:, :::.;: .'.;.. v.. . ;;..:,;,. „ 








of llie t.ee, imlepeii.leM.repi.Hie.il Memo- 

crallr governm lit we ban, enjoyed uill l.e 
merged in a military despotism, it tbeie is 

;'7 ; !;^ ; ^ r „t, S| a.pre 8 enUn B » B ed,„^ 

Ii' Seuib wo'l'ld : , . n I.'b.iI.j' !;.i*e?'"ihat the'y 


;..,;! i t r " i , i ;:z,zy, i':;,:i 


li li'i'i'ih",,'! n't"'! ' *,'' ml h' il ,"l 


any olher aniin .1. The nat on csnnot truly 
prosper till hoih these eriors are finally got 












^..O^w °~r-:V:£.&^\^& 






The slave Stale, do' nil as yet nppei, lobe 
whipped or e, 1. Ilolli i\„iil, .„„! South 


w,'.')', ",','!, utolmi-ym^^diiu.rulli'lnm'h 


!'i'no l : : i?.,'." i :alio!,'"ln 't'la-'lia i'eit" rran'ual'or 


ire in llie Lamia of the [„.r,l 1 so re ... 


























oeisot il„. I.,„,| Jesus Clni-t. Tlleygo to 


llace" tor y wlvch" her i e islleed' "ft doHsiiM 


tliority, ab.iut blessing, ami . x.ilialioii-, about 


Hi. j.orrnz,, Snow s'.,ys"thal "tile Lord will 






= ■1 ring lie' Ii.i.i .' l.i.i. l'.' abi.ul /..i.-.u'- 




;!ervens%mi?hal'i!^ h vm'on.'!f1i'''.\'o"lM, 


di-giaee a gentleman lo become an errand 


,., ,-Zn .„ ami ...p.y.ng ,1 ncs, a 1 pro- 




much to become a knave or'a°lhief, and 


,-.,,i ngfo, Hie, .[..; llie .So,, oi Man 1 


mountain's. 6 B,cl"s l no?s .""oii-Mt'ot "gold 










M 1 " ' t' ' 1 ' ' 1 , 'l 'l 


ui.ol, o» huge int. re.,,., nor theft the less 


GOll, and Sanctify the Lord our God in ...r bed v. Thin may i,i so oniier , eriar, uiciii'n- 




aocoiipuiied by failure m ninleilakei, d.ry. 


| P h°d l .\ l k%!,d"oe,,fuhled l '!!lfi„„°^,rJhe 1 ea','tb 










1 consider i a gie.it pnvil.gefoi any man lo 




I.I.I.- ■sli.ii.. w.i.l II.....'.' ei:..R..ify their 








Hand/m! maiil^iloV'lii'll'lii^Wvlu'bolu 




and so impor-anl a mis ion; and I am glad to 










j'll.'di.'p anil I'l.slleht. " 








It Hour ii.vilego a ,1 duly to sanctify our 




Th.T'"Vfl"l'lVn,i li ||,,' 1 - r ',h',7"c , .',', l ',e b'feT'i'e' 










l>',Hli''t. e'iu<"l' "'"\ "',"' !l i' ""' l """ > ' ' f 


l-.lsnien' to make as;,,,, ly M a mol.mes 


Spin'' of' the' i'o d\ l ,b",ne'ca,,"',.!.ducea rood 


ar,'io:y»i"ni:'il"i;i S ,mmelaT;he 1 G,!dc,'i 


>' '"■, B'adiially el v.ite , or, by re. kless- 






1 rael Unit ll.ey have had Hie privileg- oi 


oodr.'hUW.n.'. .'„,'.',;.' .'".'l lv","'|~'"'' 1 '", ",' 


lui.i^l^reni.iiU,,,,,.!,., by ,.,m of Ihe pe., kirs 
















.ir t\iiil'uV'' , i\',',twi'il,. l i', l ,',','i',!.e se'mirt II.'." 








b en said u]ion lli.it sub>ct, there does not 








a a lo 1. OH. Eli .a Hie l.e.l.k id 1. a.' 

lo provide even lor Iheiu-clvea, to say no- 


a,,"l ha",', uoessil. u i:.' l MMil'"v'e l c , '*os' e !a°in 


ano's;,„e'care'lor l l'''„ S e°vohwh.li„ey N haie 


^;:T;;:,^:irr :^x:^ 


in-'oijle! 7f iV'Ivfl"!.. "l.'-'lVIo s'ueli"'i'i'i.''i,,'i'h're 


ii^ifsS^li 


'"■'' mediately as ori.He.l; yet lliei "fami- 

".ir ..Hairs, aie in ho .is of Cm', a ml,' in'- 

■'■ i-"i!vii,"'t' !"i y ,ii"s'r it' |, " i,i " K ""■'' '"" i ■," 


entire conduct of the, al,o„.-[Kuskin. 


never would be a giani of pine angai cane 
seed in the couiiliy. K e is your care lor 


The Right to I.ivk. —Tliere arc soms 


^f^/^^f 1 ^^ 1 ^/!;^;;'"^^;,!;' 










salcm, and into the pr Sence of tile Fatiiei 


.'".'iMii'ml the'! ."ui'n'i'm.isLueb'iis'lbey w'iN 


„, ,i',is\;V,lb Jn Tl"ef ,l'Li"virlu"lry r to B .iy to 






in.-nilyll, i c.,11,,,.; ., ,, ,„„ ,'„„„ ,!„„. 


every one t ey meet, hut especially to ihose 


i'd'^u'Vi/'fie, '''' 'is 'u.Joe a'Sopin"! 
leintory thai know., whellier iheie is a parf 
t.e'e ol pine cabbage seed in the Tenitoiy, or 


sence of Cod, for lure is the' eleuii y. the 
(Im'.'.Is,'"," Iv'i'il'i"" when ivepo"siiSs°p S owe"i- a to 


Uovm, l!e'en'fbl..i' l !.."l,!. , ,?'','r, Uii'uli n' 

tra.el to deliv.r their message ot w. mine anil 
of glad tidings ot great joy to the honest in 


ot well II, and ih.,1. , ■' 1 log y,„„ pa, don for 
hemg here.." No, only is tl„. a piinlol and 

"- "Ecoii.l.t,.,,,, l.iono, hesitate to say 

oe!fuln.s"s of who '^ '™ in' th'is "odd "' 








Ifiuid, that yon -li.nla wish l„ skulk through 


."n.HKnVc^ 


aga'a.dea lug. out the ^"iSea'oV'God, 


'Sain, was one remark made by br. Shear- 


rqr\.'mVn^I«°eli .Ve'creator^pul'me' he'e. 


Bishops, bow much llix'"»!',''.l' m ' come ','. U 




o'o 1 ., 1 mill """ i. "ibey I'oss'.'.'tK " "nfi'p'l". 








„f inlellicence and tn.tn, fheie will t 


as'llie <j',',ee" 3 or "he President'" My'tit'le to 


■Don't km,,." ll„vi .'!,„,.',..,,', „'„,, ami 


up"tr?a a ,!,;'es $' b,£$ Ik" k^L^I 


power and an infl ence manifested in and 


barley? "Don't know. 1 have a In.le specu- 


accompany ii g all their words, and it will be 


be here is exactly llie same a, that of ths 




lust a» he felt when be went to br. Spencei's, 


Matter 8 Ami ""nalV'ol'ov" t'h* 1 •'' ° E "* 


owiitainili.lor Hi-, ■„,„., „cnee ami comfort 


i'V l a.'cm!,.l?(t'''^' , T,k\h*'Lo'd,'you°clv'e8'! 
what be meant by bat expre,sio , and if vol, 

have the Sunt ol Con.. , y..„ „■ II lo, 1 .,,,.' 'in. 
''„■:, 1 n ,,.!, i:.u ii,.. Siiioi rei.rr.u iiliti- 


.■-,.l"Vd7l".;Vh*m lo L'°'17G*.d' 


who w, a alw.ys r, ady to give honor to whom 


^SffT^Ss-l-: 


If you go forth wilh the same s.iiccitv ii ,.,11 




it was due, but who would not abnegate his 

what iiV.aid th'onld b"e "done b ' ever"''rnan ^ 

" M.leml^'ul'e'i'l'i'n i ".',',','," C ,:allej"tb'er"iri''to. 


v°i 1 o'EH.I!i£!'alHi"r'^ 


bodi.!, 1 ; ho'f/'^inX^" fS! bei'o," , 'tl t, ai d e 


'on-'l'Vli'.'i','. "id "'•'• '■'.", k |',"',"' n la " 5 ' 1 ' U ' C ' * 


n '„"„'! : i ,r , ',-. n .,''i', , i?'.' iv ,'' !,i ,,,,, " : '' 


abide with God. "-[A. H. Boyd. 




presence of 111- Father, and we. with the 

a.'l. ,;, a, ahull we stand, are clearsc J an 

"i C .' , ,l'l'i.o',, V °»ay that we'wisb to'go' on with 






SfoToui oVihl St'rt.'of h M,',,ouri''a, P w, 


luc C k°° S G r .f C ' t ' -90 '" ey, ''''' e mC1> - '*'* °'""* 


agreed? He waa irri aied in a momen . I 


Sm?aV. C °ark°o'f 'e^ncVft^'n me" "b l ? " 


lhillTn°e r a week"", 11 lo" Irve'V'on elVve™''. 7 c* 


my family and leave the State, ami the people 
may lake ear.- .f 1 beinaelee.-." Manyofoui 


;h- M.,pV H,,s f.l; we shall also send out 

.lane, lo irrigate 11, e, l'.„ ,','l,,' |-„" I'.'i' sb"..^ f"," 
oJVftuitf" a\alnTh y is' i %mi„l t mmm'e'r'' 
rield^Wi^yo^sTyVi^to'sTra^afsS 

complain at the hand of .1 . 1,., ,,„ „,,,„.. 

i',,.'.V\ o"*'.'- iSa",!'". 1 ""' 1 " '"' h "" 

ti'Pdl''! ofiial" ">"'• "■" b "" "' '°''"<'™ 


they will know ma 8 t'w C bell| V er n 'Hh!s''man"'is m a S 
•inner or not, the power i.f Cod .a villi I,..,, " 


Th y will know wi ether hey km w that llie 

good, and Unit wh I Hoy have ,„„ 1, l.n,. 

.""," or little they have the Spirit of God 
ivith llo i„. and it wi'l accompany every faith- 


neighbors alone; good luek is' to fulfill "ha 
.ommamimniis, and do unlo other people a» 
we wish them to do . tii.ro us. They must not 
only plod', but persevere. Pence must be 
taken care of because tbey are the BCeda of 
guineas. To get on. in the world, they most 
take care of home, sweep their own door- 
ways clean, try and help o.hor people, avoid 

-CD. a F r:,,;..B n 'Le. a ; S u,, t B a . U ' 1 ^ ^ aD " G " L 


potatoes, take care ol 'tlimr calves ami then, 
selves, ami the people may go to the devil tot 

f, perhaps, ought not to find fault about 

en. 1. .hi..-., ! oi why .,.,!. my brethren of the 
Twelve take an Interest in Buch matlors, ami 


ful elder of Israel. And if Iheie ale sheep 
they will hear, because, says Jesus, "My 
sheep hear my voice, and lliey follow me, but 

a si, ang-r Ihoy will not follow." 

) feel loM.ss il,,,,. brethren In tte name of 
the Lord, and 1 would say to them, brethren, 


not leave everything of that kind for uie and 






uiv counselors to attend t, , 

1 ask llie Agrun l.n.il and Manufacturing 
oc: iety of Una Ton it.ry if they have ..... 


polish; your families shall be comfortable and 
happy during your absence. 

Br, Horn, Cod bleBS you all, is my prayer. 


JS7rS °or T the e"r,'nt C o"f' tnT'u'n"'^'.!. 


who has. It is doubtful whether an affirms- 


~*F$S^^*JStf?i 


llm/mut'*&'!Z£^X££j$''"fi' 


in the name of Jesus. Amen. 


-From' the"mo C „'it' a c omei'lrf iu \%£k 
from the sun in 8 minnteB; from Jupiter in 52 






"el the cm, the oats" toe fruit, the" ege- 
tables, the cattle, ami eveijlhing !„• b.-s'ows 
upon as, and try to use them for the building 

There will be no lack of reams for doing 

['"• ■- the p or saints here and to build "his 


'l,,,ni,...i,r_A great many people have 
>lic 1 '-hurrahl.- " , a lime and oflj" 

It is derived from the Sslvonic word "rJurraii,'*' 
which mean. "lo Paradiie." 


1 ' ' < 1 ais.from'a's'tar 

which letta sta?'d,°trfe twelfth" mk 6 nit5Si 

JeacLd th!"adh"o nef'iJ'e Pt 'o 1 ' aa "°' V *' 
itself travels at the rate of 35,000 milw u 

hour amoDf the fixetl atarjj 



THE DESERfiT NEWS. 



THE HOMESTEAD BILL. 
The following is a correct copy ° f '•>« 



stead bill as passed by bt 
B rcs», and signed by tbe I 

AN ACT to Secure He 











1 I- 


rill Pi... 


i-.l, Tim: i 


:..!" 


















1I..I, wi h ll 


laid »...i 


e,, ,,., ed 


Mid I 



'rl'Ht a'geforTball 'have' ",! ■', drilled ',!,' 
the army of the Un led Stales, and 



mentof the Uni'ed Slate-, or giv 



the General Land Offici 
ary and proper to carry it! 






•W ^a. KT T 33 X3 , 

democrat" office, 



of March, in 1 1, . year IS .7 
all o.illl., nfniin.i'i.u.s .in; 



::7. ,;■,'..;". 



THE DEMOCRATIC "MONK." 



'II,.- ..Id e.Mor, Mr. Racy, barf been a whi; 

Ilia day, but n.nv did inn lake Bide, will 
tl,.T party, p.'uticul-.ly. Yet, l.einr; ven 



GOOD COMPOSITORS, 



DEM EAT" OFFICE, 

GOOD COMPOSITORS, 



iy Frederica Bremer, who vouches for i 
ruthfulncsB: 
In the University of Upsala, in Sweder 

ivcd a y,„iiig il„de„t, a „otde yoiHh, wu 



I1CI.I-/V'- Un 

\ I ,1 I 

"Hi"''" 



natter, you say? Why, 



inly walked up to the yo 
lein, my fortune is now in y 



i' s "tu a »p »'i!,X sai'dj.'l'e I'n.'eiVi'i 



your rciiiies'i" aid p.'.li.ly, n, ,1 ,,..., 

tnu.ire, the kissed him. 

N,*t day the student was sent for by tbe 









discharge ot a park pa 



Hi .., hi llninrrsi Tura.i.-feJ 



lg fairly, followed by I 



'"7! ,','e". 

1™" tv»n! 

by I 11 is said II, at the ,1' 









The' 'dinner waa nigh over, anil Mr. Racy jiaVciim"?" "' \ | 1 , \ t'.w r\* chat ai'dokymm-d 



nil yvonld be tboiphr; 



frflE 6ESERET NEWS. 



[Jult 2, mf. 



tionably much fighting 



" '^r ;-.'.,.. . ,", ;.■ ','//. | THE WAR ON THE MISSISSIPPI. 

T»i> ,~T x <*- .ippi mid it. tributaries, 

. , :/'-:' :-.' . ' ■••■■■■ •■ '"""' ' 



'OPERATIONS AT AND IN FRONT OF 
RICHMOND. 

There ha. but little transpired in relation 



■uth of the Ohio to New Orleans, firing into Bince (he ba 
at. a. they passed up and down and com- , line> ThB 
llin- drpndatioi.s ivl.inner o] .port unity from tue y u 




Wednesday, July 2, 1862. r' > 



e privilege of visiting any of 



of General McClel 



THE EIGHTY-SIXTH ANNIVERSARY. V ""'"'""" ,.',,',"1,01 ,1 ,,, on thi .morn- 
By reference to the proceedings of the City ' ing of the till -the Confederate fleet com- 



c.islom of observing, by appropi 
, happy, peaceful and free, if the Au 



rd'every m. ans-'lali 


their pr 


perlydestro 


ey were not soldier 


. but mu 




About the middle 


of June 


an expedit 


nsi.ting of four go 
gime.it. under Co 
ave pr eeeded up 


. Fitch 


nd two lull 



The program 
A. Smjlh will 1 



Queen of the West. The C01 
Jeff. Thompson, was set on 
side from tile Denton and vu 



FROM WASlllNL.il.-,. 



In the House of Reprr 
.lit., Hon. J. M. Bcrnl 
Utah, proaentod the Con: 



in tha. branch of the National L-gii 
The n-it day Mr. Latham oflVre 
lution to admit Messrs. Hooper ao 



n- slavery in the Te, 



>eiug but aev 
to go into elTe. 



II..AVY TlU-KOEB StlOWF. 

if late ha« been much like 
11 ountries where shower 



"IIP '"'■ tfbehe.iiy, but 
could not be a certained. 
. were manned by sharp- 



•1- ') 

■i l'-il 



the Federal .harp- 
la duiing the engag - 



gsgeu.ctil-inmiy 



The lil-t Oli.CI 



litSitiiuuteiij.iut 



narche.lupan.l attacked the battel 
rear and carried it by storm. The lo 
Federal land forces is said to have be. 



iras stated on the authority of a letter 
jn or. hoard the steamer Brooklyn off 
! Rouge, on the 3,1, that Gen. Williams 
^countered a large Confederate fore 



ade to the effect that Baton Rouge had beer, 
ken, but Buch ia the in'errence from what 
'oops leaving that 

Com. Farragut, at New 

Vicljb.rg with' part of the fleet but had 



place for Vicksburg. 



1 of the Federal fleet, but several gu 
ad just appeared from below. Fi 



he C 1,1.1.1, 
Not Re 



; lo Gen. McClel 



iiiudreil and seventeen, 
dinit - 'oss of eight 
ve generals, twenty. 
,ajor. and nfl.y-.ever. 

h of June announce! 



the caun 


onadiug 


of t 


e partie 


engaged 1 


building 


ridge. 








It wa. 


























ere in for 






ng ens 








a dis t 














Conr 




on that day 












1'hey op 














kept 














.1 -r driving 


the Fede 






m Old Church, a de~ 




of Confede 






G.ir.r 1,' 


Land 






...n.ky, fun 




m Wh 


te H 


n e, and 










ofYurnin 


toTu 
gthe r 


ihoa 


s"atiu.i i 
bridge: 


fir,'d h iJo e ™ 


ia n tha 


wasp 


ed tl 

ely to 


Rclimoi 


nd wounding 
ph line, and 


Skirmi 


hing is 








on in fro 


t of M 


Clell 


n'a lines 


on Ihe 10th 



ud of flour and 



land" will p rform go. 

Buaor-ABY — The t 
Phelps, East T. mple 1 



H. C. K., which may 1, 

the burglar. _ 

HAY.— New hay i.' 



TtiE DESERET NEWS, 



EIGHTY-SIXTH ANMVEUSAKY. 



ng till dark. The 



obstinacy taius. The 7th Indiana, which previc 
irmisbing numbered eight hundred, could muatcr 
emy was one hundred and forty after the battle, 
■osen his Ohio regiments auflcred severely. 
1 to con- 1 The Federal force fell back after the 

n.-l>-!' nti.l was intending to fortify Mount .IjcUmi 



»''IH ", Vi„ ryotU Birl la, a great on both sides, th. Federal par.ird.r- 1 It „.. understood lliat th. 

oar frefand liberal !nSi«.E ta ! '* " ;mon e ° ffi "™- Th. «P°rt ended by force, in the valley were materia 



era of oil, r 
;;„,,, ,, ./, In 


y"o'f 


JWorf, 1ha 




nge the I'rog 


"■■ 


H; otvd, 'Ilia 


Li 



;;,h;;; Cn,,,,,.,.-, , - \ .i|,:Q H. Raleigh, 

•'.a .. :.. it';- • -. I: Mil I" IS,., !,.„ 
l.,jo,s'j„l„, in ,,, a,, I A„. ,,„ (All, 
>UI. UoiitnT Cammell, 



,nc company of a Maine regiment, wl 
ifter tlie iight,minu.ult.y-nve mcn.w; 

etreat that night. Col. Ashby, t 



t Republic, 
that if the div 
I McDowell did I 



OPERATIONS AT CHARLESTON. 



• "" ™ ton, which had no', up to the 20th ult., been 
my w. re altope her ,„„,,.,,;„,[•„]. Sontbcrn papers an- 
C, ,T . n °'"'" J «■•'.»» June 3d, Federal gunboat! 

eption of „.„, ln sl _,| lt0 |,- Charleston, moving op lo 
tack the Confederate batteries. It wan 



CELEBRATION OF I HE 4TH OF JULY 

The celebration of th- day will commend 

coil 1 a, "le'l I' "' 
bj m t£«'.' e «raLbaVda"t'llioned S at jjhl State 

House, the Conn Ho,.,.- d..d iheatf) 

At '.' uMoak ,i.i,i. a e.nii'.e of arwffery will 



THE WAR IN SHENANDOAH VALLEY 

Of tho marchings and counter-marching! 

Federal army, under (Jens. Banks and Frc 



s' defeat, the Co. federates were in tl 
dency in lhat part of the Old Dominio 
evere fight took place, according to di 

larrieburg but only a few of ihc panic 
f the bloody affair have beeu made pu 



<"» James Island, and a battle ensued, disastrous 

"» to tbc Union forces. 

'P-| A steamer from Port Royal on its way 


received. Tho Dilla, formerly 


.northwaid a few days after the landing of 


'»- the Federal troops on Jamea, Ialand Blonped 




kfJ at Stono, which had been taken possession of 


stitution. They laud Gen. B 










'"I quently rcporled that General Hunter had un- 


of New Orleans in perfect satet 


'" expectedly found himself opposed by not less 


A free press is a great thing, 



prd Ihere „t night. Tho Federal loi 
mated 111 this latter statement at fro 
eight hundred in killed, wowidci 



MISCELLANEOUS ] 
The New Orleans pTpTr. sla 



HiM„i,;;.,,,l, according to southern re 
laased through Montgomery, Ala., ou 
7lh, en route for Richmond, and it 
lated that a large portion of h: arm, » 
oon follow. It was Blib.equeully rep 



The Hon. Pierre Soule hid been arrested at 
cw Orleans by Gen. Butler ou a grave 
large, and would be sent north. Most of 



i.g; but the i'J'.h .V v, Yo, 



THE EMIGRATING S ' IMS. 



(ei. ihelu.-sut tl,,; i-.;U:i a la vvaa belief 1 a,' a u„ li, a l„ ; ,, r e f t eaen t, d a a u nua .1 !ly 

I by Ihe Confeder-.tee lo be not lesa than ^R j large, pal inula rly Iio.n Scandinavia and Ihe 
hundred. Their loss is staled at from fifty to Initial, lalea, I,,,' ,,„, Itm.-b 1 in the r.g ,- 



body, and ( killed at forty, and s 



Eisbt Fel.ral i! a. Is were bs.ekaj 

Jharles on al latest d ates. 

FLOODING THE* 1'UULIC ROADS. 



be Slor of May 3d announces the depar- 
1 from Liverpool, on the 23d of April, of 
packet ship John J. Boyd, Captain 1". 

nte.under the presidency of Elder James S. 



It is said that the. 



sai ', was manifested by the Federal s 
t they were overpowered with numbi 
uctantly left Ihe field. The regime. 



lie ng water from Dm 
r gating purposes,]; 1 " 1 
leek, Little Col 



i to in. -a ling by leltng 



D.niel Mathesoi 
tar, of May 17th, 



Eider Ceoge Q, Col 



lemy j back in good i 



e fciu round, d arid tied t 



, taev are made to suffer* 



<cep.l,;gbytl,n 6 ;«b,cb.; ; >»; 



THE DESERET KEWS. 



[Jolt 2, 1862. 



'• v. '.'j. ■-;•/. ■:••--' «....!. ,... „,|.g,,,t.l agam-l I.KM, ■< 



•SSE51S3S5iliill§Ci 



appear by making a Ce>v pn 



tillage while growing, depend, more n,i lh. 
nuiount of water applied to them than on th 
tree me of the proper agricultural implements 
will tate cq lal portion, of a field or garde, 
which ha. teen prepared alike in all Iti 
parts before planting, and apply watei 
to one portion profuse!/, using the boe 01 
other tilling implements but little, anil iiriga'r 
the other portion but moderately and keep the 
ground free from weeds and the Bur'acc wel 
Btlrred, which will rcou're but little or n. 

ration, and he will Boon discover that tb. 
latter Is by tar the most profitable mode o 

arid soil, but materially on proper tillagt.lha 



wclve year, old, and th» Ilalsam, or Lady's 



5"«",n 



CULTURE OF PH.UII 



'tV it* 111.- I'la'tl' t ' ,'i„'.-..'e.l..i Ivloi'.v'-r "a,, 

'i.'."r."u'l,l'iv o'r liu-" '■.'..'■liC'il: ',',";. ,nhg 1 
luarf f-.u-, t'.'. Wilder said III it he ha 
•nuud tli.- Vict of Wi fi-ld, L.iii..- I!.. 1.11- ,1 
l.r.-y, ll.i;,-l.,i,-,a:,e, 1 I. ,1,.,, „..,., „„, , 

IdapUlio'Itlfa latitude Vb h.sli'ao'! jl'.il ).'i 111, 

liiriJa'd'Ei^'fa^Ffo'fr 

■I 'though th.'y ''might suVvlye' f"ty moV 

x.,,1, ..1,1, ..ou" looking as ,.,i..iil a. ,-.. 
I-...II:.: -."I ci..|,. „niiii..ll), l.-ii- ....„.- 

■ -...I.- at .idly u ot - 1 1..-. >. 



vf&m-d to. These are, 



.-in pnuniluiely I .eh 

-'['i;eiu,a..'o»',' ,J ivi..';l.,|.b.' 



.■'i,'"."i -Z""^S';, ,. K ';;'"„:, 

.'i,9 I i.s ar 'is,, 

'll,e Trim,,], he ,u-'(;r,ii,,r is a 
,. ear, I, of an old paelu ,." i 



b be Rermantown (Pa ) Td, s ra. s h says: 
U u « B*We find that dwarf pear trees arc not ; 



Nevcrtholcs they. 






■if.-iT.-d when root 



therefore, should 



NEATNESS IN THE FLOWER GARDEN. 

Theprincpal cbaracieristic of tbe Dower 



' may"be robbed of t 



r" e sl'o,il7ue d kc « . gri 
Jly-SdMlw'wM™, 1 



; rlants should hive trellises 




I-! -.'..l' :-','. .'l!.' ':.| 






Feeding Calves.— A Groton (N. H.) t 
ispondent of the New England Fumur ivr 
n this subject as follows: 

In lbs spring of 1S59, I raised thirt 



wbete ti.-y can l,.-l|. ih in-i-lu, My , 
areatttpod n the fail .,„„., n.o-noor; 
'I, el look lo lc a day ui.tii th.y go 



TOWN AND COUNTRY LIFE. 



age Our physiology t 



The Sp,DEns ok Ceveon—Ou, 



strict of II,,- l.odi? Tbe,e ,,-,,-, CVyl„„,,» 
'idei "I'b legs that w ,1 ..,.,,„ a, i o:d, „„.,. 

t , I I ' " ' b ' ; '' 



July 2, 1802." 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



THE BELLMAN. 



KIT 



©encral Notices. 



W. F. ANDERSON, M.D., 



encral Notices 






oyal prorliim.it. 0119, 






BY MR; 



©encral Notices. 



UTILE, HUNT & ZITTINQ, 

FURNITURE AND CABINET MAKERS 

AND DEALERS. 

W K ' l|ln ""I"! ''' • '"' ...I nil" '■..i^rt.i.r. 

J. C. LITTLE'S MACHINE AND WORK 
FURNITOKE ANlJ CABINET WORK, 



encral Notices 



HAND m HAND 
ICE CREAM SALOOiV, 

dinxngTeocms. 

ICE CBDAM SALOON, 

wlU. Sttnwrlif, I~ Cn-.m .«d 0.k«; it W. 

DINING ROOMS, 

LIGHT BREAD, BUNS, CRACKERS, 

Iced Soda- Water and lemetade. 



CRIST MILL 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS ! 



CLOSING OTJTI CLOSING OUT! 

©SiM? QiHSteffllKl'iFS 

CASH B U Y ER 3. 

PL™*!* 

LOW FOR CASH, 

Fancy Prints, various grands, 

4 Heavy Jjrowa Slieeting9, 
Hickory and Denims, 
Cottonades and Satinets, 
Bleached, X Bar, and Jaconet Muslinr, 
Irish Linen nnd Linen Sheetings, 
Hosiery, Trimmings, and Notions, 
Ladies' and Oents' Boots nnd Shoes, 
Hardware and. House Trimmings. 

mis, iiir'siiGM, 

Spku,'%btKct>, Imiff, Fruit, ic, tc. 



SOW ©@®i© 

am goods! 

DOMI'.STICS, IIICKOHY, Ac. 

jD VE-STUfTS, 

Crockery, Window Gtnj», G. D. Tap., Brtus 
Krttki, (1 osa Scythes , Itc. , 

MILL SAWS AND FILES. 



IHPOKTiKI 
FARMERS OF DESERET! 

ilWIEI @tL©S!S ©^©SB 

PANTECHNICON. 

iiiiii iiiii 

AND NOTIONS. 



aa\? ®QQQ& 



cheat i .--; i> ix ' i : .in i . -t t s 

CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL &~~LAWEENCK 

MERCHANDIZE, 



Mile HAN DISK 



»qj the Groceries, Hardware, Prints, Sheetings, 
Blue Drills, Tickings, Hickories, 
Denims, flannels, etc.. 

For Bacon, Wheat, Barley, or Oat8. CatK 

K.|.._An.-,.imln J i|. l r, ,, Li* a,.,, k nf LFATMER 



A. BERTELSEN, 



be CLOCK STOEE. 



|K 



20th WARD WEAVING FACTORY. 



O THE LADIES. 

MRS. COLEBROOK 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



MORE DIFFICULTIES EAST. 
From information furnished ui by Mr. 
lickoey, of the Telegraph Office, we learn 



[July 2, 1864. 



The difficulty commenced on Saturday after- I 
noon, in a fight between a omall company of , , 
the United States Otb I«wa Volunteers, under I) 
Lieut. Glenn, and a large number of Sioux 
and Cieyennes, variously reported from four \ 
hundred to a thousand. In that brush, Lieut. 
Glenn lost two men, and the Indiana one, on 
4be field. A company of emigrants were 
afterwards permitted peaceably to pass over 



■,,,.[(■ .1 fin i.Im i i-i.Bt mice Ihat time. 
Col. Collins, in command of the Iowa Vo. 



The operator at the Springs left yesterday ( 



morning, under escort, to repair the wire if 


possible; but, up to going to press, we have 


heard nothing fnrlher. It is hoped that this 


will not bo a lengthened interruptlonof either 


the telegraph or mail. 


Tiis Letter List.— In consequence of the 


interruption of mails on the casfflfn line, and 


a great rush of letters witbia a few days, the 


postmaster publiBb.es a lengthy letter lint in 


to-day's paper. 






tain Mr. B. Thompson belonged to a Lazy 




lows: Any person cnujlit out b«-lori> eijjM 


o'clock In the morning, should be fined live 


dollars. Thompson was caught out one morn- 












ro home, so he sat thero all night. Tbomp- 


pf»n w.is cvctinp.i fln.J elected President of tho 


Chili at 1 Li*; next n-nl.ir meeting. 


LIST OF LETTERS 


R*£«ffi^ 






JJciu ^luuciU&cmciits. 









© ® E £3, 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



' H 713 AND LIB3JITT, 



NO. 2. 


GREAT SALT LAKE CITY 


WEDNESDAY. JULY 9, 1862. 


VOL. Ill, 


REMAKES 


pi.para'ory i!.-|, to the e, j..y i,| r.f the sec '. The .itipulsea r,f r.nr dtlfere,.! iialur.-s pre- 1 von bay,- ,„(r,.„ ,| f, ,.„, tattlers aid tiuev 




and. Those iionioit.,1 t glorifjel beings «ehl an almoal endless tarletj of pursuit, 


lies? Yes. Do a,,,, wish any person lo 




that ii.hetit lug,,.-, eel, -re, mnieis 1 then m ,,and , 1 pr r.~.inli, yet all this Under n 




,„„«„ nTo. d. watt. 


!',",1t 'i.'!!;,!''!.'",'.'!..',"',.,'!' 'i',"t','"" 'iv'-i: I'""*'" !n',,,i1ie,'i '.'.i : ' Iil-'Mnit'ii'-h'" .'.'ii! '1"";,'.;!," 


bo!! r e," b a',',!| V 'po*»e'.s'on«' aVi'd Sire/"™ 'our 




life? 'Do you wish to Be! .h,'",!,. , h.t„\',,'u 
servant, of God in,,,, on, ,1. !,„„„,! .1, rhains, 














tl.attl,-..i„'„',M Hid' I..,'.,,,. ,,!-,, "„'-,,;,: n,,:,..!,,-. -I.l - t'..l.. ...I 'l',vl„,.'..lily.,',,d 






;-..!,,. ..tl- 1 gnoharin, „, n.il.iiu. Inn .,r. ul.l.im ,.,..p..,„, I,,", ,g 




fi"V.' ! . i ". , t" ! u'l.o'r n 'wlie« ™k'eyTan free theif 




.ale a nun bid d.ai'te lor snlle'ri,,;? You will 


liro.' Gcorf c Sims' remarks create,! consid- 


' ' ' ' 1, ,1 1 1 * , 


;:i—t%:"::^^:j:::^;^ 


ie°,'c«'of* hfr-'.V." 'enioy n ibc'm a*.°g'if.»"f V ro"ur 




'il.d b.nv to apply Ihemlnp, ,«!„,, il„.'i:,,..,'l,..i, 


[be he.-, 1." Now bom you and 1 areawaie 


Ih- Lord, acknowledging his hand, offering 


MnnotVe fifed wiM, joy .^i'kuEm lha't i. 


|ios itile ann 1 ol g 1; learning :., .■..mine 


L.niud-i'sia'n'd i!,',s"T„,!". r'";,i.7!!'u,."!:i"i'!e 


h'ea',t.''''i,'eayc'''l'h ' 1 1'ned" u,"'a ,'l i'w ','l'l'pr., 
















i:on i.y a r .us'ant practice of cool judgment 




There is but one step between life and 


am! ,l..|,her.ite thoughts. 




„e"w«nthT."blime i a J n r "'t'be 8 rid,c' u loT' ta We 


I reel cnuiinu.illy lo .ay God bless the peo- 








KeVll Safnf.°whe" i'-ey" rV fathered? "'tlo, 
we gather the fats with the .beep. We 
father people here, and then the most trifling 


sions to peach the gospel, and those who 
are already in their Ii -Ids of labor. Id-she 


| 1 a 1 |ic| ne l' pains, aches, an'd allhcliolis you have already 


to see rig hi ecu nets pie vail, this is my whole 
ddljrht; Ilmcr, Ii r 1 111 


'.'"sse'-"' noloniy'i'l". si'li ! i"a mi' '. "n'l'i ",','w "'i'i 


The time has come for 11s lo begin to glorify 




h',',"l',..''ii',','l,:..l n.iliuns „l Ihe'wiul'l'. 1,'ul „",y 




trary to their wishes, will turn them aside, 
and they will lorsak- their religion and their 
God. I am »o. ry for till.. 
Never f i c ivay lo va n laughter. I have 


or all' i- 1 ion for .inyUiiiig ojily the perfect ion of 


S-r"h,"n-er r bu't' 'in^'.ha"" e° ine'lord 


I e 1 rinlH of the e.nih, and all pteetoos things 


|Sj tantft *°? 2\%^ vZoS 


shall ii.le«im,,i, good ^j ' ^Srs'ers T ^*K " r i 5 1 '^ 


'm'n '^',',|'m'^^d•now7ed ^™"> 1 namr•*'llrao^ 


seldom laughed aloud Tor twentymo, ^thii-ly 








inenad-s and places tor „ci eat, on, and e'.ery- 








■'"l 1 - to a Use ah 1 d-llgtll the he. t I, .11,, 










The time has eoino for us lo put forlh our 


lam often full of joy and gladness, and were 


1 el, 1 1 n | 1 t 1 II 




best efforts to b Ing forth the Zion of God and 








gather all Ihings ill one. even iu Christ-Jesus. 






Uriel kind of blessings. It ,. wntieu, " 1 he 


There is a great variety of talent among 


levity which would be a source of mortihea- 


aid reigns lung of nations as he does king of 


the woild, ami lii.-y Unit dw II therein."' 


this people, but as a people they know but 
little as 10 the uses ol the 110,1,1 in which 


bretbren gave way to that laugh which I 






tl„y live, and the design of God in. its crea- 






llolv.'hol,, holy, is Ihi- Laid of iiOstst'lliJ 


tion. Theie i. not one in amllion of ..»- 






glory „ il,- r„l„. ss of the whole earlh." He 








will give this fulness to the saints. But lite 






REMARKS 




they p.s. from ll„» .I.e. ol a-ma,,' „,.' ,.,. 


and* make c.'iber noisy and boisterous' demon- 


Or President BltifiH.liI V OU.VO, Tnberaicls 




more, and aie apparently forgotten. ThfB in 




May !U, 1891. 




deeidedly the case with the world outside. 


called for, have but little sense, ai.d know not 






and very much so with many ot tbia.peopla 1 
who have been gathered out from !!,- ■ , ,,,l,. 












The",cv-'lal ,l m. James Cumminfs 






Our mortal existence is a school of cxpe- 


road is true. The people, at the lime that 






rience.- Could we Improve evei7ho,,, of ,iur 




ful experience. This is :,„t so mnchso with 






the Lord In the day of their pro pern y, and 


but are ae u .,l „p,.„, anil act Becomingly; ami 


Elders of Israel speak as tbey did this morn- 








a,'qu,h"i..',|' <, >'!,'.h niai'y who we're. Ik™" 




our n.tuial 1, ,-."•». to the organization „r on 


them before ,|,ey went Uiere.and I know they 


in- priest bo with the people. 1 see rcavToiicb 




b dies and spirits, to the ,-h,eet and design -t 


were covetous and filled with greediness. | I 


that the time would c me when the law of 


our existence, and the will of Heaven couce n- 










good things ot this'carlli, which he had ne'e- 




people. A pharisee and a lawyer asked Jesus 


dres°s™s', express themselves as' seeing great 


pared for Hie Stints nt mat day, not any of 






them would have stood. It would l.a.e been 








as Joseph said touie in Kirtl 1, "lit. Ilrig- 








ha.n. if I waa to ieie.,1 lo Una p, ople w 




tbe 1,-jr.i ihi (;.»! « Hli all thy heart, and with rapid adv., inent l...i.i,d tli- t , r 


the Lord ha. reveal, d lo me, there is nut ., 






manor a woman would a ay with me." In 


f'c°w' children comparf li'i ely e^rorlje^Sy 




to relate of constant trials, tl inula -, dilli 


tbe day of prospe ity now the people are slow 






to follow the Lotd. If he were now to bless 




^iki^L*/k!" '*Jed*'££I££™t» 


now pass through, am! gloomy forebodings 


this people with fold and silver, house, and 
a d V™ i "' "mI h S i° DMere'.'or u'tah^ 


St hi c h a°n eaTi?te^ 




of six. -Now, wife, we will allow a hfl; 










aa isli-l with . aeh o 1 it and with ours, lies, 




sniccs, etc. He m'n 

"' ' .ho,.., and on, litlle b y u,i,r,f ha, . ,• a. 

nblstle, and the baby a doll, and you (hall 


be eraced. When I have' a manifestation, 


rec'eiv N ,f"s 'for "oj"lmn''l be it'on'' and 


"Urn," sail one, "Ibis will not do for us; 


t irongb the brethren that speak.tiiat the love of 


advancement, gi, ing ua^much to^, eflect uporr. 


if we are the children of God we must be 


God is planted in their souls, that God rules 
and reigns it, their affections, 1 care nol iihat 


each other. But should o.,r Mies h- ,.to,,l.,l 


?f"% W roufflfmuci,''mria"o,,^ i l'h°a;e''no 


have a new b nnet by and by, and I must have 
a pair of One boote, and a new coat, and .other 
things in keeping, for you know, .wife, I an. 
now getting ten dollara per week, arid by and 


language th.-y make use of to expresB their 






learn. Every vicissitude we pass through is 


all the suiiering heean ben, while passing to 
tits exaltation. It,.., wl.o have Buffered from 




for pr-paiau t, to .nj-j ma; rewatd ivht, It is 










•uffer another moment with tint dreadful 


means. TbiB is a peculiarity 11, the majority 








same thing here. You. say you would ralher 




the gospel, and gitber lie p.i.p,,.. ami tin 


saud years. The a.al.-i s u l,„ have bee hei. 


that day to this, and jet he is troubled with 






hear somelhing else than this. .LiAvouM 
ralher hear Ibis. I am as fai .lUi-rtd in tb« 
gospel and pov.er or God as apff.iyf yon, I 


the same diffidence that others are. troubled 


part why ne are required lo pas, thtoiigh 




fw look upon the image'' of our Fatter and 


a h .ingle ar condt'tio!i of" life tnat'is . t'tiiely ,','n' 


^myl^H^^Ml^ehhlm^htt^cbi, 


fc^lod; there is a divinity in each person male 






church.yet I'need toknon' "m're."' nn'i.l.'i" 


^^y'^^l^l^-^^l^ 




live. So we may s ,y ot f yer-.p s, a, l,,s, 


is necessary, however, Ibat you should, learn 






and diseases of e,-,, kmd to 1,1,1,1, th- l,„- 




and it ii the human that shrinks In the pres- 








to one p e, ^°; i ivc ; s [h ^ an j tk ^ i'>' [ a a " i ° l 1 1 ;^ 


Nauveo Saints whether they oyer want to 










is coming, and be ready to receive that which 


manFearinc ei.iiit, audi is all 1 liere is ol it. 
Manv public lecturers, by faithful application 


, „r there , innot L, f u, d i- c tl, it are 


live. I am satisfied lllere is not one of them 


organ e.-.l alike, yet lie all belong In the one 








great hum n family, have .prong ti.uii u „ 






lie speaking, have overcome to a great de- 


source, and are organized to inherit eternal 


Again, I as!.- brethren who have come 


d. Clare that they cannot pay Iheir eiingral.o., 


gree what Is usua ly called a manfearing 


life. There are no tivo faces alike, no Iwo 


rrom the dill rent nations of the earth, who 


expeueea, and cannot give apytbi/ig to brine 


"'""'' 1 V 




have there suffered hunger, nakedness, cold, 


their riiende? You could, if ,01, bad a ,],-■ 




ditl-reat nana 1 tl ■■ ii orlJ, and have been 


and oppression, are you «a isfied with what 


position to Iry. U-e jost enough o[ your 




raised in diff-rent climates, < ducated and tra- 






kingdom of our Father and God. They are the 


ditioncd in different and in many instances in 


fhe U sam'e^nthna™ls'n.l'. 1 iVin'k'yoii ale."" I 








have seen the time that I had not food to 




Jesus Christ, of the same family and descent. 




satisfy the craving of my nature, and I have 


ten men in Ibe Territory 01 in this State. '1 


My best effortB are teo feeble to portray 


our p l|. ore, f.-rbcarunie, charity, and good 


suffered enough in this line of suffering. I 


feed and clothe mollitudes of men. women and 

ihildr, ■n-.'.nd 1 like the man lhai gets me in 


before you the north of the life we now pos- 
Bess. Probably there is not a single person 


will, it, short, up ,n all the higher and God- 
like qua!,;!,- „, „„! nature, for we are requir- 


know what it is to be hungry, and need not 






upon the earth that properly magnifies hia 


ed by our holy r. Iig.on lo he one „, our f.iilb 
(-.ling., am sentiments nrrta rung to things 
■f time and .eternity, and In all our earthly 




calculation and management, and is preparing 




himself to be useful, and to have something in 




ssrytokeep any body warm. Many of you 


his hands lo ase and to devote to noble pur. 


"cr? tur.can'V!roduced 1 Ihowir'no R "ll°. 


n," up'e'Ahe kingdom of GodVi'th". la.t day's" 




poses. But I pay men nice, ten, twelve, and 




rS^niS ''StiV^d^mHerHlH 


Our work is to bring forth Zion and produce 




year comes to a close Ibey art 'owing me hun- 
dred, of dollare, when, if tbey bed msn.Jed 


tbe kingd-m of God in its perfection and 


false brethren, which Is the most hateful 


w£ °Tb!"&lti life" mulfbe V Mgni«etl li"l 


beauty upon the earth. 


thing of all. Are you aatisned with whit 


properly, there would kaie. b«l a large ctcdis 



10 



!THS DESERET NEW! 



[Jblt 9, 186H. 



saclaesqf men here ; upon them that will perph. them Other signal for forcing the procession attbe Court 

.hall will lpoit - poor in.-n uanlayokeof cattle, an I must House, and in a few minutea afterwards, Col. 

.... », .-- -,, - y do not wish anybody have ""best yoke tb.l ; It. T. Burton, MajorB J. Sharn and Andrew 

bci?" Vou"b7d b'e°. r .er° bV'.bort «SSj,*Ki ! Sri S-M I !-." KB doll & I iffiS Cunningham, .be Marshal, of lb. d-y, bad 

whole of you that wiab to apostatize and go 'they must lure a man to dii.c the team and .the procession formed in the following order: 

off, for >ou cannot leav. the country with 'the hir.d ma., goes to the kanyon with the The Nauvoo Brass Band, with Captain W. 

your debts unpaid. The better way is to keep ] model team and w gon and return, home I 

JC./."....*^ AuimM o, Cavalry, Captain H. P. 

Xor.change, and Ibcv want to raise stock, uno,l,' "O, it i. yel in Hie ka„),,n." Kimball. 

or possess a farm in Weber or (' . l„- t '■■■'•■> • "» l "' rfl ' w ave I houghl'i Ilorgotit, Battalion of Artillery, Major 3. G. Ladd. 



a bj.no by, i 






I Ey'thej'tome'bark'.l.'i'l "•„ "" 






1 were'wr°ll j "iv.lh'u 



dollar and fill) 



hi Carriage*:— The Committee of Arrange 
«ents-W. Clayton, J. C. Little, Theo. Mc 
Ce.n, E. lte.se and N. H. Felt, Esqs. 

AeliiiK-lioveriior and Secretary of the Ter 



Hie l.allei liavSah, Is. The heavens Ai.im e („.;el het a,„f devote them to God, 

tobegrrtc one, and arc readylo elied lotlbatl il,e lily and |,,t,,lv the,,, and )ir. jir, 

Meanings be,,. en and e.rtl, can Uesl.m on the enter into lie kingdom oF h.aveu. uuiu aim 0veI 

Saints, as Boon as we can receive t'.ein nnd ailver, houses ami land-, and eveiy thing 

make USB of them to the glory or God. poaseased by the Stints will be pur.li.-d and , *-"'■ 

If we do not first learn the little things, wo cleansed hy Hie power of God, a d prepared 

cannot beam the greater tin,, i;,. "lie ihal. n. [„r inli, il.e new Jerus.lern when the 

I.,, il n thai which la least, la faithful .Iso earlh is aauctilied. We have to learn to 

I 

■•■■ '■-■ < I'llllul 111 1 elileou-i 11,111. 1 ,|,.,„|. all ... i|„ |,„i|.| ;■ „> 1,,., I.,,,.. 



II. C. Kimball 



Company, and J. B. Kimball, 



who fear Thee and keep tby 
We dedicate ourselves unto Ti 
of Jesus Christ: Amen. 
John T. Caine, Esq., read 



The Nauvoo Brass Band played "Cheers!' 
nd "Hail Columbia," and Col. Burton intro. 
need the Hon. Geo. A. rmith, who delivered 



devoted to doing good aome 
war. We are «fi depend 



Federal Officers, Terri- 
torial 0,'hcera, Orator, Chaplain and Reader 
of the Declaration of Independence, Invied 
Guests, County Officers, Cty Officers and 
Furnishing Committee— Alonzo H. Raleigh, 
El jah F. Sheets and Isaac Groo, E.qB. 

The MartialBand.Captain D.B.Huntington. 

Detachment of Infantry, Col. D. J. Ross. 

The Procession moved along Second Soutt 



?■'„,:„! 

while , 

ilding up of his kingdom upon 
the riches of this world will do 



blEtUifftmifclhBam! 



ead by Col. Caine on the pre- 
and so ably recited by the. 

,.mbled, warm sympathy and 
vere then assumed and inain- 



emember d by I 
ncere and heartf 
i y Father, for I 



. mi a. HI pay , 



I will give 

.oitng lad said, "if 
rs a day, I think I , 
Toe piinclple of ' 



...dependence. -»y »pr., 

eactualitieaof . fra- «» of the 
,ad, , hat daily car ies ™r- : 



ie of all ages, who thronged the side- very clearly tbat in a great many instance, 
iveour eitv on th. ev.„if„l dav a " he " lna " k ' 1 " 1 have broken the bonds of 
> tyranny by revolution, or by a me other great 

.maun- ^£^^0^^^ 

'^"i 



vn foolishness. This is the 

nong the Europe n nations. When any 

em ihro-v . ff the fetters with which tb, 



f pantaloons; he might r 



la procession, the Bowery was , forging still stronger ones; this is through, 
/minutes without the slightest their ignorance and the skill of deaLning 
p.r.onal annoyanc •, and the men, and thia the. continue to do until they 



poverty, hemight be paid more than ho earned, 
-and .till be needy. • 1 am gelting three dollars 



SK6 



ut. a hat .hop ,o buy , 
He said to M>. M rill. 



that fitted the young man, marked it, and pu, 
it by. In two week, the young man callec 
for bus hat, when the halt r reached down ih, 

1. the bat I waul; wlia> is the price?" ''fI* 
dollar.." H« pa.d five d liar, for a thre, 
doll.r hat, and waa peifecllv satisfied. That 
Is the case wita hundieds of my brethren 



ileilgeof "live., fortuea.and 


thousands being seat d, Ballo's Band playe 
—"The Mar Spanned B inner." 

The Chaplain of the day, Elder John Tajl 
then offered the following 


misery of others can never be 
y to an upright man, and th- 
ieces of a once undivided and 
n cannot be viewed without 


God the E'ernal Father, we aak Thee, 

upon theaaaembla^eof lliy people enliven 
here ■ n Ibis occasion. Thou, God, art I 
G.eat Itul.r or the universe and, c ritrolli 
the affairs of the nations according to t 



whis.eringa of His 



s. and happy ar. they 
e day of His power, to 
to follow 



three dollar and a fi.e dollar hat. I do not <be rebellious will be ca 
wish to tan alise any one') feeling , tuoug , I, piece, as a potsherd : 
know th.t I often u.e extreme cases iu com- „, ri , h ,,„„ . P»" n « a . ' 
.„;„„. periBh from before Him. 

VT.1l.ve had to feed, clothe, and find house | To lhe imputable hatre 
room, ft. wool, etc., for quite . n mber of to the parental kindnee. ol 
people in this community. The first place we tor and Overruling Provid, 

!o^ P k!V.Vls™V!fB.e«,\Vth."3^""d a ''' 1 '"' "" Moi,M « i " 1 "»' 

wetrougot that plac, it. .'t„ ii pi epared j blessings. With the conv 

it for the poor to live in. We .pp.iiited Dr. ■■''< I , ; I ,t>ution, bo faithfully 

Doremos to take care of tha- housr ■• 

we get .uyoneto occupy It." N( 
yon will b nld us a house close by th 



this not. bout so, Bishops? ["Vo, 
Unless a Bishop will suffer htm. 
I ,le.l I.) those whon.edhiaaid, 
have his charity. Thia, I 1 



fo'ap' 



,emica of righteou 
■aaling, and with , 
the Most High 



vertaken lhe 
of obligation 



iona, organization irrespective of 



dedicae on selves and all our sjuare miles, and the population iiad in- 

ie. We are in Thy hands— I creased from Ihiee mill 

Cny hands, and all the nations | the atrenath, the power and wealth increasing 



il.Tv 



:.".", i!'',': v 

light of Toy 



gioaa darkness I 
Thou did t revc, 



offer Thee our gral„„«, 

■i.joj in these mountains, state of atfaii 

-oily of corrupt!. 



pray that we may never prove r.crcantt, lhe 
truth, may ever be worthy to enjoy the rights 

of the land. Bless the President enf the 
United States and his Cabinet and whisper 
unto them lhe course or action that will be 
acceptable before Thee. BlesB the Gove, nors 

Congres's* and granViiiuo I hem wisdom" and i^f- 

aml I,,,,,!, II, v |„.„[ile that amidat all the 



perhaps twenty tho sand of ihcirTmob'erl or 
rendered those of that uumner whom th.} 

nan to interfere Mti 
Btea I of attend- I 

a ctuel letribu- a^B 
hen it will, nd. ^F 



r begin? Where did 



W'^S^J^ 



Jolt 9, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



tbe United Stat 



ate of Mis- 

■ ... . 



c not popular. It was as Gov mot 

I 

'' I l' ', I ' I I |1 



e^be'taken co prevent it. By ami by this 
dibing Incine a scleral praciice, and in 

u,,. ..I i lie So in Stales it was winked at 

d.'also by lite Nor ,"<> thai any ui.pnpu- 

i people ei.nld In. tiampleddown ID violation 

ot, and it was only four or five ioarB after- 



losses »l 


ich tli-y 


;,'T",'"." V 


; 


:;■ 


1 '' 

many of 


.i, no,,, it. 




Tl,r 1,1.1b 


!,., In..; . 












aerintM 


i ,i , .',',, 


d"s t tr f an'ger d 


'n, ., ' 


ih! 


After t 










,,,;'„„ a. 








or ii„. '. 

11)1. If...- 


Ir.lSi.ite., 

,e .to! |,,„. 


dlling „ r 


■'■• '". 


to 






I ' 


a to the a 




gjjS 








uld 






ib. «... 






received I 


















asked for 








hey 


Congre.a 


„','; ",'., 


ppl, .... , 


was load 





, ,,;iii proper in ui 



find? Why, a few months before tbe ( 

Sioo I'loo, IN, , they made If! ,1,0 



Therefore leaving their smoking builoiugs 
Ueeerf, and the direst nceessity having com- 

sxs west" ope ° up ,o " vil ' za " on ,hc 

They had previously published the first 

dmSkWeulhKf 'Ot wheat and 'fruit there] 

first city in the State; they worked' the first 
great read, across the Slate of low ,, bridging 



f "*»',■ Oalitofl 



at was inlilcted by 



bless ngs ot pel 
ere denied by tl 
:, their country w 



bis io Ib.'ii purily. U'e have ivoiy reas, 
) rejoice in the blessings of tbe God 

Now, my frienda, if we were now Io at. 
"Missouri, vtfiat ..oul.lbedo, 



with us? (Prest. B. 

lone been ) I, ,., bad 'h „l 



pies of liber 



Lstu 



tllsg 



i'oii.:bl aiol bl.d lur, io bispiealh unto us. 
May the blessings of liberlj eternally I 

plaudits of the assemblage, tbe Martial Ba, 
struck up "Yankee Doodle." 



I Dal 



! FOURTH OF 
1862. 



Why, Ihe «h"le nal, on lie. 
most every part of it began 



of our Prophet 
bitter cup tb'ey 1 






Mr. Joseph Romney delive 

BUNDS AHD FELIOW ClTI 

Tbe morn of the eighty-s 



o£ lyri 



, darkly 
mighty 



'"on the 4th of Julv, 1776, a small bond of 
arncBt manner of true pair ots, bosom-lit tbe 
' l '' SSine , ? „ behalf ffT.tre'glin" plo'lle""!' 
ongto be y reTn.m"e% , drw'hen"pro r . a id e e7ce, 1 "in 

i'gh'ls! Tbe traditions of thirty «J'» J.Mhj j 

logmas of time had, with age, grown 
I'TSTmerlca^bdongstte high 'ij""^ ™- 

l„. f.,il„.i,.u: American lib. rtyis attributable 
be dawa and noon-day splendor of freedom) 



\:'s:v;, 



,, ,„ ,., ■ i„ l-'ob., i-,;:,, | 

determined lo enforce itsla.-s, and in April 
the battle of Lexington W.B fought and wai 

"'congress,' filled with the noblcat of oil 

feeli,,g»-the lo.ool , ry, and seeing lloil 

while hey acknowledged Iheioeelvos Hie sub 

as such were b'oked upon by European pow 

free and in.lepennent. It was indeed a veil 



traitors But boldly arising in the might an 



,7io-,'of'\he' , o,o 1 ,a't,'!al .''I'a'.'i 



11,,,. from the lime ot Ihe ,.,!,■.!,., ,. add,. 
I'ai'olh nnl I; I ililolhe casual ej 

the r.,[0d f\to,o.io„ ,d' t,,,,,o,v, He; .ne'es- 

1 \H P S:£?'o3f.; 

power. The laws -Hi e most liberal in II 
world, wer- nol dispensed in their form- 

!.''lueil,e"i:,i,d,'l,g ',|des of 1 1, e , „ bis, ,1, 

l|,e people following ■ -it footsteps, lo 

II I I I I 1 V I I I 

As time rolled on, it became impossible I 



lams of combatai 



,d, will again dispense their 

,T °oV,™r«Ionf e ihofp r 'le h au- 

ii let '.""ihe divine radi- 

Spun, ;.,.d. in adoration ot bU 

iii ra »"r. o ,'y,":f G d o a d y bie. l s g ,h": 



LIFE AND LIBERTY. 



bit ion, while i ho glowing liros of genius hava 

liny, passing to fioslerity ibe tiibute or ,,„. 
dying worship, for the master i.piiiH who 

played in the pregnant ,.a „1 lion lime,! 

In Btrlct acoulanee with llo- inductions „f 
religious logic, the great Ruler of the Uni- 
,.,.. ],... I.e., r u ,u,ltul of the hour and 

Btlnctive'ly think of Luther and tbe Reforma- 
tion in the lb h century, as we do of Joseph 
Smith and the restoration of Ibe gospel 111 Ihe 
10th; while politically, we, by association in 

Roi.inlheads entering upoi 

ly protest '- 
l,t, and ueurpafon 



- ■ 






'„,!::. ,■":.'. 



unded to tbe oppressed ot: 
aTd' C ^,'o°u?"; ,, . 



e to gulf and fro,. 
• Hunebold words' 



ad; men, we -a, •, id , 



'"e'dfor tb'e°tr 8 e r "' S °a 



^•™lP|°h Sif'jteEf.',' 



light of uninspired muse, in a series of years 



, Washington; may >■ 



:.,:/.'".'..; 



THE DESERET NEWS. 






m,. 



OOTING AFFAIR. I 
T.-MriVimlM 



A CARELESS SIIOOTINO AFFAIR. | DEATH BY "UNOXYDATED" LEAD. NEW MAIL ROUTES. 

Eastern MaiTToacb l.rougbt in on By letter from Hon J. M. Bernbiacl, w. arc 
lay evening, tile body of Del B ill. ', info ,1 UiatCc.gr. ss I,.,,, ,i„ r ii. e Uie preaenl 

lined to do, probably, to add somo the evening preriou., »/ ftr.GreenleaJ, who From rpfingville, in Utah County, via 



EL1A8 SMITH „. EDITOB AMD PUBLISHER j prepared and pet uj> a mark, wi 

MediKSciay, July », •8«2.:^ h """ 1 ' ^"'^Jf ^""J™ 

tbeWo'ck.' Akhough Infer 

who was paesing, tbat it 



ing," j By a letter from oor esteemed friend, Judge 
n re- Carter, under date of the 2d inat., we are in- 
nner, formed that one John Higgins had been ar- 
ither rested, in Creen River county, on a charge of 
nan larceny, and on trial, had been found guilty 



ng and sentenced I 



faer.ington County. 

From Denver City, Colorado Territory to 
rovo, Utah Territory. 



•layeeince, in whirh lie gave a very grapl 

'eye witneas,' illustrative of the daring of ■ 
'Mountain uoye' who arc serving on the Ov 



Tii. y I. i.l not proceeded fi 
vjb discovered on tli« oppo 

tre.lin, and ,V.ij..i S I,, [.„.. 



papers, pla 



t passed through 



rget j The sipie! of the stoly shows that, on the [ 
■ ad- way from Fort Btidger, by stage, Mr. Green- | 
rar- Teal's prisoner, Higgins was recognized by , 



ightero! prison 
Thoa. McLcllmd, who waa playing with being i 
other children in Mr. J. Alger's door yard Grcenl 



The Post office department will probably 
.dv rtise for proposals for sorvi e on lha 

l -on-, r ,°s l, s ei 'a,,d w'he a " er "" ^J """"™' ° ! 



;re examining it. The body was brought in by Greenlcaf and 
.he ball striking delivered over to the Warden, who would not 
ugh one thigh, 'leceive it as the body of Higgins, but as the 

n thepociet of an appropriate place, but not in the Cily 

would have pro- CHANGE OF THE EASTERN" MAIL 

ROUTE, 
ml':', "T'!.a d Tb " government has authorized the con- 



Creek through Bridger'sPaW, by Medic 
lio.v Butte to Cache la Pdudre, where 
| will inteisect the rou e from De.ve'r to Jul 
bu g, about s xty miles to tile north of Denv 
this change of route 

ugh South Pass City, 






ug Po! 



FURTHER EFFECTS OF THE FLOOD.] 
the IribnlarieToT the Jo dan having 



ACCIDENTAL BUT UNBEARABLE. 
As the Fillmore maiTcoach was crosshi] 
mer can Fork river, on Thursday last, th' 
magewaiupact and th, bags contain!,,. 

mcr-..'l"',| 8 'l' , ?'' r: ' '"*.'' " C " mi """°"' 

thoroughly .stunted and macerate"*! 



ad completely as was possible for an 



pas, j '• SO "IT i 



rge portion of the Cherokee ! o! th " corporation, west of Governor Your 



,„ West streets, which 
llK public till the bridge! 



vod back to their camp, having rode about | <1 " ircd - 

ire. hundred mil... „ it |, lbe , 0SJ , om I The upeet'ing of the coach mi 



te"^dbo."fe. 
p'aced, if 



B»tnember the WOOD, WOOL, »»d HAY. 'unbei 



e ramc tly hop. 
ughbyitadilncii. 
ir.dgcmentii.pr, 



nilitary style, „, 
•d and executed 
rss lime than it 



has recently been buill 
Upper Ford, aner which 



Salt Lake and the Missouri of ] 



July 9, 1861] 



EASTERN ITEMS. 
The Eastern Overland co.icb, after arriving 



THE DESER ET NEWS. 

MISCELLANEOUS WAR NEWS. j unlucky biped is tllo "Woolley horec,"m mill- 
en Dixretu,nedTo~Norfolkon the Ml. '"/" , ), t ™ ...... ., 



,w Riven, Clc 



pi ..visions 111,1 ll„. ,.,„.,„). in g.eat force in his 
THE GREAT BATTLE BEFORE RICH- 



I)ll,-,nf lliiuibold'.w.ls chosen prc-i- 
lohn Sweet, of San Francisco, »•■ 



armed them that thcro was plenty 
Mining in California, according to 



nil. were Hocking to the c ipll 



ry still hangs over affaire befo 
, The Government has inter.li 
nission of news from Washingt. 



Maine.!, I lio Chincae having added largely t 

Gen. Benjamin Alvord, formerly pavmflBtc 
it Vaneouvcr.haa 
of the mili'ary del 



.mucin,,. 



byt 



■ Ore; 



i Ilk. I.) : 
one, by a 



The city officers of Norfolk, bavin: utterly 
feile, Military Governor, issued an order d( 



The Wllla 

feet above high « 



Portia 



led the bri.lge. It was subsequently s 
Beauregard, Hint the Federal fore 
!ri back from Holly Springs. 



LATE -I' FROM THE TACIFIC. 



!„„.tita„;„cfa 



The I/iiion thinks | , 
■ were known, ther 



i still an upward ten- 
cy. 
DROWNED MAN RESUSCITATED. 

ig in one of the sloughs west of tho city, 

or. The lads watched awhile for him to 
ic up, but as he did not, they commrnced 



It is reported that i, 
trkansas, there are fo 
od only a few hundri 



ng eastward j Tils 



Jn fi ig the body, they immediately loo 

nit and commenced rolling it vigorously < 
.ground, rubbing it as scientifically as s 
ny llsoilnpijiis. Tho water Mowed fiee' 



published in the M .bile ffeuu, a statement has . ften ben [ 
Ide ying the truth of Gen. Pope's report, and j It is made t< 
I averring tha> not to exceed two hundred p.u- been of ire,,.,,.,,! 

oners were taken. II; speaks of his loss by ' fofnia Vuluul. ... 



.how signs of life, after which 
g b fore be was so far revived 
able to sit up. The boy. con- 



tCii,cin„at,,Junel7th,!ightning b „t trial,, 
factory connected with an ex- 0n the 
warehou e, passed through 
konc of the stills, causing 
explosion. The burning I 



[least demoralize,! c°o,ps, forly desert on, are j ti'ic'i,.,',!,' ..f the drowned man was ascer- 
,, as some reported since its organization About bair talnccl to be Aichibald McNeil. He will not 
omacon- of the runaways, says the Slo kton hdtpen- be yery nkely to forget th- occurrence very 



ANOTHER DEATH BY DROWNING. 
On Monday the 7th inst., Robert C , eon o 
Kowi.ed under the following circumstance, 



by the Q00J3 
he" opening of 



.-n exceedingly great, p.-rtie, 
Foinrylvania and Maryla 
: monthB of May and Juno 



lestroyed. Three in. n were killed anu.be rest Van Yoast of the Ninth Infantry, Judge . 
aken prisoners. Gen. Kim cy, Majors Sharp cat', was held at Camp Halleck, 3'ocklon, by 
n.dPride, and Capt.McCall, of Gen. Grant's order of Gen. Wright, on the 21s' of Jul 
italf, were among the captives. [when seven soldiers, and nine on the Mond 

It was reported at Memphis, about the following wee tried, all for desertion. T 
ll.hof June, that Generals Bragg and Pillow, 'decisions had n t transpired, ami cou'd « 
.vi- -cat Vi.ksborg, with thirty thousand men, be made public till approved by Gene! 
iicl.nliiig nearly all of Beauregard's army that Wright. It was believed that capital punis 
,a.l not been ordered to Richmond. ment would not be maided in any case, a 

Guerrrlla bands are represented as infest- that in mercy they would be sent to F. 
ng MiBSouri in great numbers. On the g'jlli A'catra/, to .il.'.r wi'ti ball and chain diiri 

acked a detachment of Federal troops at j* The Big Tree route, by which the Salt La 



or twelve feet deep 



.rty on the craning oj the Foi 



Mr. Knutson, address 



r to that held by Gen. Pope. An ^.redrawn up in position four deep in froo [ Unr name has no! transpired. 



14 


THE DEBS RET HEWS. 


[Jblt 9, 1882. 


,c........ ».-,.*. >'l 


Happy ar. lb. People under that V"™* 
ment In which they confide, under those 


On reBomlnr his nat hi wn warmly ap- is to apply the manure more directly to grail 
„i-..^-.i than as fonneilylo prain. The immediate 

'rot ,Y„.n„ delivered., hurt .ddres. result of i,„ m a nished en p of 

Co.ernor \oung delivered a snort .uoress, n m| „ a „ dll , ,„„,, j ,„ c ome from 
and was followed by Wm. Clayton, Ear,., f, , (i ,„ , 'jsar or two, but the res, 1. ma 


the ravlshins power of eloquence, and the 
glowing flowers of rhetoric have each in turn 
been offered on the altars of patriotism anil in 


ruleri whom they can sincerely trust, whose 
judges are above suspicion and jrproach. 






Sup. Doty, and Fred. Cook, Esq., wbo vx- ye.rs is the increased If, 1 il.t of the . il, and 


bot'r 'odYl '""" 8 a "" iv " Ba ' le " °' ""' b ™"'~ 

Of European birth, and with some idea of 

freely stale that though native Americans may 


prohibits the untrammeled exercise of an 
;u',.\.M;-l,'., N ever'%."." B but l »bt™ib^w7ckeu 


pressed -heir unity of feeling with the people coii.c ,.«.., « c »c»«; ' ^VUi,^, 
In celebrating the great day or tue naiiei, ,,,„ na , b „„ biougbt about partly by their 


tb'e''len\n e0 and m b a '"alb° of"". 'an°d° B ib°ere 


birtb. A. . esiimale of the value of Ibe grass cop by 

■■■">'< " !l "'""" , ^ ! " , ' ■•-' =f-ncrop. Th. 


w,''.l !„■ ,. ...St amount of genuine union 


the latter .peakers were very brief; but the relative ii.poit , „,.,,„ ,„j fra , s „, 


nualilles of their sirM,"ai»l place them upon 




points of their addre-ses, expie-Bllig the hope ' r )*]"" lt ",[, ' ,"!^ ",*u'*"m m t lu"^ " 


free" to* bel'ieve', ay will" there be 'the una- 


that Territorial Uta i would spe.-dil. he i.„- .j',',',',',,,. „; ,'; ,s , 1,'k, , s tliTimpVovemtnt 


mand, there is, throughout that continent and 


nimity which cbaa.terir.es the people of 




the adjacent islands, .1 steady current, which. 


this Territory. We would only cherish 


applauded by the people. Ther.dore the manure should be ap: lied to 


••lb..„ghn,u 1 1. is not leas deep" of rever- 
ential »ir-. lion fur the lathers and founders 


the hope thst as Hie days of our responsi- 
bility are gliding toward us with increased 

r.ip idi iv, II,- using gcnralion, male amUe.- 

the law of rigbt.lhe principles of true libert , 


.,., ,., , , ,\, r ,„, , „., „ „,„!„,.,, tie hei.efr id lln- massehnlly Those who 
The Chaplain, a. lalf-pst twelve o clock, raise w||pat „.,„ , l.^ir masmre at tb. 




dismissed the assembly with Ins bened ctndi, tune of sine, i,g and i , sr the purines, to the 


wisdom and sagacity (with the blessing of 


and with the characteristic order of the i ro- vtv highest advautace of the succeeding 


I..-..V.-I. ) ,, this land; it is this apprecia- 


pie, the congregated thus ,,iii.-lly se,,.,,. !si-s^ Wl.e.e J"'"^» [V '" o'j^'ib] "Tt th. 


liow ".'immigration, 1 aTd"wWch'can\e P feltby 


lie" that unitedly (""a "second Hercu"..') tb'y 




^,,dV»V..'n;.-\uu'^L'ni,'u;M'.''i.''nd.. t " v. '.'it' 


ignorance and wrung, but that they will be 
able, With the blessing ami power of the 


airs, and the artillery again thundered fori h „„,, a heavy growth of grass fed offby 


.2 ' bo e B |ouded"t C hc .tar of American rea°" 


THE IDKcntotr. |Reed, A.ueiiia, Dutchess county. -ICuiul.', 








linjif'B nf uiyiirids l>li(,'.i(ed, yet it is instinct- 


,'oi.ui','m.-i','l o'f "he accumulated coirnplion 


On the invitation of His Honor, Mayor 


he.i Uliereky wicked am designing inn 

unit IIiiih purify the elements which suirouiiii 


Smoot, the Officials of the State, Territory, MANAGEMENT OF THE BLACK- 


Conn.; and City, together with a number „r| bE ™- 


oome, anil that the day ot deliverance will 




Invited Guess, partook of a luncheon int At the late mealing .f the Illinois Hortl- 


; T.' >■>«" »l'0» 'li« nations, ami tbc eonga oE 




the Globe, at 2 o'clock. A very pleasant, cultural Soruiv. ('. Jien.it, of lial tie Creek, 






social hour of cllil- dial u is after »■ „ ,1 ... I l| "" ■ «' nil 1"' i! " ! 1 ■-• '■ v-i v siice-slul with 


The atereotypf-,1 (.In .< m-.'m -i n .1 net iniiin ..■!' 


mationofthed'esfgns la of"pVov7dVnce, C °be"s°el 


,. . , , , ' the f.e It,,, l,.u|,.~ lia.l an acieof the|dan r s 
whtch was much enli.cned by » 


)fH$',«S 


esTniunbe'rl 6 " at "" haPpi ° M ' °' "" 6t!< "' 


from Ballo's Brass Bnl. 

THS BALL. . |shnOt». wli | 




rim C bu aV tl,e". C 'i',,t.f' a T,dne.°s n |al°,!i'lies"l,e 


The committee of an angements completed rar thisl on tlie side to- 




song of joy is seemly beard, in'ilic mental 






panorama we can piclurc the glory or the 




heart and n7nXr°on' bat'ma'vllou.'.cciiery 


past, we can tbink of Washington and Jeffer- 

s ,.i Patrick llenrv an 1 Fiatiklin, ol I.ee 


many of our citizen, as could be comfortably 1^° "iVa'a l' '" 's ', ' "", ,' "'.lal.t'd"" i "» S . 


which opened with the Bailing of the May- 


and Baidolpb, of Pendleton and face and we 


convened in that fine building. ' apart, ai d e,iliie. l !,.,i 'each wav. They are 


glorTo.is CoifsUlution,'* a"nd"" ! our"cbar°r°e , d 


are startled from our rcvery, we bave lost the 
dream of their stately step, the music of their 
earnest voice, and the dignity , f their pres- 

ism'a'nd Klin ""honest"'" Ihm mKc1o°'" 


From early morning of the Fourth till naked in spring. "Before laying down in 
the termination of the ceremonie. of the autumn, I cut off .he main 
day, we bad the honor of sharing in ^^^£^*%l*££jg* 
the courtesie. extended by our wo tby Where there is no enow, I would cover the 


formed often thousand sections, joined to- 


statesmanship and clectniying eloijueiice are 
among the lllinge th.t weiel Sacrilegious 
hands bave grasped the vessels of the temple 
and we see their graves dishonored, their flag 


Mayor and the City Council, in honor of the stalk. Last spring when I got ready to plow. 
Fourth of July, and we believe we do but l e ' 


vidual importance, and perfectly realize and 


insulted, their truBt betrayed, the Bpiri of 


past, that every thine pertaining to national 
ui im 11 ,ih individual life is governed by silent 

'.up; v,. Usee' tninui.illv accustomed o ir- 


p.iliiu'usii, well mgli cxtiict, the voice of free- 
tbe great American eagle, which soared in 
noonday sun.' now lags chained, '(P.ome'- 


regret. Every man in authi rity was at his crop was es. imated at troiii 100 I i i , 
post and discharged hi. duty, preserving ' a ^ ^" am f'^Z "an. "".'.nV u'e"" t" 0- .! •' 

order everywhere and contributing to the L,,.,.,^ „„ V „;,,-;;; '^Jo ^bi. 

general entertainment of tile whole. We have stalks in a lull aie enough. I sell the sproul. 


tentates In the oniveflttj IB. "rankee"— foe 






master of creation— and the almighty dollar, 
these have constituted our Alpha and Oo.aga, 
those have been the LnrdB we worshipped, 
wehavMgnor.dtte Great Ruhr, repudiated 


vitalB, while crowned cormorants wait but for 

di-idethesp ils. The Philestinc re 
Samsonl They h :vo bound thee with green 
» , hoodwinked thee with the stars and 

the moral courage to exclaim, Oh, Lord, how 
long; Oh, L rd, how long! 

Btieets.tbc nohtical traitor shall en tnhisnwn 


ing the Fourth in the Mountains, where they 
beard nothing to offend the most delicate ear, 
or witnessed anything but peace, .obriety 


the groulld" l"nl'ched""» a ilh "cut' cofmrtalk.' 
which wa. an improvement. My soil is a 
gravelly sand with loam, sub-soil gravelly 
and open, but not leachy. Tie berries were 
uniform in .ize, except in the last of the .ea- 

80 NoviceB .hould under.tand that summer 

|uu nun: is ii at instances easential to buc- 


laid asbis the principles that'made our revo- 


and innocent i ejoicing. 

May God bless the people and their rulers in 
our Mountain Home, that peace, joy, and un- 


•i ilhful life have 1 i, bid by the g'are of ex- 
pediency and custom, treason has ll urisbed In 


alloyed happines. may ever be their charac- 


c ss, that is, pinching off the leading slem 
when J i,.„ 4 feet high ,, t.. induce the growth 
oil, if lb." . cxtel'id fal-lhe ob : eci e bei"' :h |o 


is^S? ?? ^® £sSSE^H SI Jicil 


A ®®\&il; T tonk\ 


P' ice thai short stubby gro°wth C whlch De bes° 


^valley Vh?im«ia"iofa°nd "the shadow of 


name blotted out, all who have' sold their 
birthright shall become as chaff and t'.e land 


' ^ * 


pirtly Bonn, afllVadeu wIlhSeirMj anathia 

fh'lo.o 1 ' Pr '""", e " 1" lh,! " a " ic I'" me [de, al- 
[CsSry'GentL^: 6 '" '"* ' *' 1 '- 


the biVlhrig'htis^eTasUi^Tndthe'ruir must 
pi.s to other band., who h ill n ii II the sceo- 
ter In righteousness, and guarantee to every 


downtrodden of the eaith again hi' up their 
liead-.w luli- inyiia.ls .,1 the hon- st „f every i.a- 


APPLICATION OF MANURE. 








s?B«HH! 


-' -n an .nl shall h and bear their 


There seemB to be a good deal of diversity 


I "i Ibe benefits arising fftnii Hi. 


J|M''W, ibe sails of our commerce shall 




useof a dressing or salt for turnips. La.t 


wll'rexaVs'na"^"^'* "^*'" 6 ' 1 "''" i "'"^'" 




year to apply manures. Such earnest ad. oca- 


I ' wateied tbemlwo o° "' ™" °" " cabba e". 


rftue'tr".'°soall'be%°"^^ 


ey of opposite opinion.,! many of which are 
the results of experience, shone tha. the time 


with salt water, which contained about lif. 




of the appl cation of manure is not of essen- 


teen gram, .f salt o the p „t. The cabbag. 






tial importance. I think the; vital point ,», 


wbiTe those wbkb a hld e no'.a"t V " y *' 


wh : cb U f^m t |be°'fouudI , ttoi°or'o i ""° c - f l"" 








P ,„ a u1cflreu*o».\LYntl°iectu.1?ife ; -t u"' 




^BkMiWifM 


being, but we reverenced" past."" VcsnlBirnT 
much of the .present, cultivating a glowing 




I have seen great .fleet from Ibat which 


i-r i-i " tai , IE ft. fill ... 


"ua'nf tie." of 3"a' E r*- '"" '' " ''''"' '""'' 


'^t'kZ^w^mil^Sof^^ 1 








..II do right. 'T„ but the life of a, nan since 




good to put on about tne fi" st of ' Se'pte'm'ber* 


fiiMy a satisfi°ed l 'Jh b a1 a a I IciK "''"7 1 b " ! A 
I us 7 .,* is decidedly beneficial W." 6 a". f'." 


',".''„',;;,", "i 1 , 1 ;',',,';. 1 ' ;,;,':.;:, il .,!;'* a !;', '" ^z'c 


en age, the "e" B V of'pcaM™ towart'' tbis°tbe 


cither on wheat or meadows. The plan of 
spreading manure on grass land in the fall, 




which was to be ploughed for corn the next 


miliar will, the fact that i is decidedly fatal 


euriu i,Ke its slick. We coutdJIook with 


the best and wisest of our rare have toiled; 








k°d°r.w^°o"u°tin"^^ 


' , I I b r.1°.^*i£ 


sorrow, and perhaps al r or<1 , !, „"" 

r .11.) i" in ■ d,.v. ,.,„,! !, i, Pol,,„„l prophet) 




the tine pyst.m to give a dressing to' cold 


sect..- [Farmer and Gardener. 


tbfB.'S^ce^rfvlOiiHHo 


Mass hint ,,, i|„. sp,,,,,, ,.,., ,.,, , ]h . ,, ,,,,. 
':. 1 ;';^'"; ';[':"•' x ; ' •!«! of grass seed. 


wotna'n'chfnl wlVa^husb^" ^'^ """• 




shadows"!"' iwr'l'i'l '''*' ''""'"*' an '' : llc 




%°4iT%h"^'i^3^^iM' J d 


eagle?". f c'ou,,l"cheer''th. brave' Ga'ribafd" 


the resurrection of the jus', their momimeli e 


the'grass^seed/'ermiilitc 3 relcil "'"'' "'' 

waste in the summer. On drf and cultivated 
cation i*n tb° 8 f l "j te o "'! "" make ""'"" 
I think that some are misled^n^befr 'esti- 
mate of the superior value of manure which 

o a ing^ e o:;c:„;:fte t d'; ^o ."o^ h ha't b :vhTira ^ ,o b a y d i i'„ , 

ig^^o^Sn! 
thefdi'scu^slo b "'\^" S ' i"' J, f- e from ra read1n'g 


Selgg|g^| 


great Go.dwbo brings from U^os'ord" '"from 
mai-'ks^Mh^na"*' "''° Se " b ° ""'"' a " ' a " d ' 


i a wa C ys'l™ St o a o J diast" S ' d " aiC " b '' 8e ' hf ^ 

Old KingSrge "l. .eldom ,a, u °w S"'" 

*;»•• «lwa)«,"my.wife, Ch.rlolte." Duke. 


^S^EputiorS.'K. 


becauae unperverted na'aonalilyl"" "° U "" g ' 
The Nauvoo Brass Band played "Ths Fine 


ifv'atKfF 8 "^^ 8 '°°°a e 6 a "l"y ™^ 


.o"*^ 1 "^." 3 ,','''.'.,'- """,,"'"' ' l " ' i "' ,k "" '" '"' 
r (1 | h n l '" r , rt ^.*" ! a "' ls 

they, by thrfol"ie°s'''of ar i", , ,°" c a r ! | * ( . ') ''«■ for 


Old Irish Gentleman." 

The Hon. Frank Ful,er, being invited lo 
address the assembly, delivered an euloeium 
on the character of Waahinpton. The Acting- 
Governor waa boh elo.juent and poetic, and 


„„H N ^.'."| 1 '", 1 mf! ",«i"lshe indignantly to tb. 
B°8bop of^'slad ° W " h ° 1 a ™ ? l am "" 
you we°r'e bfa'Vif'e^™' C °" ld "'' admit J °° if 




only displeased hi 3 audience by bi a brevity. 


of many inXtpart'. »? t J b"e Ct co"u»t r'r, S 


o W tblrvl™rh"a,'«dc S "v,T"' la ''°" ' ) ' ou ° I '° i ^' 



THE DE8ERET NEWS. 



Statistics or Hukak Lite.— The total 
number of Human brings on ibe earth is now 
computed in round niittfaers at one tbousiint 
null n I > J 

creeds are |>ieaclie l. I be average age of life 
is 3314 y«"- One-fourth °\ lUe bora d e ° *" 

reach the .«• of lO.TWls »i.<l «!'»''. "bile 
onlv 1 in 1000 reachee til. a e of 110 years 
OulofilW only 1 attains 80 ye r«. U.vt of 
the tboueaml million Nunc p.er.o 8 3^0,000,000 
die annually, 1)1,000 J ily, 3730 evry hou-, 
■eco"d. The loan it, however, b.lance.l by 



orb,-„i'in. aims but not 1 out ot 1000 la by 

„,„,„, „.i i lor the nrofes.ion. 1'l.e more 

civil./td J c-.inilry ii, the more full or vigor, 
life aid health, ar- th» people. The notion 



a clouded 

I'm. in r. 
.Iiaiiio,.,!, 





CJcnercU 


Notices. 


§8 


Sr£H^S^s1:S 



©enetal Notices. (General Notices 



W. F. ANDERSON, M.l 






SROUNU t I'MM'tl 



W'W^SSS&i 



MRS. C. ft. SAVAGE 



AS 
c A „ M „\ 



W1 



A'iSFSH 



u'tOlllii; GODDARD, 



H*il 



® H (S B 






HAND IN HAND 

ice cream saloon, 

dxningTeooms. 

DANIEL~GRENIG i(T( 

ICE CREAM SALOON, 

DINING E00MS, 

LIGHT BREAD, BUNS, CRACKERS, 

Iced Soda-Water and lemonade. 

"Suf"" 1 ' DAKIKL GBEHO 



PROSPECT COTTAGE, MC 

HENRY~MAIBEN, 

SIGN WRITER AND ORNAMENTAL 

PAINTER, 

SEVENTEENTH WARD. 



LITTLE, HUNT & ZITTING, 

FURNITURE JIND CABINET MAKER 
AND DEALERS. 



FURNITURE AND CABINET WORE, 



GRIST MILL 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS! 



IMPORTANT 

FARMERS OF DESERET1 

F'JSW^S^" - w """ ,d 
WWm ®[L©S[S SIFSMBB 

PANTECHNICON. 

iiiii.1 life 

A.\D NOTIONS. 



®eiuvol Notices. 



CLOSING OUT! CLOSING OUT! 
CASH B U Y ER 3. 

■PliiMBO. 

J£AVBa,UnnlQedto«]]ool their oplendld UO0C 
STAPLE 

& O O ]> s 

LOW FOP* CASH. 



Fancy Prints, various brands, 
4-4 Heavy Brown Sheetings, 
Hickory and Denims, 
Coltonadca and Satinets, 
Bleached, X Bar, and Jaconet MusUm, 
Irish Linen and Linen Sheetings, 
Hosiery, Trimmings, and Notions, 
Ladies' and Gents' Boots and Shoes, 
Hardware and House Trimmings. 

teas, iiif'suciR, 

Spicts, Tobacco, Snaf, Fruit, Ifc, $e. 



NEW GOODS! 

DOMESTICS, HICKORY, 4c, 

DYE-STUFFS, 

Crockery, Window GUis, O. D. Cap*, Bra— 

MILL SAWS AND FILES. 



GREAT INDUCEMENTS 

CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL IT: LAWRENCB 

" MERCHANDIZE, 
IOW PRICES. 

mFFchandise, 

Groceries, Hardware, Prints, Sheetings, 

Bine Drills, Ticking!, Hickories, 

Denims, Flannels, etc., 

Bacon, Wheat, Barley, or OaM. CoM 
not rr/W. 

n.-Anrx.toln.ltoD .1 hi. Sick ol LEATHER 



A. BEBTELSEN, 



20th WARD WEAVING FACTORY. 



TO THE LADIES. 

MRS C0LEBR00K 



THE DESERET NEWS 



[July 9, 1862! 



A MODEL BCrOKT. 
The vague and unsatisfactory reports t 
nve ao universally been made of the em 
les that Ijave occurred in the fights ub 



frequently, in lb 
aa having been 

riTj'Oral.H Riiar.i i 



at Though, pe: 
of pteaned to lea 



,- men CI.-. 

"""lEc, 



lijorlty of tbe C 



V , T..*Si3 



edingly great, lhat when 
lalile array tbcy have 

! who do not understand 
) got up, we Bubjoiu th- 
orn the published repot 



1 CO-MI ri'R.Mi: VIEW OF CENERAL » ir llle 

.-, " Jl'J.I.LLi:. s C'tMPAlbN. "",%'' 

0' of ''b, 

1 The brilli.mt oj.er.iiK.na rf ,;.„. J.,cks n in "P^. 

1 :,'i''tielimvel'l'.— oV'«„il.-.".i" 1'' ,-n" H.'.i',i'l' ai,d clnquu 



, by Mr. J me. F Hawley. 



ingCe 



- The 



■! J!,.,^ 



"" , |II. E. Bo 

.lliamsport, p M 

It. Marge 
Impossible' " McEv 

""poiiUvcly iT.'.W. Jel 



"Sffi 



„■!:■.; n,!. ,J ,:;: 



,d attack from | L. Maybe 

Geo II. A. H* 



.1, e„w 



Umpires-Mr. C. Eedg. 
Scorers — Mr. P. lyric 



paralyzing the Valley' 
McDowell to detach 



'•tmor^eH^f 



.lately | Conr 
impelling cee.lii.g 
Zdemo! C ° 0li "S 



f T f &051 ported, rcfle I ereeli! < n t r i ." ■ : f ■ <:ii rig ■■ ::n:... ,' ,: U' i I 

l,Hra r nd n \e°„ a talled%n' < a',.'er , 'ih , "retre l a'r ' ' ' ' ' ,TJ era'' I 

were mo'atiy c'ut^olT.* ' "' ' ' * ° "'" • ( sport of the kind among us we give the table **f ",,* .JJ"^,' " d °; ','; ' , ,V.'.7 <"*,„ ,' r!tl W ' 'i'or^Vli'p "'' " a7y r °° fs 

and wounded in tbe hoanitaia.'liie lit ""being ! After pay was over and Ihe Deseret Union ' Va^nft Ucv"«-')i"«e"mlli should be'a 
"c N L,nc, G. B. Lane, and Cbas. West-n, I ^^ ^"^ZtTcLlulZTLw I di ' C '" na " - [Ricbm ,° '. "! """ g ' J ''°° 14lh ' 
Most'of U,e' oT| 1 "n'''w.:':ke',!''',! l ','''t'!,, l . , '"'.i';L ^"u'^Z^Zlraotl f^^inlthe'IZlel MALICIOUS MEANNESS. 

nf." d * HarpCr ' S F "' y ' *" d ,r " P rol >ably|a splendid aupper. Everything throughout! An unfavorable s'ongh may be got up in a 

^^"""mnd'ed'' r.^' V"'u'^",n.l'(,"- h.irmo „o,.», and the "forbidden'' was not ',[]",{ ",'.'„"< ",'..'','.f."l'',i 'h"ld oft'" m^ieious" u' 
, .., t ...1 > , ^.. . ,.t. J. ^ even nigh at the dia'ance. cautioua n. m. I..in„„ l( ..,i „, „,„:, 



Ihe neighboring r.gi- /^ 
BalieoCk. hospital na a 



SOLDIERS' LETTERS, 
e Poat Office Depa 



y: b,.t a le.v ,»,, ,,"li. iously spent ma 



JJtivj ^aucrtiscments. 



W E A.Y S. NGFKTORY 

GEORGE B0MEI1I, 19th Ward 



It by the guard, the 



Tne Connecticut Volunteers have, as wall 




those from other Slates, suffered greatly dur- 




ing the war. The 8th and 10th, Which num. 




lured over one thousand each wUc»Hi,ey 






Li 


before they had p-rformed one years service 


favo 



' THEY WASTE AWAY. 



tating and desolati 
life than generally , 



era, , in ins I, ctures < n "Tbe Four Georges,. 



e prince ffom his l,i.l,'ug%l.!!'e ,",'„ 
(This hat, addressed the h.lvn, ■!,,. 
"Madsm, the only apology I ci 



- ... t.-e.-t,-." The lady 

I i I ' 



ted by George III". , 



F^,.'. 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



!?.»IB AND L I 3 3 ?„ 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, \m. VOL. XII, 



DISCOURSE ^ T ^ mMi J i>or«l maltrr^ IMie wi»l«.l lo la!k about are jm 



Elder E. T. 



Illlll.e, 



l,d„,. „|„, 



"r?l"L^r^"C r!' ,' r' 1 '' ; : ; '.',v; c i :;v:: ;' ■,'. T;;:: ^^■''^«i-n^k".n'^^' l iV:' , ;;':::';;:, ! ": i' , ;;::!;lr:' , ,::;;;^f'i;:;;!'!;;; 



~ f„l L I..- I'.. 



night enjoy his rci.cin,,. », ."_.,„,! .i'i i,I',' '.' 'n.t. .! I . , 'i !■.,, -«'>. .'ili.",l '...'l' .,'..'. I |.'!'!l,''''''l,..-i?i,.|i"c,l'""]l'l! Tlifl." CoilMci'l 

""'" "''cl^ui'iu'v'^',''- UV. ,''.' 'i'iV."V^ :. i,""!. !!.",.' i!,i'','i ii','.-''",',,!' 1 ;,',,'!.' iV?i^^''vrVl"i^ ,0 ,, ll V/v!."i , [! , ,'!" n ° f bpT |Ui ' r » 

.ration tor taking I n.ces.aty In red,,,',, in' ,.,:■.,„',.., „„, l'„ „','",. li',,' U'ke°of",loi°K ,',?slic "toTo't'h parti"»,'a," 

him; he neglects ini; the Prea, ii., and lh,-l„,p,,e ,,, ,.,..■ if ., man l..r 111.' p;.li of a Ice, for tie sake of 

± yard. Now 1 nor-toi,. ..-, as I ten., i> , I'.air. w ...- • ■ „,l, an, I i,,ll rome into court or 

i3 perhaps a ran lim'-ds „l ,„,,;,,, l„ - 1 II, ei l„l ,,, l„ , IV.I. II. V. .„,,,., I wleli il would 'lunch 



l.mpi.d,,,.. c;..:: ll..« ,.l-en d. .,.■! r „,.,„,,.,.,;,.■ |„, ..(,,„.. „ r „ ,,,', ,„,,', ,,„, , l ,dll,,,.k-nh- „,!,,.,, ,,,, I., 

!>,..., dencv lau.ent II,.' in , I.. 'Iv .....1 „,,,.,,.. ,;,..,,, „,. ,„„,,, ,„ „„„„,,„ k ; ;,,,, „..,,. „, ,■.,,,„ ,„ h.iiiiu;.., 

r.-,„Hi ihat^.i,c cvh.t.ite.l ly n..i I, ,' ,.| I li-.— ■ y ,,„|.-' "I! ill 'll.-ie I.," .av»' lh- luai,, I h- e „ In, „ , ,e n illn p- I,. I.e., 

,!«t'Tn ,0 the z^'''Z^"^j:%.';: m ri:T;:V;;i r^;''"""'" "";" ' "" ■""""" 

'■'"' - " to hi them _- il he nets t iv,,iv,l,ne Tin, fact a that as noon as 

n llioi.- Iirst ,.„i g . t ,,i„ ■,!■>:,,. 11... ,„.sl iIiiiil- m e,,„ re.,!,,,, that llicy are lo I., 

pin,,:,. i, . „, e- r .., „,,,.,,...■... ;.,.;: I,' io ,,,,,, her ,,,.,_. p ..,,[■ n|,„ is , , ;,p,ni.s also, but God, and t, at it ia their in. livid 

and" ..peciaMyTbc principle °of laiin.'/'Vve ITby'lbe i'epo' 






there--' Why brother- — : his r-elinirs Ihey ale ,,,'l,e ., , lain;,. ... > ,1. ,,!,.■ I„ .,,,. Mrs ,,„„,.. 1 |„ „! I, is an orironi.j- 

,,f r. verei.ee ,iu I dei, di„n lincnip- In en h.i.l y he, and as tl.,pi I hn.k Ihei -1.1 l„ I.e. il mil , !!,.,, shows its ..in, ami, city andili- 






...,ll f,„ 






...I... >!,.• 1,1,,.,,, „l ,,.,,,,.'„ ',!,., I ,'„,, 






'^j^\l^sL,"^'li,ii^n4''^"^'' : ^ uni" r.V"p,l'»?ut'oiito[ a s^u"i«e l c"yro' explain I."/!',','',': ,'„ no!" lie" has iriTior' a w"',',d,"»nd 
,oVinj!',re : h ""S?a,iie.' l ' , ''..' | ! , i :',.. ',i '(!'",', ;'! ".'',,",', u '! li',,"!!.",','','," n,'.',i, ' '.',' l.Mn.p "i.d^'''',','. ■,?,', "„'i" !,'!„ !'!,',:'n! , 'T;n,i'"ny y ,os°llon"'Dd W m 8 - t ,lu" i nt! 



becoine' y to°a Cl c!o'iisiderablc exi'tnl i!b.''a',n.',n !!"!,', "f !"-'■! l^S c ',Z\' 'il,'.' Ih'J",'! n,n",I lotuV«li™i> and'! 

«^T,i!r P C!d '''' ' ' i' I. "'' i. ' " ' ,' !| ' ,' ' a i b't/'fi'i ! 



liiehnps am I'resi. 
■a^otiSotHigbi 






,,-, lh.ro are a fe.v excepl sloth,-, „,,.,;„.!.,,„, k, ,.,, ,„, ,-,,-.•., I, ,.- „„!, -I, , I ., .,,,1 1 n.„l ,,. , I lb.-.-.. *„l, ,.,,„,,.,, I,., , „, ,!,„. „.,.,,... ,,..; „ a . ,,, ,,.,!„„„, ■„ 1,1 

I" I' not II V. A 13,51,,,,, « Idle lo pre- „,|,. ,'» I.e...,,-, and ec I ,1„, e , „ ' , a.d I I thai '(„ I"' ' w»J t(l dolt » aa lo , and I , si, l „. It fr, , l.llv h» ppe,,S I bat II 

, at 1 el,,,,;,, !....!.. all.- ,.,ru.,al yl,.; „:.!.■ an „r... ll.e - in ..,„_■ i,.,e ,h,|,e „ n, tl, oft I, e oil, , ere. ,.l,„ ■„,„,,„, l.,,,|,e.,,e „,„ .,».,,, ,., ,, , 



..lied ., pit. 



,:;!',!.:;' 



lent and Bishop 



ems. lies lor tl,,--e,.er.,l.i; l„l ihc people. „„„.iin S . HasH.e Pre 

,-l Willi a i ,; hand .,11 p. ,11 t„p. .il,,, and „ ,,..|,| lo do this? 

,,,-elo lieiigihen ea. r. And when ,|,,c„url.-y. E.eii.p, 






susSii-tSnsS 



".'''"".I .-"a ■"' I'"'' ia ''i'w" 

o',.|'.'|,.|,' tn.V.a, lie!, ,",. , i'- '» a'- o a •( ' 

■ . ,'v ,, ' ■■:■ . I lade.: I I'M 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[Jolt 16, 1862. 



o( Zlon. Tula ia what I labor and-etrlt 
I can tell you. If you encourage » ?P lr " »' 
fault-finding ami complaining, you mil suffer 
th. canker worm to gnaw »' your vltala, to 
cause you to distrust everybody, and you will 
begin to. a, that you have not been respected, 
gut in office turf encourage, aa you ought o 



eat'en if I li,.J l.r.u Pr.-r.loil rightl 
Brethren .....I autcra, lotus ever 

.1P.iv (In' l.or.l enable us to do rip 
rayer In tbe name o[ Jeaul Chrial: 

REMARKS 



> II.. ■ r.,li.nl.l...l 



of p r,i , ,'^o^lc.p , .™!';;\L°'ri;'„ut n f t nm n ?,;- 

formcd by ail |- irli.-n ilia bretliren li.n-e 

never conllicl.-d. [President H. Young, 1 
Wl.b 1 hail never heaid anything to the 'cor,. 

UMte, h, '.'■I'l'l,", ['""".igtobave this 

Bishops md'pi il 

bTth a .aLll i .l"nK^Vlheoll",'e\"|'.'r>\'!,X!!l7.!r l 



"" ' '■"■' ' enabled to arrange. A good 

.rk'°ow C ihat'ther"is a a\i in?r™a K Be H of a "o l d*'''?' 

I pie of S "p"!" ' tee'lhl'i't. 

riillhat wh.i, Hi,, people from all ,|u:irler» 

meet b-re tbe spirit ami the atmosphere seem 



i;l I" «-!' lli.it have been dor 



privilege of making , 



."fat-o'!. 1 . 



r holy religion. I au 

d eepecialyfor the" 
a laboring in tbe differ 



,;::::;. ..:;;■;■ 



Hy »...i,l.,.l Urn 






2.°w?rf... ! ld\n"Vor""? d We?'"' Ho " 

l.» be\i,i'^lu;i,'t'„r! , |' , e'i'.'°.;i' iKa's'lnstruct" 
ad ,r, those tbiug, ,l„, ,,„,,,,„ .„ „,,, ,„,„.,. 

B a !b«°' "'."o'th".!' 1 ' w ° '" ,c *'" 



tit of the Lord* if we 



taught? And if we are tbugb 

will it do us? We require to be in thai 



,lilT,.r...il deiiarlpnent. of the holy prieslhooil 
which Hie Almighiy has conferred upon hi. 



faca<>°.'\b\".^^^^^ 

ship God according to the, dictates of bill 

"li , |'u'.|r,i,",,r'l"l,|.V'i, , |i'.,l's'j!" is' fully ca r'l c, 
roil'da in olfr comm„n°ity. *""'' ° " ° 






li.UI am really proud of the county 

i It h .' i.. u I i s'l." t'. il i U; ij-j' = 



d r s""nt'i'es t Tha've r t'o m .a t f ha I t ieh 



■ leu. Ill 


|,.n ciples ,iii.| 








a.:anolY,r 




",(,' tO get all II 






1, „, 


aa Elders, Pre's 


„ la, II,.. 


■ principles l,,li 



"'. diltrtrW^'V" 'hi h? 7 ™ '' 
kJflSSeHE^ 

is , a I,ch C we"' rla,C " " h °°^ h ^'''^" B "' 

great ami nond-if in,.c|. 3 i,„, l„ 

,...„ ,t .,,„„„.. ii„, n.onle a, nave b, 



, :"^;;2:,::;;,;;;:r,.,;; , ;,:r,sr; 

Hie country of their bond.ge'wL 

';;",";/ ;;';-ib.s,„.,pi,.i,.,ve ,., i,,,,, 

one. half of the globe to reach the valleys of 



with '.?' y °"'T '." "'"' ""' ''' ™»™ fe'well 
daye,'"Ag a s7,,^^,r.,?a a ,r"ot , ' r p°, , °w S „ t i '; n 



d's people. From tbe beginl 
to this time, when the Lt 
ogether a people to be a 
Urn he has always begun to i 

istrui.-ingth.-mi,, th, I, Lie 



pertaining 
BaforetEeLord.tl i I - 



lowthM people in th 

people isr excel ihe ancient latealitn; indeed 

I it .1 mil wish o compare the righteous. 

■ ■■■ 's i. "I I...L.I ll.ii Saints, for mull 

tudeB of the Latter I).,, t-.n i» mil eni-p ,„ 

out o[ the hosts of Israel were permitted 

While the meek of the earth remain sea 

Church can°gi 

the Lord 



the Old and N. 

ping ,..!.. n, the latterdays— t 

ale! thVsaving "of" Ma "saint "t 
p of Zion, th- redeernin of t 
rael, the establishing of the New 

th.- bringing hack of tbe ten 



hlT,'/','.'.'!', 1 ,'? 'n ,'"h "™; t etc -> l " c :. a " 1 

But when the people of God are gathered ou 
o one place, they are tb n taught the si 
■all"! n.le .hugs thai peitain to every day 
ife. which tli.y cannot he taught while Lie, 

i e in a scalleie.l.o .„,. Manvtome her, 

...der a, ,,i-t, Hen.,,, press,,.,,; Ih.-y think Ihey 
,re gathered to th a place to b. told how 



etc. But no, my brethren, Una Is not wha 
you ia.v come here for; the Lord has calle 

'"" I I I i I It I 1 



hmg from the ways of the Loid. Many ol 
'eo",le"oss : ,'s°," much S "° d ' " d """ : '- °' "" 



n't %V.° ^i'^i *i5t?iab» 



ass; 

inch a calling from the 



S M ..'f, 



' e ? l , to Lear al "' oal a B 'ble .Hid a hall 
carry you'tb'oligi? ,h" l]l"u7''.'l '.'.'.'.r, „,','.; 
.e],ea, Ihe a.,,. ngs of the old prophets, d.lutc' 
largely u on the doctrinal portions of the New 
restamer.t, gage the moralit, of th. present 



poured out, can del niate to a nicety . 
'"'5 l .f" 1 ! °' Caniei-a metal im'a, 



» grain for your br. ad? "N, 

iE) „°v.'u?„' 10w h" >r ? i,e ?*<" -'>™? "No.'i 

(■No ° Do ■■-" °- -"■'•,■ !" B -'- ° r y °'" """? 



not planted in their gardens a single fruit 
prov.de for ou Belvesall things necessary for 
clhS'cIS 



v J", ' i ' > I 1 1 

°a"gb" n w he,r a h\ir l t, s S'nI a brin , g e lto the 

hull ,, ll-lled Weight ul llun , |i ,,1 to throw 

U Ollt Of the doo.; and u I I|,ey make bread 

of It to make V lighl, palpable .,,,,1 he.ltby, 
nisle.1,1 ,,| lunl.ine nakes as indigestahle as a 

mav have hi, a,i io ■ ,,i ihat will sit easy on 
Lie"' » on.... hs M mi husbands are made 

sick ,n,l i, children are sent to an un- 

•iineli' giave ,,-!, ,ali„g badly prepared 



apparent effort. I I 



B«sissli \ 



,i.L-l,iirt » or an inch deep. I oaited ten 

I " I ol 1863 ""is 

ow beginning to snow itself, five weeks since 
was planted. 



? Will they cneetfulli receive lustri 
tin... and profit v i ? 1 lure ihe best gard. 
ers I can find and they are ignorant of th. 
1...--SS: they scarcely know one apple f,« 



ported kinds. The best fruit hat ever grew 



operly anil profitably dispose of 



8, by the dozen, will annii.-i ia.i 
adies. "Husband, don't get me 
■-■■'■• "-- "efe, for I 



■I1..111 Ihreelo half ad 
ndkerchi ClCa "'" W ' le " '■' ley h ° 
no the wash-tub to 1^ ribbed to 
d wasted away. In this way you 

Hi'JSSZEnfi! a J..t e d is o°u ,! 

Ihvti, when you hang and pin your clothes on 

...:; lo",:',.^:!,", a"hig'h^i" e an" ^. b l^'!!?„ d 






''.■'.•,■■■' " -■■ ...tpioirw.;:;, „v ,,„!'. .;. ,. :;.",: r u :;:f, "?>° ^n^ <■■• ■■ ■- "- <-< •,,,, « ,"", 

,, ' * ' " V , I I, i ,' , b e mo ths It is useless 

I 1 ' i < ' > ' I i ! 1 In II ^',hesinfo 1 rt be eXPed ' 

iho r „id"a"*o« t e ae v . 0rd '°' f K *» d ™» ">°at »^ P> f°.PeVi™e^-''^ l ;, 1 ,, u : IS , ;;;' p , , , ;' t „h,'; vTiZ''"^}';!* rV^'Fr"," 11 !'' 



THE DESEliEl. NE Wi 



nd is washing hi. feel 



1 1S1E - men,, or general characteristics, yet is it 'a.ikc U r, 

. far .aaier to~de»i nat. wh» 'l | ■« T>" inclplc. \ Weill 

tlinn it i9 10 de^nstraie principlpj. It on. of iiiierrii.fi tnnti. Uui 

'" '"■ .hi n.liecriii f.r'lin:r in Itiimai. trui? (At-!.'. Tlio f.mcitu 









ufjh a mud hole. Inst 



Some if our prnfeBsed good housekeepers 
In my opinion, com,- far short of really d.serv 
ing that character, at least I should think so 

There are potatoes to hoi™ "read to bake 

meattocook and.-udtostcw. Peihaps th 
first thing that,, done 11 .to put the tea ., 
Btceping then fry the meat, then |,r. pare iln 



theftuitisrorgotien.andagreateflb, 

confusion JUfiL"' '"'"' """' i 
led to get the food' ready, and when i 
ed up the tea is not worth d.inkng, th. 
es are tough, watery, and cold, lb. 



...ly llilc ..lied; and laltmg il aliogeil,,, 

t.ch a meal of victuals, if there existed 
■rosneet of dining upon a more wholeson 

alleys to be taught. We must first learn i 

tolourfellow creature" The Lord Wftri 
tensive lilies of operation to bo.h Saint a. 
inner, but when be gathers his fainilv I 
xpecta them to first mast r these so-calli 



of life. Until this is done we are unprepar, 
them now we Bhould not know what to c 

make the earth into a Garden of Eden; unlet 
we do this, we are unworthy to possess ete 



rthTbeforfthe'ht 



for the Lord. It s our privilege :o grow an, 

u n "n a know°e'd in e a an'i V"re7o eXi^o,' 
the higher duties of eternal "ife° We Xi! 



«trect"'n1but b we e areVo a rer°ei,'ed rt 



thy to receive the glory that God has in store 

things first. We are brought here expresBly, 
In the first place, to raise potates, grain.fruit 
wool, flax, and every other necesBary and 
ra >rtal comfort we can prodt.ce in this cil- 



pleasingly in I • eh. t. .tin towards o, 

It, ends, families, and neighbors, building, 
a and towns, o,,-,,,,,,- farms, plant,, 



F"A' Huge Tusk.-J. Helt of the Indepen- 
dent mining claim at Kincaid'B Flat Cal. 
or. the 10th June, found a tusk 8 feet long 
and 24 inches in circumference, wdighing 2511 



, he, „ -^S^'SlSSSStSS^ 

so k hz flzL' " i ' ;!i ,: KLvT " b '' P '°"; ' ffr "'^V:? ■"f."™.'"^"?, D z 

ofoth B .r.Vb.^ I!:;'., 1 ::,:,;;;,;; 7,!;.;:;'" '>:':'„™ e ¥ M ™- tV 

',"'",. '" i..'iu.»-„l tie,, iniihii, t.,-1,,,,. ,1,,. I,,,..,. „, ,ns n.uea.ed, those around us? It n ay require toil, it may 

nnd.hey thus, by cnntraciin a false by Cod's great l,a, d; I my soul careless of require atudy and effort, but the idea of an 

indent neoua judgment , ,,„,„ .,11) I I i i.Imoo ahould spur our M- 

fil.iess of tilings, 'e si vi to e'w.lli TiBteshould he nature; simp 

nt, plays a. important J, art in the be the fiiel of all acl.nowledg. d 
y Of life; and a proper collivalio, ,1 then this affected |.o poa.ly, so 

The complf 



■f„. specie,! ft. 



hi'i'.o. and r .la"» oi"m ,' 

bsen a .mil untie, standing, taste IB 

fall. hie enienot, or nail mil „„,, 

ty; for where we see the evil paeaiona.and I 

ravings Of a vitiate,! taste, there we m , 



THE HORRORS OF THE BATTLE F1FLD. 
The following extracts from letters written 



by Lie, 



iTnae ° C B » k «»"»e2d Michigan, to hi. 
s S can ,n0 "' ' "' Brooklyn, N. Y„ published In th. 

Ef.pVd^ »• ™ L * u '""' n °'" " 

Battle Field, June 2, 18G2. 
hearted,' ar. >o apt to be lured, by Ihe hope of ! D.aa Morllxn:_I wrote you yeaterday a 
preeent pleasure from the cultivation of a short letter-note, and ao you know that lam 
i although I have been In 

' '•11,'e,,','.. „'.'!!','. ',.|, i',',„iUn'.|-"ih"'l' i',lh'„"7l..., '■"'•■'" '"I I..." .■•'ollheh'l..' i, in' .,'„'i'',',l' 1 \ 

luM.''h'7,.'i'i»'',ni,'.V- a ,n'\l.!i'e''p,! b e'"n,',i'''!n;eT d'.-'i' .""pi ].'„" ' V'ha'v- 'ma' ,,'7! °„',!,d "„l ! "7 miod 

lec.ual. Il ahould be our pride to cultivate, lbi ' " '■''■■ fifty or .Ixty rods across, 

ami ,. unpin,-, a |„dile a ml i rfined taste, that and I can't tell how long, but altogether too 

? u""m > nt u 'on'aT roVo'lon ofTln'. o?"f '«" on^.e'grom'^belweVt^'SdiM ohh. 



%3l 

The pomposity of a Mtchelet is perhaps bear- 

II I, or even of .he - ril- should be unbiassed byprej..tlice,and we should may never see a, ich a eight again; and, what 

h.i.ii Kot.scan, is ceii.unlv anvUini h,,i , found our decision, upon th. real merits of r )• ■»■>«. may I never go into or on another 

,„, -h.,1 ... mdge and i, t condemn a hiBto y, on I battle-field. I have" never realized i, nihil 

- '" -' ■■- a treatise on philosophy,, imply beeaiiee the \ to-day Ihe horrorB of a battle-field. While 

moral character Of the writer is a libel i„ 

w rksof art, di.plays the I I I battle doe B not grow any Icbs, but 

with regaid to ta.t ; yet, though all th, I): ■'■■ " .'"" has been fired, that all go.l, 



iant but vicious literary confederal ion, il 
-vbicb genius is the caterer to crime, am 
aste the vehicle of communication. The, 

ireiiohl, hea,l,,l,Mh.^.|on^lo,,.l,l | a,..,,,,, 

Virtuous minds, taste might compel tt 

mind, a lofty and ennobling subject; yet it ii 

i. just propomonj necesBary t^conslitut. 

inobln.g Bubject treated upon in a eon fused 
ad inharmonio 

rength of expression sufficient to convey 1 
st concep ion of things, shocks the mind 

together of parts, incongruous ,„ nature 



the expense of vir nous pimcp'. ■». v. oold he 
difficult to judge; yet it is nevertheless true 
that, the mind of man aaks more after that 






ad, which labors vainly I 
b B ya a Bi mwsa Cr ™f''au'bj''e°c , 't"*or' 



llat' ohj.ot. 'Ihe |,filie||des ll[ V.hh.1, 



.pcd in different minds. An alchymis 
mixes his d.n 5 s ^ , 1 J ,io j; d ^^, lio ^"' 1]1 , t 

I seldom, if ever, found similar in an; 



n-ieiiL, ess ili..y are oi ingredient, Urouklyn. At the battle the other day o. 

i,'l"| , ,llVif|.',le.|'! 1 d' in, a'l'ialVeVment." 11,' '""ll.. TlVn Wllt il, a hoilt t wn „ Tin. k, v. I, 

.,"..■ I , I ., rj, nerve "" J^'£ "t'^^'^™' '"^'^"^fl, 

„ ) ope, e I on , s, every fourth man w 



jtautly before „B, we b come accue- 
f morbid sympathy, injurioua to tl e 

| 1 mt9U P ken'one, U .a ! we''n , ,,'d "y hhitory 



,y of happiness, would have no opp 



Th a morning only 1 200 men, 

'hrT'a"de are * "° S '° S 

Sevek Pikes, June I 

boys hav. buried some 1,800 reb 



,„ I, ,00 men when we were at York- 

li.ii now ih.r. a,, only 1,130 in the 

four regiments; ours, r lily 410. One 

J go to-day, we left Detroit 1,070 Btrong. 

A o'i.e, ,a,,!e It,!, a,,,,. US , The,, g„,e', 

bye to the Second Michigan. But if all olher 



irved. If this is applied as th" .;, 

.f our cbaracte', and then only 

arong mi.'t"they be who w o"d by precept a 



BniTiii Cir.a»LiKE.-s.— e of the prime 

.'.'ole'on eaiHi. i.ikeour doinesl.e l.-licHv, 
ml onr capacity siitgle-lianded to whip any 

'isehievous. We are not a clean people. In 



" 'i, 1 '.cunerw" 1 ; 

iiliFiip Hi. out Hulland, which is to a proverb 



(aoitary rues.— [Saturday Itevie*. 



THE DESEBET NEWS. 



^vvv>..v lv/x^ Ithc late battles before iuch- 

-<^^^> *„.».. .*™~-***J\-> 

■<&£ •-"^ :.*^fc^ I m ^Hf ri"«" U -l.ie. or the Breat 

"^r^^S&Sfcl 1 months, arc extremely vague as to del 

■&*0^ ;;;:,;';;:';;■:.: 

F...1 AS SMITH KDITOK AND PUBLISHES. ; 

- =S= . ' " Accorilln" to the first published ata'ement, ' altliough their numbers mere ten times grca 

H'fdneSday. July 1«, 1862. G 'hrral Honker advai-rcd will, bis division er than that of the division of Ccn.MeCal 

" _ : . on the moral,,- of Wednesday, June 25tb, for which was attacked, they were unable I 

TEWHTORIAI. MAILS. j the purpose of occupying a new position. drive them . Bingle rod, that the Fedora 



things may be profitably | 0CC,1 P 



.M tic [.iirjl'i; I seeilje Ihe 11,11 1 1 r \")>. .1 1 - 

isly served at the offices on his route, 

rend rijjt Miiiuleiim; almost Impossible, 



i the Conf 


derates gave 




I highly imp 






igher and 








mps. Ge 


u. Hooker's lo 






imled. T 


e Confederate 



fury. Gen. Porter was reinforce I bi- 
n's, Meagher's and Palmer's brigades, 

i shell, grape and musketry were freely 

ner on that day, ea i the Bolted- J pulsed. The Federal forces engaged on Eri- 
consisteil of siNty-eight thousand , day are stated at twenty thousand, and those 
i accounted, as a corresponds. 1 ol Ihe enemy at hfty thousand. 



ral troops were borne down. Jackson's' one sta 
nand, from Shenandoah valley, Were a Hehitjt 
of the attacking forcc.an.l a correspond- ! along It 
stated that, on ThurBday, the Penn. ! mington 
ves drove the attacking regiments of ! The Coi 



nil maicked to Jai 



, ls of regulars was sent to the 
cnt Penn troops, but were 111 
mut onslaught of the Confeder 

by I bravely, and, althongh dc 



general, and the Confeder- j was nea 
ut of the sivampy woods, dreadful 
possession of by the Fed- Then 



assistance of the ground previously occupied by the 

lies, and another j abandoned. The stores and supplii 
of whom fonght ported lo have been withdrawn, but , 
eated and had tojs'derabl- loss. Tremendous Gating 
The Federal loss I per report, going on all the time the 
acuta wore progressing, with grea 

General McClellan is reported to 
ablisbed bis headquarts at Malv 
ear Turkey Island Bend, on Moriila* 



amp, and volleys 



loinpared with t 
The Confclcre 



proper sack; yet such thiligB we regrt 



on til,. 30lli, thci 
ngle craft alloi 
hing having bei 



a desperate stTort, and drove the 
hill and the bridge, and a panic w 
J placed on the bridge to prevent, it 



id tbe enemy con- 1 brigade made Iheir appearance, stripped ft 
Fedc als to give [ the fight and yelling hideously, pitched i 
I drove the enemy back. That fight is sai 



Agent. -Mr. P.O. 



lie army stores hav ng been put on board II 

hipping on the Painunky, moved oiF dov, 
he river to WeBt Point. 

The cavaliy at White House during Satu 
l«y, guarded the departure of the train, ai 
lie einbaikatioi, till lour p.m., when the fin. 



I ellicient as any one 
apacity, hut however e 

> be as persevering aB 

.required. 

op Ha«vmt.— The w 

nth, vicinity or E.T.I 
I sullicieutly ripe for 



vicinity all day. The safety of the 1 
Inning been seemed, Gen. Moiiebiimin 
olf with his force eastwardly in the rlin 
of Yorktown, where be subsequently arrived, 
proceeded to Fort Moi 



ispnlches from llag i.fh.-.-r Cold 1 ,,!,, 

be 30th, slated the attack on the r'ght was 
speratc affair, in which the Feder.l loss 



them early on Monda; 



The 



fought the battles on F 
forces on Monday were 
lhan onSuntiay.asGen. ! 



• lor bin, loelll.c 



1 v.l'h 



irps, and Kagley's briga, 



Jult 16, 1802.] 



THE DESERET NEW! 






tacked the army of the Pol 

lv a Confederate co'umn, 



mack and Woodbury. Gen. Hot 

i which went to the Peninsula i 



The JirnuMtoii, published in Waehingto 







n th 


t the Fede 






ntol 


u light fitti 










de 


duty 


■ i T, 


.f'anV'olhc 


k 


Th 


loss 


of the Fcde 



MISCELLANEOUS EASTERN ITEMS. 


j taken by the Assessor, Bh ws a population ot 


The President havinTdetermincd to call for 
once and furnish their nuota of the men re- 


j sixteen hundred and seyeuty-four, including 
lirty.nine Chinese and twenty-eight negroos. 


J Ot tbe white, nii.e hundred and thirty ate 


, reported subject to military duty. 


The population of Storey is stated at four 


thousand four hundred and ihvrty-sevcn, of 
which only sin hundred and cigbty.nine aro 

Freight from Sacramento to Virginia city, 




Is ata'od nt from 5 to G cents per pound, and it 


tin the 2d inst., the President approved and 
The Alloincy General has decided agains 


! was not expected that itwould be anyless for a 
tor the hauling or one l.i.ndr d and twenty 


| free tons ot freight to Ruby Valley, nnd one 



to Salt Lake, win, 1, ...M 



I.L1NG TRUTHS. 



ry, and | i|lg 1|non a „,| giv 



"6 down the liver ro 
3en. Po'rtcr and Jfe; 



ng them in check. The 

led. At what point the 
made io published ac- 



cl; pies-ed by the enemy 



irty to fifty thousand 



ted. ,„ r „ r of all the settlers bctwopn Pacific 

priation bill passed the s ,„i,,gs and .lule,|.„rg, and the dislike of all 



General Sumner V 
Confederates w 
slaughter and He: 



the enemy on Thursday on ha right j "^ Cl " H ° 

Bdrnsi le wilh most of ha armv had ! A '" 6C """ 

l.urnsi i, with most 01 n.s ..rmj.uau GVlli C !,i,1i,i, rs 
at Fortress Monroe and gone up James v , IHrt . | nnr 


ot Confed 

attaek.nl 


red in the amend- 
Col. Sheridan's ad- 


those 
Mile 
ing 

Clmi 

Bight 


tragic 
Is give 

on Com 
ry for t 
c scale 


"•:: 'I'"-' 1 " " '"'J" 

1,'yearsloi ■ stealing call 
The employment of an 
nd Company Ib consider 

eale.ila io in.Te.iae th 


reinforce Gen. McClcllan, and o'.her 1>; n||i . |nil 
were reported at latest dates to be ,„.„ which la« 

in that direction. The poeilion now ,,,,. „ alr 

d by the army of the Potomac is said buUCol . ghorid 


ling, and 
•d [ill ,ibo 

n having 


a sharp ondict en- 
t the middle of the 
clera es gave way, 



fight be expected 
in which Ihe coinbata 
number, were determi 



(JI'I.IIA l'lu.NS i>\ THE MISSISSIPPI. 



,1. After righting on l ppp..-i le sho 

, they retired, but j Dispatches of a 

s ...bout the mid. lie i|, „ c ,|. I'.lliol, of 



NEVADA HEMS. 



hould bo ot the higho 
, while in Carson, dcui 



„g; Th 



fully into the midst of the Confederate hosts, ( Yay.oo about sixty 

The fight on Tuesday id represented to have 8 ton, which were 1 
been the fiercest of the scries. The reports rati an. I a l.alleiy 
of the Federals and Confederates do not diil'er ; tacked, the Confer 
materially as to the nature and result of the and let Ihcm Iloa 
struggle on that day. The account given by ; the rams to retire 
l!ie Kie'nnonil Kiamiutr stat'-s that General the morning ot the 
Magrudei's command waB ordered to charge nine of Fairagiil's 



adly firo of the Fedei 



liieiity-p„l,|.,.,iy, and generally believed to he tr 
lis were | The publishment of the facts, as uiiderst. 
the I'm- '„ i|| „„t, i„ one (.pillion, impair 111.- cl.ar... 



drove of line young < 
er, were late'y olferf 
- sevenlccn dollarB per 1 
offered which was ref 

C Hay had fallen to 

is In Nevada are report 



e Confederates finally retie'd. |,ne 

attle-field, after the fight on Tuesday, puis. 



Finn -Dii Mo 



i M.elug.m nullo.ed severely. Among 



ftcr Indian affairs in that region. After his j the! 
Among the annoyances to which the \Vasbo-| h 



companicd by his family 
ndersto d that Judge Drai 



all pocket- boo 
>n H. E. Bowrl 



PRUNING GRAPE VINES. 



h Il> ma.!.- by ,i ,ie-|e,(ed or bad ay 

in or inn g. 'hi let Ihe vine g,ow a] 

ll< r/-vl|, MIM .II-.I loi, M JII.OIM p,„„,,.e, IS 

■,',,'"(" "■! l',:V/«"e",om» .".Pem'sTf "runn' 
■it :■ li<- <l ahoy 1 10 l„ '10 per cehl., „, 



i climb.. Thil, to in, in a con. 
ence to (rain In.' t'lnr u/nciruY 
1 manner of chopping oil tli.- vinei 

itendcd a. bear.',,,; ivood'fot thl 
I coming year. flaM. branche, 



■ gblj ■ 



nil, ,,.|.|... 



These leaders arc the m.iin conductnr. of tl 

nap, causing il to ll«w tin. kly, and if oil,. 

I"' " I "" "i"' i - carefully all led t 

receive In .hare of the .Ircngih of lb" vwV 



[Ca'liroif'/aJmi?' 1 '"'""'' 



TH E PESEftEf KEWfl. 

■e of It, we are led to think favorably of its I Bishops Wm. Miller and E. Billingsley, fo 

'cabbages, it is well known, ■>• tender^ °^,.Z by°G. WarSf'and D. Carter 

rev to a great number of different enemies. At 1 p.m. the ceremonies closed with ben 
•be cut worm, the army-worm, the aphis, diclioi, by the Chaplain, Elder Isaac Higbe( 



their eggs or their 



Theae facts mal,, 



l' e !a°n U l"ul'h a ere 8 |pl.!a°. a a'u e t a 



FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION?. 



Ne.v Orleans," i 
y female shall, by I 



H, . ,.u„,„„ oV'ii.,,..' : ,, ,',.'., ';': ;,',""' 

Cao. C. St„ong, a. A.' G. 
The following address was issued by Gel 



ind hisSjulor",', John Mcl'va"', Ja".! I , Men of the South; Shall our mothers, wive., 
del. and Jos ph H RidgeB, the Com- dau I I I 

i the right to real at their 'pleasure tbe 



aill.i.l • 



Spiingvi 



1 salute by I pendeiice in a spirited and appropriate 

The citizens were arou-ed from their I 

rit- stirring , ber at an early bout by the firing ,,f ca n. 

ml military At il o'clock I, e Stars anil Stripes, wi I 
lembled upon the Public Square, whei 

If; Judge Blair, Oralor of 



Capt. C. W. Card's Co., 3d Bi 

The N,n,'hli-ld Hand ,,.,, I Hie eh 



i Si, ,,,..„ 

; the Ij. 



or of the day, li. ..i I Inn-ied I., iheiop.n" anew liberty pole 

ighan; li'der Gideon Iliownell, , ninety feet high, raised expressly fur thi 
Chaplain, and the Committee or Airange- I occasion. 

..,.■!.■■.. il. M' ll.de.VV li. I',e,i,„iaiul Under! ertion of Col. Dorr P. Curtis! 

T I) Ki.l.sl, ■ Jl„.,e,y, "In. I .1 I.e. n Marshal of the dav, Col. John S. Fullmer' 

filled up lor the occasion. Having am I . 

'I'.n.b'l il,'- ,i,in-i'i..n'..l'ilie"M..','"il..il"..'i I bed..'', ..-.led t.. ' l'u 1 1 „ 1 1," u l„. , ,. t'h'ey » ere' .■ n't , 'r 

James H Martineau, and the exercises com- tallied with an otalion by O. B. Huntington 

mencej with singing by he SmitnSeld choir, Esu. 

prayer by the Chaplain, and singing by the | Music by the marti .lad brass bands. 

Ch ir. Hon. P. Ma-glian then lead the Decla. S mgs, toasts, eneechea, etc. 

ration of Independence, Ibe entire assemblage At 1 t 

evincing by theirprofoondatte, ,,,,.,: .ml ,,,:,,. a .1 eh. 

Iionoied instrument. JudgeBlairt end.livered b ck, ca, 

li,. Hi 

lh. i « ' ,,"i ; '."i .hi". ' -..11111 n-.'. nl ' iienind 

patru.lism. Col. B.n-nn, Mai. Hyde, Judge , peace of 

Man. I.,., and Ma, I', . .1. a, ' f.,11 1 „, a 






rr:,,%t 



, Reporte. 



vere i„,e,,|„,.„d with i c by (he Hani, and musk 

nd songs by R. G E ans and .I-ae|,h Hod-- I). --lie. 

tt>, and singing by (he S , bhln ,1 ,1 Al nine 1 

In ihe evening, the Lagan Dramatic Com- I public squ: 
any performed "Tie j ,,. „l H," .,■ ,1 "Boots assembling 
t ihe Swan," and the rolerl ilnloenl. of Ihe of the pr,., 



ira'.ion f Inrle- At day break, there w s firing of cannon 
lartial Band, w. ich 

dollars was I uiStTa"™* "" 

'hai- a I,,.,--: \ hii-.lh- N'ars ami S'Tinea u-eteholat 

alute.i by the d 



nd playing Ya 



ompany of Logan Etl 



-,;„?' 



and they maybe taken up late in 
r the following spring, cut „ ,, om 



.position,. U'el, 

gol"i»„.,p„si„, 



. Idant'eli; 'anT'fro'm ■oa,™] 



1st. Company of infantry, commanded by 
Major Win. C. McCellan. 

■i'l. Ma, lal Band. 

3 . Si ver Greys, under Capt. Sabin. 
^.^iM^dcipal and Ecclesiastical officials, 
by the folng of'musketry by Lieut. Cl.il:' j-li. Orator of the day. Chaplain, Reader of 
intry, immediately afler the Declaration of Ind, ,..,.,:.. .„,,': ,.„ and 
lere Berenade i by the Repor er. 
t. JauieB H. Haslem. | Oth. Committee of Arrangements, a 





KEEPING 


A DIARY. 






I 


a man 


eeps no ,1 


ary, the path 


rr 


mbles 












,tl 


:;;. 


e,i!„,'a 
















Wh 




C 'k,,m,'"l' 


.'y'"ii„|'.",'ii'e 




















aoiy do 


.• a-:.!-:., 
























■:-.. lb. 1 ,1, 










<>"" ' 


'''.,:!;,.'„,/! 


1 


irnto 


1 


d'ed'bT 


a'. f t| 


r^Uei's 


, L 


■mory 


iv't: 


P o"^ CC ao*rne''eveni r ' ly V "°" S -- 
^wLt a cL„t,°bi?rnE'",h" y ' 


tj 


ece'h' 



" Ini-d ." all, aa enlirely t forget that 

UTep'arudd™'"", 1 ',- ;;",; ,;,' 



bring all (ivbat the Yankee, ca I) the «/c 
'<»';->"' = - of (hat season before, on. Ma, 



i who keeps a dia 



Bowery, where Ihe follow ug ceremon'i 

The congregation was called to o 
Ihe Marshal. 

Prayer by the Chaplain, Elder T. H 

IMuaii. h, She baud 

Orations by S. McMurdie and Ira 
len., Esq... Orator, of the day. 

Tbe whole proceedings ..ere inter 
• -aging by the 



"Benediction 
The assembly 

There was dancing in W 



"..imayc 



of Arrangement.-R.bert La- 
Man-ban, Mm. F. Lill'ewood, 
shman, TJiom.i. It. Leavitt. 



The citizens of Provo celebrated the Four'l 

1 ' I ' " I '„' \ (' ,, 

im. I.. N,!tlal,;,t I ., in , loll.med by et.aini 



upying prominent 

b;Thelro n s ie o S fle", 

I'i'n'g'Se^refs-auo: 
I proceeded to a bower 

wer"highV C int Z e'r'e 8 Bte,' 



e direction of Capt Jno. F 

■d through some of the p in- 
of Win C Vv I 



omfortably sea 

lyC^F'S;' 



Mormoi 
The Declarat,™ ol In, 
I read by Mr. H. G. Boyl 



"The Siar Spangled Bat 



-Aha,,:. 
of th. Cha 



h ['J, "" 8 ' " "'" lhen "form- J and 



icial party at the Union Hal 
ock, John. S Page, Wm. J 

a IJ Mc"l'i : LMK° Reporter. 



GEN BUTLER'S ORDER ON WOMEN 



uiine'"t" e tWiB8 B ° ' '"^ °"' ° f ' 
e power of 'the diary (o calf urfat 



myfrie,,d.-[Lond„„ Magazine. 3 0U " d,ar J' 



man tiv-lie f, „ 
ver.,1 near Jackson. 
May, flSia, a pal. 



>'■ •■■ lom.d 
1"' lb a ihi-h'l 



^;-;---i .i-.,ae K..',i, i",„;;„: 



"t< hi ,-i,i ;„„■„ 

Paris-f San Francisco I„! 



Jolt 16, 1862.] 



THE DESERET 



THE MUSICIAN AND THE COUNSELOR. 

Cooke, the actor aud musician: 

At a trial in the Court of Kine'8 Bench, 
June, 1833, betwixt certain publishing twee- 

plrac'yof ."Vrwr." "«"!'«'"«' Old £>$»>■ 
bmHrmoti- an ol ^ ^"f " a wUneB-. '"on h"^ 



©eneral Polices. 



W. F. ANDERSON, M.D., 



rather flippantly 
now what do you 



'"hat, OS" "• 

:a Tom promptly answered: "I 8a 

I a different accent, the one being 



"111..,! 



il accent?" 



(■„„l!c-",Mv I •. Me a 

lir." (Aloud Uu K h.) 
Sir Jain. 8 (rather rufllej) -"Never 



Sir James— "Can you I 
Sir James (very 



ffil £ 



ry)— "Now, pray, sir, 

who were supposed to 
music, the meaning of 



y you wuul'l Jnv i 



lowed iLm r.-p.irr.eo. Silence li-ivm- been 
length obtained, the judge, (Lord Denmai 

chop-fallen counsel thus. "Are you satieiie 

Sir James (deep red as he naturally was, 

r N. 

plentifully 

tljr li I, I..-! 

The cure is 



., rubbed slightly 



®enernl Notices. 



IVJKS.' 



Wis 



BY MRS. 

(Comet o< 



STRAW, STRAW, STRi 
SEASON OF 1862. 
MRS. C. H. SAVAGE 



©eneral Notices. 



HENRY MAIDEN 

SIGN WRITER AND ORNAMENTAL 

PAINTER. 

SEVENTEENTH WARD. 



LITTLE, HUNT & ZITTING, 

FURNITURE AND CABINET MAKERS 
AND DEALERS. 

Wiuir Z'UfZ"' h ;';'"" a " <"° 0i 

J. C. LITTLE'S MACHINE AND WORK 

FURNITURE Milt CABINET WORK, 



©encral Notices. 



« ■ , 
NT™ I 1 ! " 






G F.OItG 1 



1 63, 









WEMINGF ACT O IW 

GEORGE BONELLI, 19th. Ward. 



HAND IN HAND 

ICE CKEAII SALOON, 

.DINXHcT ROOMS, 
^MNIEL^GRENIG^ 

ICE CKUl.H SALOON, 

DINING ROOMS, 

LIGHT BREAD, BUNS, CRACKERS, 
be, t,c. 

Iced Soda- Water and Lemonade. 



A GRIST MILL 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS 



HAT MJ 






IMPORTANT 

FARMERS OF DESERET 

mwi siL©®a stosh 

PANTECHNICON. 

iiiiii iiiii 

a:<d NOTIONS. 



aa^ ®£oaa 



CL0S1NO OUT I CLOSING OUT! 

©&H&T QlHEMBtSBEBETirB 

CASH B U Y ER S. 

uimtwitii 

JJAVR deiormiutKl to lell out their splendid STOCK 

«■ o o'd s 

LOW FOR CASH, 

Fancy Prints, various brands, 
4-4 Heavy Brown Sheetings, 
Hickory and Denims, 
CoUonadcs and Satinets, 
Bleached, X Bar, aud Jaconet Muslim, 
Irish Linen and Linen Sheetings, 
Hosiery, Trimmings, and Notions, 
Ladies' and Gents' Boots and Shoes, 
Hardware and House Trimmings. 

TEAS, VoFFEif SUG1R, 



WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL I 
TRY US! 

MW GOODS! 

Do.UKSTK'X, HICKORY, &o„ 



DYE-STUFFS, 

Crockery, Window Glass, G. D. C, 
Kettles, G.aaj .Snyi/i,.,, fc. 



G It EAT I N II [I U L ill L N T » 

CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL &~~ LAWRENCE 

MERCHANDIZE," 



WW. JlMMg 
MiScflANDISE, 



Groceries, Hardware, Prints, 8heeting», 

Bine Drills, Tickings, Hickories, 

Denims, Flannels, etc., 

Bacon, HTirai, Barley, or Oats. Cask 
not refund. 



20th WARD WEAVING FACTORY. 



r:,v.!:r;. 



::;\ ?;&,•! 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[Jilt 16, 1862. 



"GOD BLESS VOL. 1 



v,ilb Bonus, toasts and varioi,. kinds! their farming oper.t.onf; tbeu- public and 
it coiiblilulc-d the principal cere- their private improvements, as rapidly a. 






„i°""zr"i r ,i m 








been verily so, and to tbe fullest extent aut.c- 




AFFLICTIVE OCCURRENCE. 


b.r.ll.e.1 lolo 11,0 Ctl.ir 


i-c and sx years old, son of Mr. B.C. 
Hi, whose residence is near tbe mouth 


Tbe season tbere, tbts summer, as in all 
northern counties, Is nearly a month later 

represented as looking remarkably well in 
most, it not all, the settlements will be late in 


l h ||.Te' l 'l',.,'i',L.'^n''c'i.l 




coming to maturity. The floods tbere, as in 


H^iir.*t*'ir,H,ci'," 






,.c of fiflccn or twenty minutes, as damage; n.orc, as reported, to roads and 




i 'search was in. d for without bridges '.ban to cultivated lands. Most 








bis prints for hie safety. 


mountains were destroyed by the high 


tin remsmuo tbilr ro 



Dicb: 



nd Hciu QVbvjcrtisements. 



be in a moat healthy and ilouri-hiitL' \' )T J : : , '.. ,,','. '" '[' ', i:: ' v '\ '■ '|-Vr\\" T 
(li. The range for stock waB never < ordi-r in.ro- am. 
Cattle, sheep and horses running upon _ " — ; 






ABSTRACT | strayed, 



ht'-c general "search f.r X- ^ W J ' "' '''" '"' T " Vl " h '''"''' h 
tinting, and, on Friday I 



CICLRUKATIO.NS ON 



father's residence in 
b which hare come to hand from coining in contac 
nearly erery city and vil- passed down the lapii 
•a of Discret the people ob- its lodgment. The cr, 



and was fouad, had i 



tbe re polls been receiv 









In .id.lit U> the reports of the doing 

at day, for which space haa been give) 
mir lii.'ii 'a in Iron and Sanpete- may t 

«m! II at tiny an; h.nl in irm--iuli -in- f n 
[b far away, we give a synopsis of ll 

xln^situ that tl.iv. which Hit- lVscr.M.u 



m v i;:: 



rtable j... 



going 



so i ill k ni'Ai n i;v iiuu\\*::i.\t".. 






On Tuesday 
At Parowan, the county seat of Iron county, 'named John Br 

10 (lag was hoisted to the top of the i ranch in Provi 



i the exception of f 






Lvas saluted by a 



arge of ar- and Joseph McCarro'l ,tn -! Juhn Gray. They 






IndianB that a cow; 

: of the ltauyon with its leg broke.! 
iving at the place opposite to where' 
;as, the deceased and Joseph flic- : 



t with Noah. 8-1 sterol 

MONTHLY JOURNAL. 
Mostly clear and hot. | ^ ^^'•'''vY'- B 



i/,' m.'L.r t.-ll h- it, V> ti„i. 
C: U ii.:y indcoln. Fin,,. 

A.m. c car; p.m. p.iiUUIv < 



m.nc.tl with sin-in- Ij v tin.- r.imw.-iti dioiiand .Carroll ton 
prayer by Elder E. Dutton, Chaplain. The (the rivor- 
Doclaration of Independence was read by W. timmedialel 
S. Warren, Esi)., and nn oration delivered by |but the &'< c 
William Marsd<-n, I^.|., lulluwctl l\ .tddrcsscs half way, 
by Hon. S. S. Smtth and W. C. McGregor, within « H 



«d the decease. 1 



Paro- 



, Capt. Thomas Durl 



ating down stream o 
iihat position about 
ame to a whirl in tl 









I :."M CK'HI. C'lllXlY. 



. ] h.^Min m.dStripes The 



in force, I, 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



TSriE AND L-33?.T- 



NO. 4. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23 



l.illci 11 r 



iCIlr 



do night, ' a\"' proud of myiiiils aid dallini 

and e'et a good "example before a'l! people. ] 

and kingdom lively members in the body of 
Cb.iil. Br. Ilrigba.n baa said lb it Ibe living 
oraclea. or tbe revelations of tno Holy Gboat 
BbouM dwell in every man, and in every 
woman. We are a branch of tbe bouse of 
Isreal, and Ihe priesthood we ho d raine from 

ti.ely branch of a tbntty tree: for every 



to them by tbe living oracles of God on earth 

should becoioe'onc in Christ Jesu<; a"nd Jean! 
eays "Except ye are one ye are not mine ' 
As long as we are one, and every man doint 

anything tbe^'world Mil uo'agairut "; but" 

Willi ihe' p. old- ,.f'u...l f old, '|, ,'■'.', 
IM i - me ujini, 1 1: i in and 

ore good men and good women enough i 

The p wer of God will prese-rye"^ through 
onr righteousness against any power that 
may come ag.inst us. It is easy for us to 

ron;;!,;. !.,■• in do liiht ,nd atop doing any 
thing wrong-, case tattling and lying, and 
trying to iiijine one aiiolhe, by bearing I ' 

w linens .HI "i our neighbor. Let ub g. 

'■«"" ■'" - : '■'- g prejudiced aga 

i I'r.pl i I i i i loing as w-c w 



l'"-aM.od,. wear.-,,,,. ,,,,.-|,. „.,„. .,,„ r ,,„, „ „ ., ' ', ' 

iwlie, ,„e,.,|,,t,„„|,a,-, he key, of re I - , ,„.-, ,,., „ „ ,- , | , ,. ,, , \ V|1 , „!, ., „., , „ , ,„. > 

! . i "c ,'."" ! ,'u.' ' ' ',',',','! ; 1 1", i' " i ! »"• "' ',' 'i ■',;,"' ';;';' r 1 i i'"i r,'," 1 ;'" ;: , 1 '"-""-" i « ! ■'"■ b'"-«i> io 

'.'„ '^l£^^r ,: rrV ;;: l ; ' : ' : "= ; ' ; : ' '- : :' ::: '*' : »V< !.''-' lei.g^f' " 



il .- .\ln-igl,ly. 

"ii or <iii i;.', 1 :- nw ..'i > ", 

:i ■■-■■ r::; 'V';: h : 



igb' and proper that tbe 



.■thiVi, 1 ,";^! 1 !^"'^''.! 1 i""»i 



, i, 1 !.::,T; , ;M,% , „j 



I hope to have the power and ability t 
peak loud enough for all to hear what I hav 



of God. 1 might truly slfy °t- at *l am a™ 
Er. Joseph Young remarked that tbcrcTas 

I. Said '."l'.'l.,','n'.',,'.",u,', ,','i S.'ee','!,."'/;,"' 

a I '„ in i . I - i .-„, ,- lo'tbe High FrieaV," of w hich 



considered by l'.'der Hide and otl.cn lha' 
this praclice ought to be abolished. I hav. 

a.kol uiy-elf the ou-tio-i whether when w, 

f-Vr.-.l I'v'lb'e pi",',' b'.'ol'ol ibe (I- lll"h',w', 



r whether we 

, -re iik.Mhc'i'r'ui 

wc a ^ltea'° 'i . ' 1 ' I ' 

I ' I , ' 1 \ I „' 

■'id a,,,-,,,,, I...,,, y - lhl , ,., „.,,.„ ,.„., ,, , , lir . , r , „, ,,,„ , , , , 
' '■-. -'..,. ,:, i,„„ n.dghi, „l, „.,.!,, „!„.,,. ,„„' a ,„| ||. „ „.,.,ral 

' . ... i . I- ,,:.,, ot brauckcr. We are our nature and a 



itetl.re,,, If we are guided by the rlgli 

''|i",l ','''" u' i .'o'i"' 

III III 

"hereba 'Tee ""'[""'' "" ""'""' ""' I""!'''' 
nstriictions that wc are nceivlrff we "an im 

t bad n t been broueht llieie already, for 

ieTm" k n'ee™a'r 9 -°for ' thej°c ' motion "l 

ippears to be tbe opinion of sou," il',al''ho„ 
hings must be bo, but I contend lhat il 

!( e i'b.° l 'o ,1°' zi Vx r " s !. v t.'.'ii',i',' : r,', , r';,"" : !; 

ontention in eritai/pl ir"' Aml'V 1,','| i.n'a f' 
hataftei attending a confe , nc- of this ki-d I. 



nga bestowed upo-i us by i 
, people were willing and ,j f , 



h 








VOL. III. 


V of Ibe 


II™* 


cm 
























"< He quieter, for 


a, 


II, - 


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N. 


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",. 


I!"- Id's up of .'. ui 


Ibe ,|„ 


£ 


':.;;, 


I! 1 


.-is lei u, l.e ,n-rgelif in 

us"b',"l'l','|V."l '■'t'us ie 

'"■ an lab 'US Io build 

1 1 1 

uil'iling of' thai kin. "i.,.' 








, el IMlll Ihe ,,|.pi,.b.,'i,M, 


■ !;//;,; 




"i'.'i 


eli 


';:.",■ ,'„'',;' '; ';;';.' ■'■"' 


■ii'i'.'-ii 


;/'; 


1 


^ 


- ,,; ,- n, if Wi at, 

kiowb.lg.. fioin'l -■ 



ti 


illin'e 




ndtn. 


lhe'|.l'.d.'.U:l 


lie 










, i 


.1; 


'ia'kehob 


prov 


l„ G...I and 


:.'.'. 


il ,„.,. 


" ', 


■'cf'i 


e.' log. He I 






'flu. I, l,;-,li 
f learnlu;; on 

oo rr a°,nTf!'hi 
p.ovi'ng.and it 



lily lives. Let 

l,g',l'.|.',"ot II- el. 



ie He!, l.l.o 

'jiy .'.:'; ,'."i- 



/Vi^'/ii 

\. :-iidli' 



" o'r'.' ' II y il e" "e"tcr,bi°y. ""lie" first t 



purchased by Ihe rede. 



Ibe ,., .line ,d Una il,,,,,.!, a,, I l.ii.g.bun ha 
■ a hi. I. ,d I.) lb.- Almisli'y pr.w.i -I I.,. 



,",,';'■"" h,'."i'.'' 


,e all Iho knowledge and 




e Almighty i« ready to 








rogreas in Ihe knowledge 


ee'ii'e.e" ,'id'b 


hinge pertaining to our 












e true then but I hardly 






-bull Ibe I,o 




''i]r"iln."l','i> 


:^7^>^i 








0,1 instead of cv 1, h.ppi. 


i'"" 1 ' •<" 


geneiallj, and it la aleo 



i, r ,p', ! ","Ti?' :> i°e;i 1 . , ,n„u'",'; l ;"".' : 

tliepeople'a year ago by ibe j 



lie p „||e 

tie polio, 



■ihia baa bun imprea oil forcibly upon our 
inds, not only hire but north and eoulli, and 



ii.' i:,ej'.',i...','„'i',l;,'o. 11 ...Mae.-t.:-. , plead- oar III) » Io 



^'l> 



THE DESERET. NEWS. 



[Jm-Y 23, 186?. 



""m "y the 

n ,1, 



,7 rt to «HJ"b. ft br."! 

■ obey tbia counsel] 



,...li.,ly my n.-ighlu.i .. ' 1-.-../.1 .- ought "l>v.iya 

i;'...'i,.','i' '!h v .':.'...' 

It la fully proved in all the revelations III it 



of Go, 
l&a-! n 

Ml .I',.,' 

Hod of tills world hath blinded the nun. 

I-I ,n.,uig.n|..-l ..I' rims', who n lh- iniui 
<: »l il.l a u them." Tint »■ 

li.itii'ial'lhau Nil. winch wit] ,,.|..s aw iV 
I" '.« "I"'.'- Tin-' il.l'". ,»..]' (;...!. 

.'.al.'.'i'.l •' I.il.l'r.',; .'.'l'' Hi"' I'.illi.r'or 

ings of' tbc Spirit of Un'li ilni i. willini 

■ '; ' ' "i '''"i-.li"! (-: '..lies. .I.irul...n 

" 'ii ■•'I'l'iin'!' i. ,;',., ;,.',", ";!■',, "'..'j'liis 

ni.i.i'.M.U ami .sl.in.l in i, '-I. .si(i..ii I., an 
l.'.s |,f„. So tar us ni.lllb.iid yield l„ I 

do..''.' Ada.,, and Vi.e del , ,',(', ::, I ,'"'., u 
si) . .a I, n l-Li.isll.' '.. Tim., 11, y', "Adam 

»b a c 8 8hall°bo r ea,f" ""child bearing,' if" 

uitli sobriety." ''fii,. enemy of all i j- l t r ,. 











hi'l'd'-'l.' ihi 


,1,1,1, 








1 II 




























ffffi 


IMIV 


i'.'l 


. .1 


■•Ma ,;",'.",., 
































•trulh 








111 Li -.11 o 


actions. IVIi 






truth 


the 


.,: 


to! 


111. Il.'ll.ll 



.?;;"?:, ■:... 









do a thousand 
ioV I iomeof°hebe.toi 



, d,,,.,,. not ll.e purchaser to get from 
'or. than the animal Is worllp, I v. 1 



Y.h^?iblliliSl« be the'",', li'.'r.r ,','•' 
every w,..,,g way. A tiav.-hr rod. n|> on 






lo... Inilil, ,, so, loin-, •lh,-. .-human 
will tat. lb. lib.riy of d. II. ling vv. 
lay of my hrttlir.li Willi regard to Low 



nnored with five dol 
Id humor her. If I 



.itl.s, anvltiing, ami scalier, waste, ami 

'Vi'i ',■';•', " i'''^'l'''''' l Hir^ i S' hd '™ i 

ugld 1,,'U.i', "ami loam to know food 'lion 
•il, right Iron. win.,,-. Our Fa' lo..v.i 

li .' n"l,.Ve ..n^um.'i.'i'iig' tio'l..,:-" x" U Mt 
■-■ries hood and calling- a, a minister of salva. 
ion must be honorid; and if the Lord has 
ilaced me lo be the head of a family, lei 

l!\u" , ^'uN'.''," , h'r' : u''!, , 'f'li , iuf,'lf diH b enT^ni 

.,-' Iii'lv ..liable. |,y 'ihe'al'd of "t ,',": 'V S- ]■ 1 1 I' 

" When 1 was first married I w.ib told tha' 

my wile would ru'e . ver me. because U» 
too indulge, 

r; : Tr 



, ;,,„; „!„,, ,, people „t 1,'od submit to it is an utter impos! 

Let our wives be Ihe weaker i -,1s, and 'he Columbia colle B 
men be met., ami show Ihe women I y their etc the p. das.,, 

"'oln'.'i.d ..b.l.'v '.', l.-.-.i i'i,',,r wiie in 'o Insular attention is 

presence. I want the brethren and sisters lo beat on 

luridly manage lb ,r all us I The Heat at 



generally nothing 



1T1F. i.\n.i.i.i:rir.w. i>i:\ cXOi\mi:.\ i 



II naturally^^nd eagerly follow I be 
arc frequently l» 1 ""'lj['»J JJi'"."'/^^.'/^^!! 
j i iblS*>ap"b«lth* Md°'illtelleo^ in,'gbt°be 



Thoughts and persons \ 

Sit 



glimmering thro gb I 



rx?!V*zt"i 



natic and salutary developmei 

I |. la. ii,'-, or s, .in. -II. n g which 



r°eatio a ii,princiJle S d C e 



ison from analogy, wo 
irtment of Ihe L rd'8 



will be fully del 

ns by orealiug a cor 

accordance with 11 

ml knowledge, so 



right band si.'e of Ihe li c place, at Ibl 

ti , e giving her to nndc, .-land that you are the ;' 

master of Ihe bouse. Hut wife, 1 have mad. 



! I ' ,1 ' l\l ' '' „, , lf . 1 " ! 






'T-.a.-.ir.iiesigbtoftneeye 






or n'faiil/ca'i'.ae'i'iy, tui'i.ai'e'suuk Uncut.. ' " lull Uu.'decl ediy lid ac'hovd 



■ pupil- simply asgu 



I haling hi. pupis l-.iii, questions an- 

I 1 ' II t ' ' ' 

s, the lessons are systematically arranged. 



M'l.y. ato 1, history. T.Ks.t.,) i, 

oi.St.oll , 'H.,111, u.i gra 

i..r; liH. 11. drawing; II l„ 11, ,-.,,1 „g ,-. 

, I i.i'd. "j'ls -1, n'.-.'ii'.i his",,,'!-' a'-', I t, 



i.:':.v■ l .. , .', , 



ti-ly.according to a printed 

fol owed by a respile'of 



will, us. fill kti.ii.lobe ', 
:ed in°a legitimate c 



ach. The aim of a sound education does 

■d.i'1,.1-' lh lilts 

I I 1, 1 II . I 1 



"''"■d" k'l.v ' "' ' delieat.-. He Frequently 

..,..■' will, lu'.u ■,.,., .-. „,,|,,i..,,.| ,,,l, b.ti 

of the common routine of life, but qui'ie ehal- 



ngly. 



ET 



.tlo-1 In 1 

.ill,' .„, any- 



by tbc more rell cm 

Pflt*j bright stars, but among tl e coin- 

Hcnee, if the , br°ii,'i"°,s ''"'"i' '..m'.V ',l'i.s'eaL','or 
ties arc more or less ellecl.-.l by it. C.it the 



iBOme judgmoi 



,,,m.,,''b'„'."i" 
i requiring 



July 23, 1862.] 



THE DESEREf NEW! 



lected. If is wltl dfflcall, 



ry inferences and 









rnySmlJceT-piTll'sJimrn 
MISERIES OF GENT 



her Majesty's enice. and one daughter annul 
thirly-hve. The nann-lite. Da. - - 1 1 . dually shut 
the door against ber Becoming a wife, mother. 
or mistress ofa family. Em why? Why, 

neatedjy asked it. iDo most >resei|ig mVnnu, 

His.-!^: .'Vha' .". -'^t'tLwk mfS 



'.;,;,:.,':';:.:;;,: 



of the most indut 



.< tin. delicate la.li, at fire o'clock, vi 

...ly a' .-In,.: he.ny )rm.it,, long he 

"'■"' ■ " U ''""'• "•' ' tingthedownyj 



■ person carried do- 



■■AhM.ee » I, „',■„„ ,„,„„. N<1 ,„-e have and ["he™! !',?.' %". °, boanl ot »""■» ""■»>« 

o .lawyers of education! Ate you a lawyer, God and humaiiuy , t„ WeWm™ °[Za*i 

-«^' l ' , A!'!^';, , '"; 1 ;;!;':;VTn.::,: : ;v■;: 1 :: l ^'' , . '::["' \ : '/ri :: '■■■'■ : \ :: \ :: '' , ''''' :: " ; ■''•■■ 

•'.''■'V'i'w'mi !■'!",. !,",',','. , ,;'; , . r . ,,,',',' '';", ''■" "i, s '- """'''"■ ■-' , "' l 'i'-H'a"' l 'r.~r",'' , ' l ;.",'' l ,,, ( .n : : 

Al the ,.„.!. „,,„> the bnlliinl voillir ami "■"""I"" '1 I' ' ng cleik Itl.lie 

r e, i„.l...l ,„,, a ,,, ,'.'„■'„,", " V", ' '■ * '' ' ' IT »nd n I k in the 

arc, which read— uuiiiaiure once r,„ h,,„, pi , 1 1 , .• I ml at Si. Paul, 

Sine eh.ua! I e'"", 1 ,''' '■''"''''' f P° l >™«> ' OWO Of 

Ncwaik.N.J. ,h',d,.n'i'' l |; i !: l :;'.'''I "," ': .'f^'." e°spen".e 

The man seemed delighlr.l. lie ,-laii I 1 1,,' ,,,, \\ , . ",! „ J' '"""'""" 'I 



i,:;,,, 



very, man who 



alf footer came in with 



I"' ' ' I""- "•■' Im '" .m'iuchi 

'■" I 1 ? 1 ''" y '"'■■ ""iy i" emiKi 



.■ ii.ij.ii i! > ..I I... haul. . healthy and 
austed in active mental labors i the lie; 



oteback to their families and Ir end- I! 

i.l. ci „t Hi,, maims win, hud been siialcb. 



::::l; 



The Alt ok Dan. i.m, —Dancing used I 
ilimii" wor-hip in lb.. world.' Some 'sect's in 

in which to entrap the young or unwarj 
J'eihips h„:h euremes are wrong in this a 
in most cas-s. There cert mi, Iy ,s no irreligio 






Jones llanlen and Clnl. I.. Elilrrd,) was 
vay up the M.s.issippi 
t a brilliantly dressed 

wastobeseenleisurely^^o^a^n^ 



/fuming t„ a plainly dressed g. 



,:,,.:!,: '■ 



■;"■ . 

■'I do'." ' 

Mine,., 



M,Vu, 



umlgr'. ' The'pn'smi'lr* It th.? bar-wh" wa 

wiiifa Sbefk,,'ife , _wa r ;'seated oi'i'a wheel 
barrow, .umking an Indian pipe, and Mv.ai 
in» that he could whip ai,j three men on th 

•'Good God! gentlemen!" ginned the edu 



The ple.l.ll g |,„ll-e 00 W , 



Ircd Veres of prrnry." 
I i i w i md cided and waver- 

I ,' tterrs.aners'ir , t 

th of hia chain, upset the wbcel- 
and swore if the man didn't tail, 



fynilbaricmpl,. 

(..,.„, ee „.,:, ,.i,.. 



' '.'a 'me , n I miginl,,,,,; ;,,,,! Oiler In 1 

e.eiveil ai Ihe door nearly enough to CO 

"a '".l"' a, Ihe ilepnly [Way.,, stepped 

■•lla.i. ).,.. cul a leinne, sir, for 1Mb ' 



"Don't I.,, I me, aiil'' I know what the law 
I hold o/Iice, and you must pay up or miz- 



Nf.w Kind or Si-i»m,AusM.-Hecei,tly, at 

ic of our Indole, while a parly were l,„i,linr, 

..a'-' v'l'ii i' 77 "To "'I v",e °'l "fb""-*"""',* 
tTofcwos'eo'met'hiii" ,",'! .,''"hc' hnni.'l' "',','■! 
jf a "medium." ■■How a medium: " 
d the Landlord. "Why," replied (he 
wag, "I can do a good many mysterious 

.'I'l'lmni lou'e'liing'it.'" ' 'i'lie'"'^'^!^" offered 
e, h, I him Unit lie could not. The wag per- 



eference-my good fellow— to first wheel-barrow, and by 



said that Mr M. ha 
,s,r,Iarntbatper s 

is |,|,ci.iih lil'- by ilinllt. 
Wi.lia bouiidlhai would have been credit- "By no means, sir. , I never retract / 

I || , ](-u .],, J,, n, f .jr |, i t ''.■■<>'■' '"■ " u,:il ' '''"' ''" k "' v " u nl '" ^'iiioniK. i' MiiU 

pMnv.raic.i.m-n.ill, eluded the gra.p rone broke and that you flre"itf perfect h« 

bis client who bad now broken from the 1 have: punciflfa, tir; it IS Baid of me tl 

■ of the almost never deceive." 



'Win, e 

Vlial i, a .Mm 
Le.„ inn Ihe e! 



VttS DESERET NEW! 



[July 23, 1862. 



mm 



i>:-\ i, \ i n».\i ii.! on: 



; President, on bis return to Wellington 
bis visit to the army of tat Potomae, is 
:ohave expressed murh satisfaction in 



Ws 



THE CONTIMENTAL TKLLCRAPH. 
That portion of the Telegraphic Line e) 



SL1AS SMITH ...EDITOB AND PBBlISHRR 

W~erfueN(iny, July 23, 1862. 

THE TWENTY FOURTH OF JULY. j 



tu 'e of tlio peoplo fo 

of July .eighteen bun.li 
Tbe committee of ai 

Elijah F, Sheets, Ed 



lily applied it ' 



' and ex ' cl " 1[, ' a " alon ^ rede"" 
: many offices and men of _ . .. 



pti-vrn 'lioi^n 



null! fine 



The enemy weresaid 
ind desperately, hav- 
putpose of making 



:c ° not a Federal soldier killed in the engage- "hem" I 

',"' . """'• ' .limb! 

*"■ I On-thc morning of the Fourth 1 



•a of the I 
right wing 



grea 



K-sler,J..bii Shaip a,.d A 




According to the pro 




beendraunupby thee, 








At sunrise, a sal.ito w. 


be fired by a sec 


tcm nt <l(.ijor LMd's Art. 


lery battalion, fol- 


lowed by muse by the 




MaHial binds of Ihoctty 








after the firing of the firs 








lop of each flagstaff, ove 




aad from many private residences thioughout 


the ci'.y. 








assemble at their leepec: 




in the several Wards on 


oiganiaepi.p ra- 








i.ht O'clock. Tbe 


procceioo will be forms 1 


under the direction 








tant Marshal. Win. 


der and McKean, and be 


ready to move, at 


nine o'clock precisely. It will, as arrange !, 


he composed of, and formed as follows: 


Tbo Nauvoo Brass Band; Major Ladd's 


Bstt.ilion of Artillery, p 




aad S.ripet; Pioneers; Co 


nmi.teeof Arrangc- 


ra-nts; I'.rst Presidency; 


Cliaplain; Twelve 


Apostles; Presidency of 


the II gh Priests' 


Q lorum; Presidency of lb 


Stake; Members of 


I'.o Hi.h Comcii; first 


Prosideny of the 



, f],vi\. fi.jhlinp, JelT Dav 



the evening of ihe 7ib, but on seeing a couple 
of pieces of artillery brought forward and 
placo.l in p sition, tbe attacking party re- 



; OX THE MISSISSIPPI. 



'i i.h Ai'i'i;-.' \nii\tj i;!,i> tion. 






rail Monroe on li 
s, at Ilarr.soi 



dgging. 



Vicksburtri by tbe gunboat 
i.tlj considered , ot very prae- 
e tl c plan of changing the 



cuts of Conimoj] School*; Precep- 
Hujh Schools; Graduates with 
educational instruments; School 
Association; Dcseret Musical 
; Eallu'e Brass Band; Twauty- 
: Men in uniform; Twenty-four. 
ir 8 in white; Sdioola from tbe 



the Legialata e dm 
Salt Lake Coiintvi 



I Ci.'.-n River, one 



Soventb, Eightb, Nimh, 
Twelfth Wards; Select 
Ward Schools; Represei 
and Navy; School* from 

N.nete'enlh and Twent 



Light 

Oa leaving the Rowory the procession will 
march through some of tbe principal atrctls. 






Major Rorane,] 



passing the residence 



win unquestionably I 
« p-ople, i a attenda! 

partleipanta u tbo 



nd Uarin.ui were 
f Captains Haigbt 



. Tooele,' one- 


ference with McClellan, after which tli 




frocceded to General Sumner's beadquarte 












nine o'clock in the evening. 




In a short ad.lress to tile solili rp, (ha P 










il Duncan with 


that he should go back satisfied. It lud be 


Vothing to our 


reported (hat they had teen whipped, but 




was not sn. He knew they would prove eqt 






Captains Horn 


without going into Richmond. He had be 


ehind Captain 






Imd se.-n, be would return t, Wa.hinjt 


had some clifK- 


sstsfu-d tljat all was right with the army 




tbe Poto i ae." He declared his confidence 








and bad the confidence of the country." 


Missouri river 


There was a rumor ia circulation that a 




o'her engagement had taken place licfo 


ve recurred et 


Richmond, oceurrirg on orab ut the 11th, 


hero of the first 


nbich tie Confederates were defeated, b 


which two of 


' o'.hing .1, ■finit, i„ relation to the conflict h 








Gen. Burnslde having joined Gen. McCle 


nnon exhibited 


of five Massachusetts regiments left at Nev 


, some splendid 

' ' ' ," , '". 


been, it „ ae believed that h» would 


el N.'ws Olfice, 


sicond in command. He is said to be a pa 


n could not be 


ticular persons! friend of the Gencral-ij 




Chief. 



......nil, 0, 



D.-Tf.e body of Robert C. 
i was drowned near the Fifth 
in the fib, was found ye tcrday. 



T II E DESERET NEWS. 



WAR ITEMS. 



">y* ill '"| C-n.H. 



ed at Coi 



11.; I!;,- OV.l 



l.g of ; The 



ever.,1 divisions of his army, in fini 
lition and eager for conflict. | fore, 'he packet ships taking from Ne 

Gen. Braeg ».. at Tripoli will forty thou- frequ ntly, more than two millions p 

.orted at Holly Springs and in that vicinity. LATE FEOM ARIZONA. 



The 



If.etbigh. Upon 



rcater antiquity. The people who built and 
ived there have disappeared, and their Btonc 

verpowered by the v. ildcr tribes, or how they 

The country is represented as being rich in 



my and kept o 



cavalry, under S.-..rn , at Tom, kin-v , Tenne'sa'c' rive,''!,'^! 'u'^ .noting' t"'»'.,!'d's cniMi.ceJ >l,.,l they were no't 

, on four companies of the 9.1. Pennsyl- c t.att,„,e, u j;.,. Tho Confederate , o.ces there c .ptives, most of them re 

a cavalry, early in the morning of July ' „,,,,, „ .,„, ,„ ,, ,„ ,„. „ „..„,„„.,, , „,i.. r the dwell n e .. A few of them 
. The Federals w re, in the first instance, \ iiT „ ilm ot Gen. Bragg. j take the oath of allegiance I 

to t stater er.allymodi- MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS. FortYi.mi. T;.e pro; e.ty 

id and a few taken prisoners, and that At latest dates, buainess at Memphis was ii/cated for the use of the Vo! 

of the enemy were killed. represented as reviving, and that northern ceremony. 

aerese.ms to have been considerable ex- merchant, were opening stores there which General fa, let,,,,, on enle, 

ng the Unionist., in consequence ' 



GOOD FOR SPANISH FORIC. 
the town of Spanish Fork, In V.l 
it. name, by overflowing, 



.rmlng 



of the Micbiganders, and repulsed their a.. 


the uncertainly atten 


■Bilants scleral times with great slaughter. 


The tremendous bom'.a 




ho'ds on the Mississipp 


and fall back towards Nashville, and subse- 




quently surrendered. Gens. Crittenden and 


represented by the offi 


Duflicld of Indiana were reported among the 




pris nere. An attack on Nashville was 


havoc male by ,hcm to 


(eared and preparations were being made, ly 




placing batteries on Capitol Hill and other 


The treaty made wit 


commanding positions, for the reception of 




(he enemy should they appear. 


Washington, was, on 


A subsequent account of the guerrilla attack 


the t.blc by the 3en.it 


on Murf.cesbotoieprtseuls that, in addition 


The Government has 




lions of dollars to loa 


Tlh Penusjlvania also participated in the 


for in the treaty. 


light and lost two hundred n en, and that so 


Southern r. porta >c 




Moore, of Louisiana, 


Thirty thousand dollars worth of commis.ary 


tiou urging the destrn 








ders. He assure, the 


ed by Gen. Breckinridge and Cols. Parrot and 


independence ol the 


Bail... The town of Lorain had also fallen 


euloga-. the man who 


Into their hands. 


lean, recenly for pulli 


Bands of guerrillas are also retorted to 


flag, a. a martjr. 




Some Federal .oldie 


of Memphie, and to guard against en attack 


released from impriso. 


Irom them the forlicationa there were being 


reported, on their retur 


.lengthened. On the 12th, Gen. Grant issued 


uiost kindly treatment 







Iww militia a»4 a band o£ gu< 



r m the eommsnoer oi- mat department. 
A few weeks since a strong force of Fcdc- 1 r, 



Sectary of State. A 



,ky shops and gaming 



ng. The Hood prevailing for a long 
t one or more deep cha. nels across tho 



le thoroughfare. 
I. is well known 



ith Mexico, by Mr. Co - 



;eot cal] tor, troop» t which. a«em. not to be as 



rd on the east side of Utah Ulf 



they can pa., and rrpa, 

This is not the first 

Spanish Fork have take 



cf a past people » 
of an old walled 



such matters they : 



■ McJTns a'>*"S« built b * ,l " 0v " n 
ail Company, of which the parties, or 
t them were employee.. With lb. 

ttlKm a d.acbar ? e (urn «erY,c*, 



Titt CESEftET NEWS. 






EGG-rRODUClXG AND rHOFI TABLE 



y \ 'i' ' i 

II,-, Cm-; ,' ,, 1 ,, , I, -. I: ,1 ' 



'Hi., i.'i '.i 'i,','ii '.l,",",! , '. 1 '."'.'(!!.'i''!! 
ii"- - /■■ .ii i.'-'i.'. ...I.! ■m'i'.'.j. '"-,',', ■'.!','. 
-i' i'.i' ''ii'.."."..'.... 1 . ,-i,, ,, 'i'",i", 1 i"- , '"« !.!!;',,',; 

II"- seme, ..lily hI..j.|..,1 .1 l.i.l,. |. .,,--, 



;;;;:i:,:::.. l :.};:;^. , ; i ff 

.li.l the fi.i-t y,,.r .-ui.i „,, 

•■-■:,, ' l ' | " | 'V' ll » ( !" il..''y..,i'r. They arc 



,'o'i,;,,:/:: 1 ,';.- 



| , 'i,'i'w,!li.|y"ilill"B°d." tr> '''' a ' ee ' eBC """ ^ 

rtVh,Kc b P o't u «i 






SANPETE COUNTY. 



Sociely'a Catalog 






ompletcly sub r-- ,1 :n,i |,,„| ,,, „„„.|, 



V , ,'"( , ;' , '~' , ","" r J";' r !i, ,V 






Ji..., Es,i..Tr„ 



-V. .LI.- l-wll I „,,' I,., 

."::"' .mi ' 1 i. i.:l. I.."- 

"i ...in,. .hll.-i.nl I,., 



foil,; lo let-in k,,-|, „g lonli,,- i' 9 ,j :, 

<,,,<-r g- i.e 11 1 io.i.Ici Whi e Dorking 



.""" '"iil'-'f" in- -.'li.i-l ..-,.'.. n.il hi, .HI,.,, 
Is .1 cross Wtweeiithe Sllvc, -penciled Ham- 
burg cock anJ Uhite-crcstsd Ul.,ck Poland 

tien. Now for laying there i« „oil , lo 

•l" : I". I'l ■' surpass, either in con- 

\iirH6crI¥S{fo?if3 

les'sD'orkiiiss.' This c?^l°b™nf "nortfeera 

,,, s i,; ; „,„i „!,,,, ii.,-)- 1,.,, ,. ij,,i,i„.. r ,,,;, ,_,,,, 

perhaps" hSiiy any" f,-aih,'r'i'' ."-""Ibem' 'Ii',!- 
liav'e 2 ftaniUIHI c'T'l '" "'" '"' M ' 
Clhcr." 'They arc .om'ttMl'pluu.Tg."^ 

„ll IIL-lll, -1ll,i begin lo I,,, ,,-.,,,„ ,li r ,,.-l|y. 



Al 

n:i 

i''.U I Ii r"VfVl"Muou" e 

corner «IWita,., ',,'nw", [',' ' r ''\ J 

poii^a^.oY;-,,;;,^^,:.; 1 '';:;:;;;;;':; 

HSrBS^F^^"""^ 
seats in Hie GonvenUon. ] "° smt ' 2ai '" tate 



"-II 'ii, -, ii"- winch, i, -.ill-.- lli.lli.O have I 

i" iiii.oi ii,,- ,'-.'.,,- ,--.,,,,,,).." u'i,„„'" 



i|'|,ly- Ii.-.,-. -mi,; I,..,-, , !, ..„..'p,, ,„,.,, 

'"'- I-' ■■"•■> ■ ' ■ I-' '-."I = -■-:.. I ii, 

"-■ |.r..,l,,.il. ., ,„ g„„-l busine a lenses." 

F «■ f."iis„i„ Fun, i.-TheF, 



■i ; i,c ^n,'™ 


- of tins ,. 






,„,!..,-, 1 u 1 


it h,,,l ., ,.- 


cvr"yin!ng\n','," 


$S 






















!■" r.Mae.i bcrc, 1 




,-,,„,',', aii-l here 1 




orchards-ll.e al 


■i. It "1 s,, 



,",;:: ! ;'!. 



.ibrei.i'he'p, .....,„ < ;.;',,. 



iib to promote every good and 
•II evil, I subscribe myaclf. 



l-l win's linn,,, I.o.iritso CaKMOH.— A 

win, of Belmont county, Ohio, for a breecl'i- 

lo.nlmg ca,,„o„ that has been examined and 

'' ' 1 I ' I ' ' ' ' '•"''" ' 

,'-"'"" i.iiii-iii.I) -pt,,i nr„d ,i simple, elh- 



Itcan be dis 



V" l ' 1 '' w '"■•;> I'lirposcly lo a high heat, 

bough it cm be ,li.,-hat|r,-,l ct,i,li,,„ally all 

l h"l!Vli l, ih-,' , ,'r , U,e l "l„nhl" 1 ' 1 ^ 11 ' ,' ,"" " 
cetion to gunners, a,, dTu,',,' I ,'. ™k ' ' M i in - but 

urn.TrJ «",| l ."''"'" v ""■ ° ""™ ! °'"" s 

nrther to protect em. ,,.",,' ,,..,i' -I ',, ',' halt'.' « t 
nf.ii.lr) II,.-. r II 1 



-ii lli- s.,,,,e principle. Co 1 . Stewart, if 

to Becurc E uropean pa tenls. 
Make a Bsoimmko!— If vou do not ber-in. 



•- '-'- ••",.! Il-.n-liv ci,-, 



y:;ru\ 



v... by Mi r lii. I )i 1 ,» ththel'e B end 



;ini^-;.:;aSKirf. D v^^. b s 



J four tbon.ari.i dollars, „ ,,.-,, I„ y,,„, 
-,,-.-. A',. ." . ,„ 

-I'.in c-'-i s; .-,,,:'. „i,,-,, ,,,.,, -, i ,„,,. 

1 I ' "f -..',,,,,...,,_ „, , pi 

alrSEHsSff 

..!„■ I,,-.- -[Newburyport ; Hera ld. ■ 
"='r"hL'e s ',a I "on ,"be* V o K -eT J ° h " ' 

,'" !,.nii-iy J ,"n!i:'n„ ; i;;r,,"'r,,Mu' 



y.KX:r: 



"id l-i,",-- biithly l,-i„ heial, es- 



iied.»— [fjr? Eeilo 






o^bia-y-K; 5 ™; 

brought liand-culfed 



^t> raoullv and sonorous 
Magplaeh — MeshezaE! 



m any chapter Ilever read to yon, and ye 
ii carry home aB much of it, and ye will 
try as much of it in your daily practice." 



JutY 23, 18G2.] 


THE DESERET NEWS. 


31 


©cucrcil Notices. 


©encrctl Notices. 


©encial Notices. 


(Scncrctl Notices. 


H^w.walr^'ss 


W. F. ANDERSON, M.D., 

Q-P.r.on, Inow.ns ib.m'.m. iniUMrt lo too for 


f,lE^Tf" l T"' l " d ^"?^ 


CLOSING OUT ! CLOSING OUT I 

SSl^lf QfflSlStElEIlEl'lFS 

CASH BUYIUS, 


si^fS^lips 


-v t nT[CK is h.rr,-|.y clv.-u 1 |»l ■!! ..>,.. r.-i.li i.V 

^ ,i'; , . j .vj !);' [. 1 ;v!,ni' 1 -.;^-] , 'n. , ; ! !;.. B -"u -u ^.-V^.r v,;, r UI ,v 


$*Jgg&3n&*%$ 


HEN RY~MAI]1SN, 

SIGN WRITER AND ORNAMENTAL 

PAINTER, 

SEVENTEENTH WARD. 

liTTIE.^HTOT '& ZITTING, 
FURNITURE AND CADINET MAKERS 


raPIUtllGSHO. 


■*■»» >— -aaggi^ 


i^^k^E^c^sz 


» a cTii g 


A^sr £ "" K ' Ko """" i: ™" £ 


K'$$W0y'¥^'P< m ™ 


LOW FOR CASH. 

Fancy Flints, various brands, 
4-4 Heavy Brown Sheetings, 
Hickory and Denims, 
Coltonades and Satinets, 


» »i'/«" L«rt.'. , .".! , Lr"'""" '"""""" " "" toTr"' 


WANTED, 
BY MRS. E. 0. READ, 

STRAW, STRAW, STRAW! 

SEASON OF 18C2. 

MRS. C. 1C. SAVAGE 


iy« ,„„i,., „,„..„, ,„„ „ , r.„, ,. . '■''■■idx-'d, X Dm, and Jnconet Muslins, 




J. C. LITTLE'S MACHINE AND WORK 
SHOPS; 

FURNITURE AND CABINET WORK, 
A CRIST MILL 


Hosiery, Trimmings, and Notions, 
Ladies' and dents' Boots and Shoes, 
Hardware and House Trimmings. 

TEAS, TmUr SUGAR, 

Spices, Tobacco, Snuff, Fruit, ttc, A-c. 

WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL 1 
TRY US I 

are tiiiio 

NEW GOODS ! 


;^; , \/:;:v'sr:»-;^::,ii:: L . , s,;u™, T d 1 : b L n .! 


illiilllll 




ft 

THOS1AS UAWKES, 


DOMESTICS, HICKORY, tic, 

DVE-STUFFS, 
Crockcy, Window Glass, G. D. Caps, Brass 


uts'H^ "of'ff" s 'Y'!fl 


QAME ,0 W ,.ncb, o'bou, «,. ^ .,.,(». POXIES, 
oo. ro.o m.ro, brooded n a on ».., Ib'.bi lb. 


mla i [S.S. k "'*° m ' 


Br.n,'. m <•■ »"!» SI""'. bBo.rJH.oilH. 3-11 


LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS! 

JOHN C. TATTON, 
HAT MANUFACTURER, 






GREAT INDUCEMENTS 


°'i;°";::'iriS;;;:s^;S°rS';..=ripc,on..i 


.,vE ;N ::,rH»','::'£:^ 


CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL &~ LAWRENCE 




pEil!!5:!!!:: 


MERCHANDIZE, 


Ob, ... „ so.d peopt"™ Vo, „o, b,..,b, 


::^tr":V°x\'::ziZn''^^,"^!""!i 


V;;^;;:x;,":"r'" , .!;,.i , . , »';, , ,",,'i;i;,'. , M,;,™o',, , 


IIASKET-.tlAKINC 


LOW PRICES. 
Feb. 10, 1863. 33-li 


lilill;118 r ' 


GEORGE BONELLI, 19th Ward. 


.v.".'.'. !.',',..'",'..",;,'*';!," ,",',"'. !'."!'".!', ,l ;',« !"":.'" ",Z 


wMa «m©§ 

MERC "il AND ISE, 

Groceries, Hardware, Prints, Sheetings, 

Blue Drills, Tickings, Hickories, 

Denims, Flannels, etc., 


^■gssiffrsftSjM. 


HAND IN HAND 

ICE CRE.1S SALOOX, 

DIMINcTiROOMS. 
DANIEL GRENIG 

ICE CREAM SAI.OON, 

DINING ROOMS, 

LIGHT BREAD, BOWS, CRACKERS, 
Iced Soda- Water and lemonade. 

M.jo^Sltfet. DAKIBI. GRENIQ 




CIDER. 
CEOBGE (iODBiRD, 


IMPORTANT 

FARMERS OF DESERET! 

TfWJS SDWDSK SIFGMS 

PANTECHNICON. 
.4.Y.D NOTIONS. 

0, i"ii" l "' r ii"ii"^ 


M.D.-Ao ...ro.n.Moo ot .... Btptl of LEATHER 




A. BERTELSEN, 


pp^rS^SSS 


20th WARD WEAVING FACTORY. 


~^#|g^ZI 


WANTED IMMEDIATELY, 

1000 Bushels of Wheat or Barley, 


NOTICE OP REMOVAL. 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



SONS OF TRAISE FOIl JULY 21th, 1862. o.cllati. 



Hon. Elijah Ward, of New 



CAPT. LOTSMI'l'U'SC' 
war "thatl"' "",.',, 'it.'. 



Spangled Banner. Yankee Doodle, e 

l,°s'"r'j,"ci!..Me,' K?ana P and Jo ™h 
At eight o'clock we look .,,... line 
ni.tler Capt. Smnb and Lio-jte. no 



»h , 



knowledge of 

.-■.Is' ot Iran, n,- .I.n-li.1. .v.M.unt a mae- 

'I.....I h,.|„|, II,- F .-,.,!, ,,,:!. ,. .,. ,|. 

ent. TI.e provincial on is, of course' 

:r ..I >•- hlin_- block, a,, I I „ , : 

' tbisdiffici 



1 by lire Un 



'Engli. 



alf of 



NEWS FROM THE PACIFIC. 



ly 4.932. In lb 
. at least $5,000. 



I S300,000,r0O, of wli 



Tbe San Fr 


ncl.co Pionee 


* grand demo 






ng the corn 


Hall, the tir.l 




•.ho State. Tlie 




In the proce 


• ion-Til. fir 



Mlmal' THE EASTERN OVERLAND MAIL. 



ought through from tbe Mis 



all night but did not Cud. 

^.-During 'the last eigli, or Jfi, ^i^^T' vS'^, 
ere has been a .erica of .boa era, not o: the perceptions come, creeping „„„..; 

ivingstoims, but gen'].- dislill.ninus. ''T 11 '" 1 .■ousel,..,,, c, disengage, ii.clf 
V unattend.d with thunder. Such ' "re.'i "ill. '","!„'.,.", ; .'.",,. : .'." Vn'-' , ,' ' {'Tr ■ '''" 
, in the Summer season, have nol been' thatol '.",! .'..pi'iig 'cImI'.'i',' 'i lle'l,,',',', !l seems'".," 

in Great Salt Like valley in former I i,e ., t , do , , ,., |,| c , he eye 



■:,,,,' , ' , ,,r 



ml w.th masonic ceremonies by the r, 
Latlg. of the fraternity in that State. I ^ 



■emr delivered before (be Society at il. .eve- ' , ,' >'' ., "" 

I anniversary celebralion. in the year,' UP J W"*' for ■ 

. D. 1*0, 1804, is:,;,, l-M, l«;,7, ls:,5, ,„.-..,, " J ;"" ™- B J ">= bye, 
: 1880: debit.. In eh. f1 m v.»ll»» f„, II,. I. S " "" 0f "' 



" 8l J I M«h Sa '.'/ ra °" FIi0M THE SANDWICH ISLANDS, 
ed in lb. city of San The latest dates received in SanFranci.cc 

ation; Constitution of| The pioapeet tor sugar in tbe Islands war 
er Aesociat on; the re- represented a. being very good, the rainB ol 



I 10th ! 8 «enty tbonsan I pounds of fungus and twelve 



K,veral»hock. ( .f earlhruake are reported ' Mond.iy the 21st i,,,,., 
to havcoccurred on the Pi die .1,,,.. „. ,,;,„., """"' """ were declared 
Place. . ince , he f,,,,cr J, ,.,,,,,,,,, ,„.., ,". "'^Z'^PlZi,, 

,m.:',„.M': ;'':'.'" ''■''■" '•'^<^^- r - t. i.'.l, ;.,,,,■,-, 1;i , 



-|C ,1,1,, II Jlj; 

A Sti Too ] 



Su Idenly a 
rs-by, and turning 
men on tbe ground, 



gel.t'.i:,..: 

l ,,;i !";;';. 



UieD: 



Nero ^butrtiscments. 



1" ": " ' 

FLA! 



' ORCHARD FOR 



UNITED STATES 
MAIL .MHHib STAGE, 



L. I. SMITH, Proprietor 



•„'-- , ,i ' N - W - NaKii.Tr., Cl,,k 

•u-a.iemoon. Ibe G S. L. City, Jjly 2id, 18 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



TRUTH AND L.:B3P.TT. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY. WEDNESDAY, JDLY 30, 1861 



VOL, XII, 



N^kf" 'V^''7.i-'':-u ',,.,,':;:. ":v;:::::''u |, ;v:i\£, l r , i!'/;i; , v:'[:.! ,':V. v.-l ! ? ;■'• '.'''.■.■\' : ""\,';. , ,':. , '' j ,' : .\: , :''V:'.':!';'.y':'[ v:;' :: v.'J v,,l l ,, ■ ; ' ; ^' :; ' :i;; 'v' -;>" v ' .""m.."'^'^'^.^ 
","™.Ytt^i,i'o;;''i; :: .!;,';;,\ ,: .:'.; , ;,:> : ;:';. i: ';' :.■,:;",;;', ';;;:'.'!, :',,";';;;; :,"■■;' :'." ;;:.';:. ; , v , ;': :!, . :; ,;' : "] , .i"''" ■''' ; v ,:i: " i ;- , .'.l , ;'..l.'' ;.■':;: :.r.i .,.. , . , , , ,".,-:..f '..'.'"^S"*..^'"^: 



guided by lilt Inn 
gloriouB principle! 



.vorl.l. I-'.,r Hie «amo|l 

nny"b..['„me h "- bf'm" '''"wi dS "'" te 



10 (he El 'era from 



paying IjIin twclity- 

1 ,l..|i.'„, ., I„',,,''|.''.N ,,",',, ";'"!,!.,(' '"I",'" I " 



roii,:.;,:;,,,:,;;, ,,..; ,,,.;,■ ■/, '.;,.',',.* :... , ,:;,:, v;; ;;;:,,, : : ,:;„, ...,',;., ,. ;,„ ,:.:;',,:;;,,, ;.'„:: , .. | ; ! ? 1 , ;';,".', ',■',.",;,;■,■""' "'"""' *'">■ '■- «.».i.i ■-.>■ ■ , e i ,,„,, „u„» „,.,„, 

fut„rosrea(,„ ss „i,;,c ,.,,„, ; , ,., „i„,,,., ,, , „ , „„ w, i, ,, , ,,,. , s. ,,.,,,. ,.,,;,., ,..,,;„ ,.,. Il;c „,,. ■;;;,., „'",",; '";;•; •■';"„ .'■•; „';»» z,Ti;:"Ct, 

I , . r lr-f,& 

r'i. !','.' ,','!■ -l',',,'. .V. ',''.'[ V, . ,' I,',,.,,','' I.,,',l n" i, ... "','.'!,','' ,'.','.''\ N ., '■ ' .', ■ ■"■"''■' '" '"_ "" '' ' '' '' ';">'_ "''''"' '"''"'"' '"' l : ,; lvi : "'""''l "'". li; l'n.m>niiirii.M' m-n!. 



No, we 



u!d bo a Tempi, 

;';„;';;;';;;,:•;;. .;,: : ■■.'.:..;, ;.;;„",„";;: ; M T,'; ::'!'":■ "';:!::i , :j: ,,l ru.:::' ":'.:,' .':;.'.;.,; ::;:;;;:;:v.\::;i:!;':;.'::r,:^;::;'';': n ; l :,'''',:::;'i: , t t :; l .f,:':;':,;:: : ;;!;\;v:;7:!;,;;{£'°" rS ° ) '' 

J?.™ 5 : :£™,^"''. 1 ,, , ", , >: ":^.. us ,. ll :;' [ .." ,c " i, , l ',: l :"..' :l '. l ! ,c ,'' ,'"' .'":?, : !V '"".':!'• "."".■..'''", ""< ■ ! ' : K ■■■.■■■' "■■ ■ ■ ■,'„'„,,. ',,",;,!, .",'. ■ ■■,,. 

"I J, "in I -1 - l,,„,r , |,^il'-"A B 'j' r ,,w!l!uMt l |," v "r ! 'i'r 1 !.\l.''''a°i,'v !l |'i' 



i ami lo heal the eick. 



urposea of the Lor, 



apidly 



Hod. I 
D.iy Siinls-lhat Joseph 



l,.i's e'rvanla °fo"' ma i plain 'Vhe'ir' ml, ',",]'"■ " "m 



pother, and if Hurl, dishon, 

M.'y the Lord bless you: Arnch. 
THE TWENTY-FOURTH OF JULY. 
The fifteenth anniv"eT7,ry of the arrival o 
he Pioneera in these valleys was celebrate 



If 1 1 l,c:e on Tburada 
e be- fleeted the high* 
' ''" We have taken I 






mil Bishops fr. m time lo li,„e, as ||,'e 



PreBident Young 



forth by our Presi en 
hleRBed in bo doing. 






which growa from 



We have not jet . rriied at the f 
f'"tha dispensation, of the fulness' 

, 'he name of the Lo d Jesua'chri 






When Jesus Chi 



A. Smith his ,lw,l, upon Una „F emoon, he 






IiiiI will, f.-ln.si .., CI. .„..! „on, „f Hi,- ,->v, 

,- I .. I,..,:.,.,., I..MI, fill. SI ».,,..- ..II Hi,..,. 

II,,. I'.,, lie, has put in his power. Then let u 
.,..iu,,£ r,^l,,.„us[,e s. Let ev.iy person b, 



u. ill „i.lai,i „.,!, I.y p.,.„,(il,,.,i,[l 

will have enough of nials if Ihey are failh- 

,. If.siist'jii.li.i; [leople by making .it hum, 
everything we need. One of ihe speakers tu- 

'„,',| J ,l!.'i„'e",'l,', k of a"g'"!dener°l'Y,'aJ. ' Wl'i i 

brought iU^wrmy'ftmily^o est; be ^.aitl he 

P„I|..J ti.e waier-celmis before they 



a day long to bdromemkered." 
The arrangement of the day'a proceedin| 

Ilistinp— Fdaard lfunler, assisted by Mcbsi 

Edwin D. Woolley, lUij . ti F. Shoe's, John t 

,lley, Alcnzo II. Raleigh, Frederick Ke 

Jutm Sharp and Andrew Cunniogbor 



.loin, Sharp and Andrew Cnningbaui, a..M 
ed by Deputy Marshals John R. Winder an 
Theo. McKean. 

The citizens were aw ko at eunri e by 
salutation from Major Lad l'a artilfery, an 
the merry peals of bells in various parta c 



old flag." The Nauvoo Band, tlte Martial 
Band and Ballo's Band, on fho promenade 
ileoka of the State House, Court Houbi a „l 
Theatre, reBpectively contributed largely te, 
opening gaiety. 



su 

Nauvoo Band, wilti banner. 

Datlalbn of Artillery.wilh stare and &tii 
ind battalion banner. 

PioneerB' Banner. 

Pioneers, in charge of Mcasrs. Thomas 1 
ock and Joseph Scofield. 

i:<i; r coiit,ii[Liii- : Hit names of Iho 1 



Members of the High Council. 
The First Pcrsiiloney of the Seventi. 
Presidency and Council of the 



THE DESERET NEWS 



I Eleventh Ward:— "We Thank 
1 Mountain Home." 

Twelfth Ward.— "Scions and 1 
Truth, Liberty, Knowledse and 



i Ward:— A magnificent new ban- , Ut 
2 Temple ot Knowledge, followed rie 
with "GoodncBB is GreatneBs." by 
of Zion.» "Innocence will Trl- 1 
"Honor thy Parents." "Purity." ! col 
Army and Navy were repn 



Maescr delivi 
(ant.gesof edu. 
iward progress 

cultu e, and ( 



Wbilo the people in all perls of the gov 
Jment, from the Atlantic to the Pacific 

, from the St. Lawrence to the <;„|f „r Me; 



Presiding Bishop n 



President and Council of th» Teachers' j slitution of the Unite 
Quornm. Violators." 

President and Council of the DcaconB' I Seventeenth Ward:- 
Qnorum. cence." "Union Acai] 

Territorial and County Superintendents of Eighteenth Ward:- 
Comraon Schools. apict." 

Preceptors of the High Schools. Nineteenth Ward:- 



;lon. 

Hope or Israel." "Lion 

"Purelnve Exallcth." 
Hie 24th of July." Un- 
ising over the Waaatch 

ntation of "The Stone 

3ity Academy." "Con- 
id States. Wo. to its 

-•'On hand/' "Inno- 



V.rl-j 



charge of Professor Karl 



Mr. David O. Calder. Four young rue 
the As-.oeia.tion with white staffs preceod 
magnificent banner bearing the inscriptic 
gold, "Descret Musical Association," ill 



C. Dunbar sung the following song 
omposed.by Mr. H. W. Naisbitt: 

thp.ee cheers for our own 
mountain home. 



■cryilnhg 



"'>"*' ' U ] '"' we could not 1-Msi ('■■ii.'. .[■ him niji.- that a ,,,-e. 

"■'"', "d'at'ly The procession closed up will, the M.irlial 

x la. I, a, canying Band and a Battalion of Infantry.co.nmauiiei 

■ v ,.ia S ladies fol- by Major George Romney. On leaving the 

l '"'", """'' )'"">-' Tempi- lll„ck,it proceeded weslwa.,1 l„ West 






painting of a maiden in the attitu 

ehip, touching the golden harp, wl 

head was the appropriate inscripti 

Vo Ihe Lord." Six ladies guided 

with silken cords, and three at 

younger maidens foil 

Other four young mel 

ceded tha third banner of the Association, < 

which was inscribed, "0 Sing Praises to tl 

Lord," with the Tonic Sol-Fah method i 

singing represented. Six ladies gu'dctl tt 

banner, and four score of the juvenile men 



aral young maidena 



Kimball and D. II. Wells, he joined the pro 
cesaion, accompanied by Gov. Harding, Secre 
|tary Fuller, Judges Waitc and Drake, Super 
I intendent Doty, Fred. Cook, James Street ant 



Association formct 



"Secession from Sin, Confede. 

d, Briguam and Truth." 

rdt— "Deserct— we Lova oui 



Third 



ard:_"Industry is Weallh." 
Fourth Ward:— "Truth will Prevail." 
Cod is our Trust." 

Fifth Ward:-"E,ual Rights." 
Sinth Ward:-"Tbe Rising Generation 
ard:— "Pority bringeth Pel 



i Daughter 



"Hail, to the Grow- 



Knowledge.'' 

NinUi VVard:-"Holine., to ihe L. 
IcnJJi Ward:,-"God and Liberty.' 



The Orchestra, under ,h, leadership of p r „. 
"Z°, w > T a"' . l " ay "' ""^-'hcently, 
Af ton Water" and "Muirland Willie." 



rSiE". 1 



c.r;;;,. 



libeity ami the pu suit uf li.ippin 

the iinpreee U nled prosperity ,i> d 



the first yenrs of 



ence calculated to qua'ify them for j 



,e world do not alTurd ., n.^i h. i inslance of a 
iloi.yur a nation rising hi so „l,ort a ■ pace of 
ii.etM.ir. .N l.rat s-tUem-nttoanequal de- 
er >>\ w.^.iUn ,m,| in,!, ■;,,,, ,,.,,,;,.. w ; , ;i ■■ u,!l 
■the rutui e results of Ibe present grand 
■■■ nnwjo,,!,,,,^ ,-, .i-.v.m: t,,i|, p|,., ( . nii - ; 11|!( . 

ignty," and* tai Touf place i ? n the" -family 

ie!e»o our parent: g .vfirmnej.t, ,w,d enjoy 
cry right, privilege and LI. bsiiig . f our eider 



1 the following aridreuB: 



' "'H'. ly -I li, . 1. 1 






and a temple will 
)f Israel's God, in 
pertaining to the 



"»'< l''i.it:btnl word'. H-re we can ereci 
";;rV" '""■">■• i "" 1 **t"b'*8b U'e king 
of Coil upon Hie earthen, h will ,„,, 
andapread abroad in eecmatrical pro. 
alen, until tin» teari and the woei of tin « 



July 30, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEW! 



all be submerged by the healing tide tha 



Mr. Win. Cla 
S. E. Carmichai 






;,;;,,, r 



i>::4 ;e'k^;:' 



"L";."*.*, 



S"?'^.'""^^"^ •■"' •"-'"" , " : v«'" , ' ;:: r ,, ' v 1 :, "i "."'■■^v;"."-,.^- ;::.^/i ■,'.': 



SWSffiSftil; 






. _ . . makes this age SB excel , I - II,, 



''''' "■■'iii ! ''''.''ii''.'':'. ,'',' i,, , .'.',;,'.,"'! 1 ;'. : ' l ',,'', , 1 '"''' '''"'''''' "'', li '"" |, ' , ' : ''if 



,'<■'' I"" 1 " 1 >'■'" ("» d.,h,i l„,Uy 



ayerlo'hea,]. Bu 



triumph, «hn, you lacerated and ble. 
shrank not ,ro,u the prairie brain 
broken Uinta in their way.strengthen 

''"i'ytl.e'uiMeeoingey^lbatwat. 



Thefo'nnd'era'ofoorc! 



tSM»S 



ES33 



m thai has called tog, i 



:. i hi !■, ,,',', sti ties vbo'imfmm, Hi! 1&1, doing every i 

".,.,,,„,...,..,■ „ , ,,..: « . v i .,, ,, e ,„„,, 



a' I,",'",.' ".'"■ '■'"'" ",'. .bil.ii.-i,, in J, mi Html' and 

ildTo'r'ri'l"" "' "'" "" I "' , " : ' 

I, u", I r ]| 'i ;y" ' , "'' ' ' ' 

8 P afe P In P"""'^ °V Cod,'".,','.' Is. and' ',',!, ■,!.' l't"n',- 
y"anu"l ^|> B «m™^«'d^l" > ''i'nd'.''i' : a'' , iuc 3 'orh«a" r ,,i'y 
'to pass ' " May God blc.a you. Amen. 
meiit of National anthem— "0 God, Bless Brieham 
l | "i^; i | - | . V ;»-»» snug by the choir, accompan- 



occa-nu, ,.™ presents itself, i> is nglit and 

no„°Ji,.,'"th.' In,, ',", .ni !!f e "lhe°L°iTed States 

Senate ".""a "lointe"" ""'' """^ °' "" 

irnoi „', lns''llm'',' 1 ,' v ""l h' ,,',' c,!,!,'-' .1',' „!,',".■ 

ndi°,l»ftant U !iut , ies' , |hit,,! , ,t'd'e vol 'e 1 ll'n! 



E 


a mease 


r of pe.i 


e and c 


„d «,i 


I 




ig-i— "i'h-r 




















It, 


YTc-o 


sfi'luTion of 


he Unite 


State 










f his 










, furthc 


























i nr 






















will 1 




ten 


to its V 


olatton 'n th 


sparticn 


«. h, 


any 



litlil I lie Inis es-.il.iis. ed hm la,,;. 

. .ind ,, lb.- r ...'.loins ..I -1,1, „.„M a, II 



kXS&e 



In 


nope 


iod 


ol 


ur hist 


ry. 


,ave 11 






R" 




than a 


epa 




Tb 


Sprl 




BOfth 


















, and 




n« 


o"'lhe 


etvi 




gri 


(and 


ino 




gi but 




people 



..p. .,.',;, ,'..,' ... ,/„.!.., ipa,/ (a ,Wi ..,,,,.•■' you ,ni., .."a! a . e ., c«, ,,. ll.l ed y. lib. 

pla 'is!'],".'. b.'c-!l"is''lb.'ir',.'.'r '.h'»i.'.itiMiV,.'I !,t,', 'i.'.'-n, •'-. in'- to P. a "v ,'!..' and', ',, I yreY, 1,1 , 
hopes. llonesMv .■m',iv.riii In ihe »l nuLir'.l ..I will, the I..' ! e. Day Srii.ls. They 
J.nir c,e..l b an,rr,ilh,..nd.;bou.'h .,,„ nay -..a.. -I ^ ■■ lie a'VJ ihj^ a^lbej a 

desUove'l |Vr,.,'l''appla'aa"i; Ini'tl,'- p,'!'".' r !'d • a.- ' I n V' .". -<i .'I' v."i i"b. "' Uial ,", "ha I t 
Hi, la am, I One lyill l„. ,n i„-i m-.l-i. -1 .,!, .i,|e,,l to l.mi- Iheconnlrj on cerla 



I the Christian | reqni 



; Providence. Al 



r prospered, and ll.a, they. 
at down, and the bumble , 

of everlasting joy and gr 






I represent [hear hear]. 



t H E DESERET NEWS, 



WAR ITEMS. 
g seven days light befe 



elias s^:th rsiToa no iububuhii "°" ™ j^ .^ 1[m 

Wednesday..... July 30, 1802- ^" ^j' 1 ,',';,'^-' m"°" r'^T 

~ Aimi - ELECTION— 1862. | ^^r'^'LT jjf 'S 

P E-O PJB'8 TICKET. bieli'iMo. orbeaid o( since (I 
GREAT SALT LAKE COUNTY. | ™T„Vpro°imily of » large e nc: 
Cjrum'.ssionsrs lo locito University lcn , i;' y .. „ : , n,, i;,th of Jun.-, 



1 1 1 K A M /. CI.AU'SOV. 

JO,V.I>'lI A. YOUNG,' 
AI.11KI! I' I' HOCKvYUDD, 
JOHN V. LONG. 

Selectman. 
REUBEN MILLER. 

Sheriff 
UODERT T. BURTON. 

Itecor;lor. 

JOHN W WOOLLEV. 

County Surveyor. 

THEODORE McKEA.W 

Superintendent of Common Schools. 

ROBERT L. CAMPBELL. 



AURELIU3 MINER. 
Constables. 
4LTJERT HE WHY, 
HENRY HEATH. 

Fence Viewers. 

ROBERT PIERCE. 



organ .it Pari?, 



fight 



after eoinc half a score of their nir 

put off in the dircclio i of Wn.cboUi 
pursued by Grn. Smith. 



I I..N 1 



I Ncwburj, lii.l. :, 
Ihe adjourn menl 
■as made on tiled 



. formidable vessel. The Federal fleet 
\ ai.i:ui:..l i-u boats, r:mH ar.d mortara. 



I I It. 



I. The slay , 
II o it. side o 

Ueudeno , > 



EASTERN MAILS. 



ally bave got so sick over freqnei 
montsiuthatdir.ctioi,, t: at w, 
inspiring bones of better limes. 

Iiave uttored them, and they hat 

aforesaid gentlemen would be 
■>Vc are not atippossd to be p.ivi 
right ot judgment on such matt, 
fore have dealt very softly wit 

vored u. with a visit at our 



McClellaii's headqut 



y of Richmond is r 



ng through the Federal fleet, when 

tig to the Fe eral account of lb. 
iloit of the Aikansas, Com. Farru- 

follosVinu night. lira fluet passed 



yjnta, and choke 
*f>r Lbe nt-ati-atu 



mbling management. We 


tha Hoosiers and Blicktye 






ation of the public press 


prevent w h,cb, measures i 






igaled. Califon,,, think, 




.at ocr half a thousand 




er. Emigrants a e ready 


said to have | reviled, as t 








tion from tha opposite aid 




great was the cou-lcrnatio 






go. as half thousands of 


secure their treasures by se 




the night ti mo. Toward ev 




the public mind became 




gu-rnlla invasion, seemed. 




from the teprcseutafions 






n— "the square thing .» 


wholly allayed and the a 



,!,!« .1 split on 



Ji-lt 30, 1SGL] 



THE D E S E II E T NEW: 



l-ElEBItAl-lONS OF THE TWENTY- The p 
FOURTH. V' 3 ",' 



,i.,,ler 1 Piayer by '.he Chaplain, tleiiry Mower, 
. >'i "..,.' ' ' r ' 1,; - — '•■i'I'I.v "ere Iheo entertained V 
'b/lLe CjTi'i' H°\vi,eelock/o f aior' 1 o'ti'he°!uy <> '' 
'> "" tcrcstisg speecbea were delivered by Levi 

... ,., I Kendall, I)., r I'. C O..I l)i-l,o,, A. Jo 



, Bm. | Twenty.foor Voontj L»i 






'T.-'ovo' i'lasi "L!ju<1 in canine; 



i.ny mUM-nhii;,- I Elder N.i u.n it..' , cha r'a-.n , c ffiTcd 

,: , ::u.s- ,| ]^ l or;!:.;:, l ,„.„,i,. vfc „ 



Balljlioi ; Col. 



11D COUNTY. 
pCalUlor, alF.ll 



" h "°- i"*-* 



;>;; : 



O.-a'.or .i..| C:.i 



} Reporter., 
ere .-.roused by 



stion or Maj, Wm. D. 



Captain O. r. 



apples, apricots, plows, 



ll" n'^' l:!l"-\,',I Ma°rl,l 
liflit, Hi- pro.-rn.on w.i 
■f'?i:J Ja'yT Ca,',7! j'" A'o.'o, 

in charcc of C-pt. C.Footc 

,. I,,,,.! i;.,,>:.J. S llawk.il. 

Vio. Evan-. 

'.,.,,'.'' '.','!'l e' !er C. W. C.i 



11 B h Prie.t., W. Rr< 
Mrfj'ir T. ii. fool', a 



■oi ioui'6 Warriwi, Captain 



'"',."' ,'V I The grain 1 

' * Creek, ore re 

, Report I. I none in that Co 

industriously t 






',':,'' ,!'.,, peel, arc, that their e»-r'.iwu *•«!»■«•« 
fn'te^Z 2apt.' r j' C? b S™l5. i '* '.".J.". I On P.-lda, the 55lb, the Des.rat Union 



strains of uiu.ic. 

9 oMorJr, the citicenn 



"l"wi„-"j-'!i.|.r fibers in Israel, Bilbop C 
''Tw/ntj-tour Sons ol Zlon, Mr. P- »« m P- 



W ANTED. -A tew thousand shingle.,. !», 
a.tew hundred (cit of lumber,. 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[July 30, 1862. 



: 'y-i\-:,:-:-.^- 
■ ! 



UNRULY MILCH COWS. 
l °fy are r t'r.*lr.'°ro e roughly. Why 



ally bo, and, It tho 



tally representee: ag being ligb', and in some 
location, no. more Ih.n half an average crop 
will be [Milled. Com has improved creatly 

good yield. Of hay in Great Salt Lake eoun- 

pa'ratively .peaking, .'TwlTnTor'alr.a' rt 
the meadow land along Hi. Jordan i. yet un- 
dir water. The prefect, are that hay will 

, ADVANTAGES OF TULVERIZING. 
.c3Ure*£erof, s '' , ' l 7 ' I, '.'r™ '■',' "'"""' °'* 

fin m."ke a* gr™'™* 1 * '"» *P''a°' 

V..UIN ,,„ ;,„■! r.,.1.1 ... ,, ,."■,. "'I: "„',■,",',.!,"! 



Dilation by Iho plants. 

THE DELAWARE GRAPE. 



■■■'' ■■'IT'- 1 ' '.' •■'■ ; ! " '-. ■ ll11 "'■■■ ll | ■""; 

','ii'od .Ind |'.':.,' ,i.,i ihVli..|.,« 1 are'a> ! fa.taV'l 



■/'"' ; 

iy...il.i|..w 
Ihc .-a,l, 
,„i S h..|.„e. 



S™<Si. 'h • ■ 



tSZfiSUfa 



:-::',;■: 



Si^Isibi-SI 



"f.rzir. 



:;:::,:':<:: 



Tun Win. Ram — Co 
•t the hydraulic rain upon I 
own Tclreraph has the foil 

Tnis most valuable m 



Jamkxr GllAPE. 
Lonlon Ci.raWr'. ( 
o.y of grape [hat gr< 



br!.;?";''t„o, i ;'," r ri" l 1 -,„! : ! ,: ; t l >""'': 



"'<« •> H™»m Ykabs AGO.- The 

^mo/may not be uniSl'caUns folur 

irried, in June, 1750, Mr. William Don- 
considerable farmer of Great Tosson 

'""", 1 , ! '",'''' '"'• '" ""' r ™ n| y° f Northum. 

! enUr'if inmei't e "n°a,i "^eca'lE'hv'a ^ ""' 

brand" ™de"inta*^ 

'' i' I i"ie™ nd'nTne- 

busbels of malt made into l.eer. The con,. 

lad consist.,1 of five hundred and fifty-eight 



Jas. Longbilridge, 

.pril, Messrs. Sulli 



H'-lc- , llw ,,,'y. Ail 



°» 'lit "I' « d ort f.l'. 



BiSSSSSr HL'fh^'-Tltf Iks 

are^thenticatedbytheauldav.t.orthemen 
; A PncrAKF. Sakakeb Rrnnirrjr,.- « T h. 

11^ I II p Mitence m an'u P re° 

' 1 i incise 1 caml 

npand „.., ,1, "Hub, by C-, .. ,-,.„ will come 
h< «ilh i", I'll educate you," The child 






Juiy 30, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



(general Notices. 



N^-JTCVV 



C *»■,.,*■■ ""-'■ 






(general Notices. 



W. F. ANDERSON, M.D., 



NSS.S, 









Wirtr, 



(general Notices. 






HENRY MAIDEN, 

SIGN WRITER AND ORNAMENTAL 

PAINTER. 

SEVENTEENTH WARD. 



LITTLE. HUNT & ZITTING, 



(general Notices. 



CLOSING OUT ! CLOSING OUT ! 
CASH BDYIBS. 

IBFIJIIICISiCI. 

H1 v iBail .™ M , „„ outlbr , r . pl „ dldSI0CI 

STAPLE 

& © *> » s 

LOW FOR CASH, 



Fancy Prints, various brand! 
4-4 Heavy Brown Sheetings, 
Hickorv and Denims, 



FURNITURE AND ('.IBWHT makers Cottonndes and Satinets, 



AYC DEALERS. 



J. C. LITTLE'S MACHINE AND WORK 



FURNITURE AND CABINET WORK, 



\VEiVISGFA.CTO R^V 

GEORGE BONELLI, 19th Ward. 






HAND IN HAND 

LB & LK i [R \ 

ICE CREAM SALOON, 

.DIETING^ SOOMS. 
DANIEL GRENIG 

ICE CREAM SALOON, 

DINING ROOMS, 

LIGflr BJtE-tfD, DtWS, CIMCiKJIS, 
Iced Soda- Water and Lemonade. 



H A 3 



iBGE BOMiBtt, 



® 1 G§ S 



GBOROB QODDAED, 



pTiTED STATES 
MAIL fijil^ STAGE, 

GREAT SALT LAKE CIFY TO FILLMORE, 
L. I. SMITH, PROPRIETOR, 



Bleached, X Bar, and Jaconet Muslins, 
Irish Linen and Linen Sheetings, 
Hosiery, Trimmings, and Notions, 
Ladies' and Gents' Boots and Shoes, 
Hardware and House Trimmings. 



£llg™S, COFFEE, SUGAR,. 

chaotfPIftg/at Spicet, Tobacco, IntiJ, Fruit, Qc, Qe. 

WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL I 
TRY US! 

liW ©©©!§© 

NEW GOODS! 

DOMESTICS, HICKORY, &c, 

I'KFFS, 

i., 0. D. Ca r t, Bran 
Scyiuca, IfC, 

MILL SAWS AND FILES. 



T i !, ! „,r: l ;: 1 l :::;:„ , ;,:::;r„; 1 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS! 



ISPOBTAJI 

FARMERS OF DESERET 

wdtoi siL©its sttqieis 

PANTECHNICON. 

iiliil iiiii 



aa^i taooaa 



UKEAT llDVCEUtHIS 

cash buyers, 
kimball ~&~: lawrence 

'"""merchandize, 
'°low prices. 



Ms JIIMKKS© 

merchandise, 

Groceries, Hardware, Prints, Sheetings, 

Blue Drills, Tickings, Hickories, 

Eenims, Flannels, etc , 



A. -BERTELSEN, 



20th WARD WEAVING FACTORY. 



lf"r',.tUU CU>«.»!OM> 



j.b. oinrn, 'u«"i>. 



TriE DKSERET NEWS, 



[July 30, 186*. 



MISCLLLAN'EOUS NEWS ITEMS. 



of H-arBjiei'chea delivered hy eminent dec lain 
era, from fivo s anda in full blant all at tb 
nine time, and preBided over reapec.ively b 
Mayor Opdyke, Gen. Fremont, Hon. 11 a mi 
ton Fait, Prof. I.-ibaur and Mr. Mer.itt, I'rcs 
ident of the Chamber of Commerce. Tb 



THF.NTIETII WARD SI 



he Chtck.-.koT.lny. 'square, (ill now the State is ne rlv all swal- 

not (.rily military (cw.lt>> i h- ei>> ■,,,_, . n del !a d-eolateti, farm 



atjain-t prt-c-.-deuf, 



'oil o," J.-iliinl-on'.s .■my th-T. 



ic-oril,eU. S. inlbencwrrf-l. 
■gimcnts now in the Quid. 

compliments, manifest any 
ations made by Congress during ! 



:in I [iou[.le ami "ro alVr c.,,1', u /,., >!■• >i«u n,>t m-i!,,' liu uo:,k vv! <ui-l' : Uht 
li^-nce itmi l.'j- If - ii. i'. mi i- l.ii,!« i f np'r Ui-lifur t f tl;.* r -Hiverancc or 



th. y are don.- 1 



owa anything. It 



S'a'eo wai postpone 



hose now In use, with the exception 

•lutcn, aa.l are intended to supply the 

■ney of small coin, and wi'l be virtually o. c, ; '11"')' tiave ;tl *° 
liree, G.-.-, ten, twelvo, and twenly-.'o-ir cut. initio: - 
3iv«ri. ment shlnplaaters. I On Field Crops: 

WESTERN ITEMS. L°'! j 

. The euipenslon IrMrj.* across Deer creek, at. ""'oil''' 



tti?T•E^"^3t4^S^ a ^^^i J 'C , -;■'''^■ ->" :; ; : ; i ; : ^'' i j l - : ' ; ' ,, ^' i: !|' :-'''-- : '" : '!::' ii:i ':?';':' : (S'i;t^;:'^^£z3 



lo'oi" New Qloucrliscmcnts. 



-c, to Led senate I l.yihe l,.. r ,.,.||,..,|,vM,,l. „, = „f » I,,-, c „.„ I i'7 



bridge had been in me 

height was abou' fitly I 

There waa a heavy I 



ta >lea days. Professor C. J. Tbomaa haa c rtainly j time o 



m.i'lininaticnlly p 
ued n't', bi'icU of ' 



leas, elc , were consumed by the flames. The i"g o 
ire destroyed several other buildings. , and 

The residenee of Judje Crane, at Alameda, ! wi.b 



WHAT 15 l'O HI) lillf'lUCU AT IUCII- 
j KOMI 

tielimaifl En 



"■'■"• r s ! ." t av-Vo'rn c ;!ea , ;Th;- c ,, c1 .„„ B0 „ 



ew days previo.a to the battle of i'.ut ' 1 '" ] ' : ; ' ; !l ' ' '"' ,| ' * '' l '' V 1 ' 1 " 1 "' I "°' lli:lv ;- 






-II I):, J H-. .{i;K.! i 



irdy ti .n of Cheat Mo. 
: to Confederate .oldiei 
taut yet the Confederal. 






THE DESERET NEWS. 



D SIB3RT' 



NO. 6. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1862. 



VOL. III. 



-;::::;:^;r;;:;:7'^rrr- 



'i:::;;' ",,', 



,.*«,,, j,>z,n„, in I.-. i i. ..,,,., i.,; ,.,.,..,,!!.,! ■ ] \,:v'.'"'„ ; ;';.:r,,!;; , ,;'i' l ^;.i.'; u;",'"";i; , H;:';':;;, 1 'i;";>.,:7tuii!°/[L,"!,"7,u!« 

","'or praise ror nV ;~Ti°u™; p,,,',"T, !' i. „,!,.■"]..,,*,„.,;. " i 1^""^,°"..' "'r s '.',!..'."'.', siiT'd 1 :. 1 . ■*;;:"'""";;.' ib, '.''j "" ilcd 

be c'oritled." The I f.'ol'u c'l.ri'ri.i'i', ,h"'.,':'1 'lb. t'i" a i u.^m' I I'v/anU ,',"b .'."oii'l'e 1"," i,"!- s! | v. In. ,!". ■'.l', '.u.l'.'.'i'l '„' ','„ " "[Jn ""u'ollw '"''is 

ii.s.and moi'irnii.f. Il.s p . ' h is -up, , s..| . ., Many. I niybi il.i.'i. . V :'b' '".'o'i's .,[ ]'■',' .wi ..'.. b. I",'"', ,".",; ,' 1 ' ,',',,.!. ', i'b" smiles of h'e"coMl" 

bespread with cu.., pi'-fulla. and .,,.,: ri..in- „., ,,,. 1,-tr to <: n.k !o Ik ,..,.,, I ,-, a „ ib.j ;,i ■... .-.,„| ,1,.- , ;s „f their bands an- 

[ ill.ome 1| ctalizc 

"lbtiMHa.ii I il... '..,.,. :. : i,.. i !hii,b ...... M n; .il.. ii, n | I „ ,°acb"rV'lielr re- 



nd the prophrts down to the days 
fof 1" oV'Sfeconom 5, 'o?h'..v° 



l !lie C i i r, l ,eees R ° m ' ! ' 



ling but a system 



Tii.i'...:ii..»j..r I' I IV ,, 



[h.ee embraced has given me po 
grace lo endure, and pray, "O iin 



t\vbat 'the Holy Gl> ust 's'll'a ll"si"Yl„'u! c"!'i"i'l'."l 



„ , , , ■■ M, ...... , i...... .,,,!,.. 



I gi, not Jesus' lose, ve bun, and b, 
ot understand | Do we 



ily would chooe. 

i.d be .„, Ihc allonges! k..(.-, 

.d to make our I. ,il ,d,. ii 

If we mean II In be i 
:omc faithful Latter D.,j 



"'I' Ult.'ii lu.I.. ..■[,(, SunUi, 



nLlyandaskl,.,.! . v b! ,,..„:, r'.ilbe, , i u„- u.is.r, Ihev I - „.,f..,H pb,„..' no ^ul-l whs. ' I J:;.„ ,,, l„ .', ' !«»'• »'' H«- in JcBus Cbr.st the 

'it.aMhcVum'.a 

then bball 1 •■ - lb,! [am „.,li,,., : !,, ibo' !,'.■, ...v ,..-. i ..ng m the United Stale, V» con- ti. I ..,.'.i d , ,,„■..' u'u.'-l, .!,[„'',','., " ,'![ b, ,',,' '" '.'/ea' ncefEP t.fo' S'e/MUo'ma """° '" 

Th^true^eople'ofG^d'lrc'tli-'ul.V,!,! 1 ;;;,,, „1.^".„'"'|.. ',,v|. " !,',"„' d" I, I':','" ,"', uVun' '"da, ,'!n"ih,'"a '!.l, ,,!''i'',.d' Th.^Tdani'la'u'cM f,',.'^ 1 ;' •'j' 'l"!',',','^,' 1 ,: ^rb'eVdmonmHVn.lta' 
KasaV.pTep'l I I I ' ' ', , , ,' ', V ,' „„„ 



cd. their toed | Ah" Jb .. ',',',' . a '.'.'i,. "u'n, i ll.l'.i^Vacob'and'lhe ] 
thine to' ear, |rjo, ■« i.,',!,:Im"n, '[,.. i|„. „,.'r.l of the" Lord.""! „ 
oi taken pris- he did; n ,v,i» i , llv.-i,..' and lint lor i.e. 'it J,' 



'"the" religion "l JeYu's! We'snlftr 



..;;;;,"i;' 



of (be wicked ! 



... ..,.., i 



a[8ick" P era.n? 1, ilow\'",.»H, r ' c 'oid'V!,n 



fuch'liiii.,, Tb. y never did. Tncy 
e people ill many of the Stales are 



II a is Ib.-'onl, .'.k-:.'.wl.d..',l and ],..,.., la 

fh'pMslncf B M lh"F.a"Hd f e the n Soi 

'■Bi,| l , , ''».',is' ,,' IT.'shj I. nan,''. Abraham wa 



i-Hr;,/;?.:! yS;;/:,pz: I;;'; 1 ,,,";;, |:; i :v:;;''..?. ,i ;:,: , l i;;e';u"±; ,, i.-{..V ,rr, 



k„..w' is nsht, and in wbi 






;,;=;;..;,.: 



;,„; ui.au any individual or p-,.ple, and 
Ibain I.M..I iulu lb- b. I bl.ssln-i, II,,.. 



much preferable t. 
judge the company a 



THE DESERET NEWS 



[August 6, 1862. 



The Saints or Clay county purcha. 



The following succinct history o( the Pro- \c.\ and I C °"'' M '"' 1 '° ^"".'olel're ,C '" C ' ! y ^In lKi'l, Joseph Smith, senior, was set »pa: 

|,bet Joseph Smilb, jun., and of the Cl.u.rl, ot ■'".).,; (i| ' ij ;, i ,,,;. |,,.,.,'.,., j |, -,,,,■;.. Il>r- : ,i, an [v.mkI, o.er the whole Church to tie, 

i made by the publish, r«, Tously and Co..n.,tn ' A ||f ( , '] .^ h _,.' |||( l . 1 ,, ir ,.|, „.,, „ ub . ,„.„, ,11 ,b.- w.ul.l ,.i II e I" 1 "'"' " ll|, j , ,,, .... T, , l'l i,„l.l ..... i.-.pon Ibl, 

■fvl'teildent Brlghani Young; b.ii Inaamuch " !.j,ji,!,iii,.,.!,i.,..,;., .,o l and goape', I;',"" 1 ";' ">" "' l ' "• " b, fore in e. rib > ,.;,,.,.,,,.,. i. e U....1' 

' it did not appear In that paper, it was, by ,,,„ ,,„,, ,., ,,, t , c „„,, ,....,..;: -Mil,.- ,.,..,, v. I. .,..;■ ■■;■; >';;.;;, ,.;,■,„ .!.... I,. .,, . 1 t, . IV ,a nrrs we,esaveo\ 

consent of the author, published in the !)■». l,..nrlu, i, .. , ngre.l ,v . ,. , I. t. . '; ' p , „> U| ' NI1| ,„;,„,.• ,„ b , , ,,, ,,„„ . -""•;'."; ";' "mU To" de.e .beT 

,..r.r k„, sept, sih, 1=65. or i»t» ii,e,e -';;;»< ■;•;■; ■" ;;; : ;^ '„";',•„,■' .1,' „;.-.■.. .•""•= ".■■ -"V"' '"■"■ ci ""' ', , . ?"V :-., .1,,;;;. ,V, ..,"-, ,.",»ci,, s 



e history of the Lat- 



n S t8.''u["pe,- branches. 



have, for the benefit of 
correcting a few errors 



1 Kjrl ai.,1 iv;.s..,.t.i. compl. 1 r .1 



ll.veljl r, Trr 



.]'.;:;-;■ : ' ' 



Js"!:mo l ,.'ii , 'w','ib'i,u, , i'.ii. ''';. ."'.'■.. ."".'.'.'.'i'Ji': i" '' : >.". i«:i« , -w.ri,.i|,. .'- ';;-™;- l';''^';";' Yf,"u ,"'.al'° Vh'' , b.,'i''.'i!,,, r, M ° ^■'■■'■■■■- ■'■'■-; ■■■■■'"""'■-' '"■ - . ■ ,.'i re-.ii,. B a of^h. 

Mane."' ""» n,;^!.?',!^.!'''..'.''. !i'r. ,'-.'>"".::. .'. ,1 ':..'.. ..,..- ly .» ■!.■■ ivl. li.rshe.l.aul.. line,!, .elm..,..! a. eh. tec I'" j^ : , 'M' .!.'.'-■ ' , "l '"'",.'' 1 i"',' T. . I '." ',-, 1 

and hi. advantage.. ,,t ..I... a mn we,.^ Ii,n,i...l. ^V;;"/,,-..'' 1 ^';,'' i.^.'-htlore of l.-^l'.o' 'inc "in J-'ne, lOT, II:b.r C. Kimball, U ,.m ^' ''j'.' " ',* , ,W- ' "r '. ,i" 'uio,, 5 hi',:." i'l ' llT- 'li'J'l o^li'^ve 



. prole. ee.l til e name of Th 



:)fVi , .r;^/?-: i '^' : . >■'", '< ; -V7 '•-'':;" '""' '''ffffv- 7~^'^ 1 




vu *<»v««t floufiiiimg villages of (be Saiata i 



August 6, 13G2.] 

^Ubli^tJ ill ditr-rent parts of H; 



TflE DESERfcT NEW8. 



""'the U C |"°n7'«ev\ e M l .^ni'a l, ; l .,,I'i, Z !'!,i!V,r,- \\m'! L 'tlZ7l«u!itk"lM de!iV 



'J„°«i'i™ that ' Kl'ViV " -"l!'." .',',*" ' « ['.'■'.~I| l \"is' ; | i" ".'•'■i'Vi'I'i'"""" '" t'- : ,, " ,,, ' :, ' ''''■' "■' ''"'"', nails','. 
™al t r o "glI| b 'Tlt'„'l.lacT,emewa3rea™trf to of gFtin- "^'"' '" t'.^^j'F'"'""'^'"' 



"iVi"i l, "' r 'i;-' '"V Ti-'V"" 1 ! '' l " ' " """""). ,|, ' iii . ,> "- '""■■ 

;'-/,'ve ""ice frum "fin i'i ,- "| „"„',-".'', ' { ^ ,V. ' l' ,".- „'i'" - ",'t' " U | i L . | , ., ,„ 
i-:iiiJ», 1 ..,;• V...,,,-. v.,,1, I I.I | , -. .,,,:,.,, „, „ ,,,.- 



"'" e');-,,,-l.il'l = !i i.i.M.y M.I....I, lo tl„, valley, » 

civ. HiVe'i'l b" l",f • ''"'ii'i "' i " l" •''■" "" " V'm l"'',? I ij 

'Vi;,-!^;.,;;;;r;,,^j;::r, l '';,;^;,|,,;, l ,, M |, L , i ;\" i v;,";V y " 1 ' 

hart rsol lbs cily of :\ in.„,,..,l Ii,n. - In In- lail of 18-11, about 700 

ii Hi.- lutli day i,i S.-'i'iI-n'i'i. r. isl' ,', """i ,',',', ',,'. t he'c'rci",., !v. 



Sly of the State of Illin 



t 700 wagons, lade 



I- the month of Jn 



laws, GoTl'ord came ttT.earioage and" order- 

menTbera'oMhe mob. He then Bent ail officer 
lo Nauvon to arreal Joseph Smith and several 

himTlhe 47th tunc by law), rcincslcd tin- 
Governor to p otc -t linn from m-.b violence, 
which he pledged Ii- I- ot 'be Sate lo ... 



Id »,,-,„ !,!ki.M 



T,'' PaHUrc 
" John Tayl.n 



The anti- M.ui nous re|oi,-ed . 
!r r 'y,'ivh:i.''il| , - , -''t-|,i',".ia' 1 ''«-..rl.l , 



Tnifw" Em 'mi' "lieoi 1 to be "guilty of the 
The Twelve -Apostles, bring the fin 



p,,,tion at the head of alT.iira in Nauv. 
Brigbam Young, President of the Tne 
A TheTe'm P pl™ -llich was one atory high alt 
time of the Prophets, •"•.^^""J^fi 
Nauvoo. ' . . 
The Seventies' Hall was bn.lt, a mneic n 
and a large athni arsenal won - ■ 



'""VF' F"'" 'i ' 'F '"'' {'tnAllU^L' 
!nd?e'.l t mln r "er , e'tire'n^tp"yl.!lmammo n thc l 

dismissed by the trustees and . wa u. the 

..'e",l d'.eN.S'r-ailvin'.h'-i'-'; 'lug ; W ' nlrrVl' ,.' 



' HI-. »"'cr..l bouses were bib 

.iglil nt llu-ir camp; and «,-i 



II S ii overn.ii.-nt b-i-l in | on ,) that it 

by buy itii; out th-ir property, at pping 
ons law-sniti against tb-in, Ley wouli 

'- 1 - A.-...l.lil-1'.'l, ' |- ».l' I" 

i.-ly f..r .1; se. on-ii..l ...it 

|»t ui-.ler eniilia.-'; ii.-.iih- -ill tin- v.,1- 

lil 1 | i 

of 111 e ab.iv.- l-l.-l.-.l .1- ii.. i- 



1 . ' i ' i l i ! i V . 



Kicb.iids, bis com 

ties. John Smith w 

In Mar.h, 1840, 



h- Union. In Sepleinh.-r, Ml], anael p- 
the Congress of the Uoil-.t States, providing 
l.ii II,.- organization of lb- State of Deserct 
into the Territorial Government of Uti 

rrvcTuntil the Bprins of 1851, ami 'a full 

do-i.,1 In-,,,!, di-l in.l ..rguni/.e iii.l.l July, 18 
Brigbarn Your-!; wan a i-i-on,'. -I Gov. rn.ir . 



the U. S. Topogra 



T.-iiitorv, tlir, 



:,i" the public buildings Ihei 
.. Si.it.- Iloii-e, which baa bei 



Snt'meti), kilifng'and woun, 



-' ' ■ ;i 



li in Europe, an.I an eq-ial num- 
- --!-, an.I the Pacific Isles, be- 



'," ""', s-imii are scattered throughout tho 

I nil.-.l s,ai„ „„, liritisb provinces. Ttio 
Cirri AVi.-., edited by Elder Albert Car- 

e''u.-'."i':,.,', , ib" , , l 1 '-'"'"' 1 "■' "■ s u c " y ' " a 

jy newspaper IB^ub^^ 

i t ! ' " 

n.lical is published in Liv-rpool, 'England. 
-ililed by Eloer F. D. Iticbards, and has is- 
sued 2:>,f0f> copica weekly. A weekly 
periodical ia published in Swansea, South 
Wabs. called the H/jo.ii Scion, lu the 

A l-i.lo.lica',' called" I b c" ' Sui'iiii a... l..-t 

-M.rr,„-, la i. so pobli.hed in 'tho Danish 

, " l "'-'l baa al;„, I , puhi'i-.io'.i'.'ii's.e'il.eil'ii,',!, 

been tiaii-.l.,te.| and published ,„i„ il„- w.-lsh, 
Danish, l-'iincb, Germa i.l iMIIan Ian- 

l oev.-.-t 1 n l ."lb'e"p,,o.' r ',-s, ViTbceTs'low in 
Franc.-, Germany and Italy, o .n.g principally 

'" Hove. I.ll |,lo Cipllon 

I-.','- 11 1 I I ' I I I 

into the Hawaii.,,, language and a pnnling 
.-.labll-blnelllbaa been sec, .red to, Hie pnbl,. 
cation of the Book of Mormon and a pcriodi- 

Tbe miss nnaries on the Society Islands met 
With good success Until the Fiem b ,,„v-rn- 

niin'.-iting policy of the mobs" la . tile UnllS 



].nl.li!ilo .1 at Madias, bill owing lolbegie.it 
'- -lli-'.lii.l.l.-l I-iIio.i "f Ihe people, our 

missionaries there havo met with but very 
Al.oui l.iilio Siints have emigrated from 



'b in,,'i-;i„!iog Sainls to Una place, from the 
.- oniii.-a li, at where tbey are the most op- 

| e-l. I, ia !,- ,1 "ll„- IVrpelual !■:,„!- 

$250,UOO,"and la"eon,'l',,.'l,il !.„ ,'.„i-b pi ',., i|,l,-'i 
a I I ,, I lly increasing I 1 . 

-. I" inn gi -mil,; !--i,„'sinlberorin..f 

1 a. I" I- .'[,„ '<-. Ho V n-llle h-, ' 



V-. - ■'-. ,n tl, a city, gener- 


' ' " ' ' '""tlo'a" a a n i .^2lVfe a et T wTd P e 1< ' , 


out 20 by 30 feet an 1 are well finished. 




'%'y';i;',: t ii],"::t'l-..'l.,ua'ry, n i865,Jo!.DSiDllii. 




„-„,„[ p., li Hyrum Smith Uie loaryr. 






r:;;^, 1 ^^,.^;:,,,^^ 


tlJ h f^ce"ors. l much P op g p'oTtion 1 an7per'aec^ 






if carefully irrigated, in great abun- 


- y '^rac.jfo.Tma°nVer C to A .^ 


hc 11th day of March, 1854, Dr. Wil- 


! \ : ,,' -- , - 1" li- «'' ""''■ 


, 1, ,l,e.l ,i, II S. 1. tlily, of dropsy. 


lrluu ' Geo. A. Sbitii, 


,1 I,, ,1, ,1- diah M. Grant wae chosen as 


Historian of too church of Jeaua 


- - I ,: May, John Smith, Patriarch, 
G. s. L City . 


Christ of Latter Day Samta. 


Subjoined to the foregoing was a calecbeti- 
.., ...i.l. illostrative of the faitb an.I Inrul- 



Elders in the the Saints, which see on page 



THE D E S E It E T NEW! 



[AcorsT 6, 



THOUGH SMALL, NOT LEAST. 



<V^ ■ -CT-> ■ ^/V f i; »- .11,, ,riri«»«lt..Uta^, iMb(t ,„: 0g ,„ n n.y and Great Salt to be civm .„ „„,, enlightened. I 

C/ V : --. - ;T, '* - ";" >*;r I, ,hort di.tance of Orange Court House, ^^ e( , n , eqlien i| y not on the main thorough- | their ob8eivanc , „[ the Twenty-fourth of Jul 




which Induced Gen. King to retire, the en.- rf c „ f D „„ el , Bear river Terry on the 8eh , 
my bo'ly pursuing, but the Federal, dexter. | ^ , Ia „ r011le l0 , h , mine, in Washington !, lit 
ously succeeded in effecting their eac pe with- TerH , ory . T he surrounding country is fertile I had 

tloii, which the Confedera'e, could not |but |[able lo inri „„dation occasionally, after a j tl>e mt>rn i„ K; neither were th 
ast of, a, they Buffered .everely. I , up „ abu ,,dance of .now or rain ha, fallen on „ ar011scd f r „ ra their slumber," b 
, The headquarters of the army of the Polo- n ,,,„,,,,, .,,„„, which may be expected to ; alr , lm! . n , a i „ vocal music, so f , 
JUAB SBITH....EDITOE AND PUBLISHER, j mJC „„,_ at i al „t date, at or near Harri- 1 [( somewhat un"avorably to the future J Be ntcd,but all slept, awoke and ar o: 
===== son's Landing. No advance had been made , ft and proapi , rUy „f the place; and Fiom ate bre ,| tfa ,t, and at nine o'clocl 
6, I862.|townrd, Richmond; and no move,,.. I I.. i . r ... i , ,,,,,. .=. , ,., there is no probability „„ tho p ubHc S ,uare, formed a 

armies were represented a, being constantly | nm be rBm|)ved thIt her from Ogden City, bj „„ 0N , when they were dismissed 
increasing In numbers, and, of Ihe l wo > lbe t tbe CO nsent of the people of that thriving B hal, Malhew Caldwell, Esq , and 
Confederates seemed not to bo as sMl.oii.iry „ ,,„ lf ,, c ,„ ri „ e ,„„„. 



the evening. They 



Wednesday. August < 



WAR NEW 
There has not been muel 
tanco made public of late 



a the 21lb of July, General Jim L. 



ended with some difficulty, as men 
l little, and do not readily, in large 



ng, of earth, wh ,t 



the doing, of the army of the Potomac r. , I, there are a, many C 1 

however, be expected before the winter sol- , ^ Ma j ora _ Captains, and titled civilian, as ' si „ g i nS] A . L. Siler, Esq , delivered*., oration, 
slice. | ca „ be found inar.y of the village, of thcNotth, and w Chapman, R. L. Johnson, E. Collard, 

where Buch dignitaries generally occur in c ot'i^.n, M. C.tl.J^.ll and R. C Moore fa- 
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. | j | „ i have not been want- ^ „j theaaa ,mbly with appropriate ad- 

Martin Van BnrenTtiTo eighth President of ing in numbers, since the tide of emigration j„ r e 8 , e5 , which, being interspersed with songs, 
the United States, d.ed at bi, residence in commenced Betting so heavily in that direc- loaats an J .eutiments, completed Ih. pro- 
Kenderhook, N. Y., on the morning of July Hon, no anomaly in new countries; and the! Bra „, mc , a „d the assembly wa, dismissed w.lb 
,, " l,Bl 24lti,being eighty years of age. The elder people generally are a. loyal, patriotic, and ; , hc chaplain's benediction. 
'"S^l Adams, Jefferson and Monroe departed this ■ observant of holidays and memorable , 



uj was appropm 



orabl„ Twenty-Fourth of July, 
erally been believed that theexc I 
ally produced by the stirring s 



affected "New Yo, 



r forth theitjoyoi 



oily ll.g-slaff obtained i. 
untains expressly for th, 
on. Having provided c 



.of one thing which the people of some -f the 
cities and towns in Utah cannot. Their poBt- 

| master h.ie never been known to forward mail 
matter in the wrong dir ection. 

'another DROWNING OCCURANCE. 



''■■■■' ■ " in.rni, in in. ■ ., ... '. ,,,, ry f (be entrance into these valley, a.m., on tha day, end performed proper and ye rs ami twenty one days, was drowned at 

,"' '' " "."' '' '"' . r.f the pioneers of a people Cor whom, al-jfitting ceremonies, as per programme, each p |ia:i P ,.i,t, „„ the weet side of UtahLake". 

,, 1 ■ "X'aoll.e. to each man who <■*'"& »"? b " i a -"" """• h ° C °" U ' d ° """" """ '"" '" * "'° 8 ' "'" """, '"!,"" Tlle c.cumslan e, alt. nding the unhappy 

forty and fifty dollarB to each man «o Nl ,l being cry irligionsly inclined, ner; after which, in old Democratic style, the . . „. ll: a! ,,j aic as follows. 

,' n',.V, ','.',>",'! "l . l',Tl' " , 1 I flhtleby fa her has 



^villi the Post-office Department, tha 
that h-ia been said about the prcferer 



t eons and a hired man were washing 

i eves were running high arid lashing 
furiously. The little fellow who 

s water,°in doing which he fell in 
md the waves almost inBtantly car- 



teamer Wilson, which arrived at Cairo " Procl 

3 2bth. is reported to have been fired into partici 

„lng Princ ton Bend, above VickBburg, eomma 

the eaet side of the ri.er, by cannon and al| etia 



disengaged himself from the 



of civil an I religious liberty, of 



Tittsburgli Landing, 



otton tbey could find in Tlle exportation of specie to Eur pc has town. 

irl7'viancd. Ck The" a'leo "° be paid'out'oy spcculatora for'the' pHrchale FOUNTAIN GREEN, 

tacbmeul of Gen. Mit- of any commodity in seceded States; and by I 0m o[ lh< y . |]a ~ o! Des!ret but 

rge wagon train, near «• refused those object! g to receiie them „.e 8 t part of Sanpete county/directly ■ 



of spe. 



Decatur, Those paying c 



f Sanpete. It 
lace, the fopil 
i present lime i 



currencc. As related. 



, tunning order agat 
.orted to have occt 
ilhe27rh, belweer 



Failibo Much. -The 



.re l„„.y. 
■:g effort b 



Tit. toos ,. feci si .or 
tioh totbe ■novemen a . 



irtake in a as melody i 



August 6, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



/•!• rv<Twl~, „i; [order by llie Manual, and the Choir, l.d by respective leader., tbe interval* being ....... «., ,.,..,,, Stockton, a man gave three cheers 

6'rt/rfi>'^?^Wfi DFHfG'r'i )!< ; l ' t ; I r ;'' , e"''°7, a '' arrr,,, '' i ' t ';, :,, ' ,u '' ,,i " 1t " ,ni """-"^"=' , <- •■« »., ,„ „ t , .rai.oidier. set upon 

W> ,VIV U ' i( I , ' „ ' b g b n a, borough thrashing, ^n 

\ . r ::--~^" v " ■. r- _: rr] hyH.^.c iMltir .*!..,?: Imm.I. L'ticOraU.ra ob 8C , v«-d thrown ih c ,,,t ire .1.. V, » e lia v f m I- <-'"camping In tbe evening, Ccl. Connor Bent 

[■: ■ ■.. . ....■■...•- ■ ■-' ...f Mil- -im .K'JiW'ldi" <i:-.^i.iMv.i [,Hi! tiom, ii' . vcv emi ,-. -,, ui.-tl- ;im; a pood spirit back a 8(j uad and had tuo man brou-'bt into 

— ~-t~;,l.7T.^ir7~i z "r,.\,::"r:„" .::",!"!', ".":.„"."„" |v ,;,;' r;iT.Trd^V^:Tt" 1 «l camp , ,vhe " 11 7 a3 " tl0 packi ° E " , '"" 

E„„,Do«tK«-«: ' I ' >« expression at 

,f. .ub'iding of the wa'er. insure, the ""•""< «'■" I'y" 1 "",'. '"': "l..cl ; inspired great, d.sloyalty. Seeedere along the rout. by. winch. 

^ e 8 "; , i, I "•" , I , troops will march bad better keep a close 

'.' ""V- '''..'.'. .'., .... , iuu.ro they are awa.e they are not in Dixie. 



i Ni-KB might 

;So^e^n:tK^^i fi ^:3?^: 

of artillery, 



banners trom the procession, lie ora lor. o . > ,■„.,. ,,,.. .,„ 



Tooele ClTV, Jul) 27, ISM. 



. f Tooele Cili 



II Ii,, 

ampted some of .'" enr/o 

b«e iptK ', ofl-iini: ;, 



f , ul ,,|„ler 

ial, ill tbe 1. 1- 

tc-r of the day, 



Twenty-four aged Fa I 
Twenty-four aged .no, 
J'enty-fouryouug.n. 

ScVooi^>oyaVii7gTrl°,' 
ijaraie banners with a 
The procession movie 



Dimick, in' (as is supposed) attempting lo Fiom live, to six o dock Jn^th^afl 

I n 'll I 1 ' I 'I "' 'I I I I ' ' r 1 1 II 

'-S'SHcir " i 1 1 . '. ' ■ 

,„,.,,,. V | , ,.,-,„ y.,, r , „1, |„ ,.;,,.„,|Mni; I,. ^ ,l ; , | '' I 1 1 ' ",' J' .,','"| ' ',' ..'''".'I'hi'n. ",,' ' ^ 

buf, in'p'la.'cof'a 1 I 

own limbs givng w.., .. ■■■■' .-h.- «.->gl,i .f ^^ <"^ ^'^rmrT admi'".' 

I'' 1 ' 1 "';'-/;/;'' 1 ;' 1 !',; !">.■' ,Y.; "„!;,,' i.'„,"| ,".''„■",'„ ,' ! .h,', !,' ,' "I., °. f ta R i"tLc : " d hi\t 

"neni'm ivTl''''!- .'."''"J'V k!' I-!".'.'. ' !.'."■■, u-,..y"l,e e*p. e . .1 S.,|. I.. I„ 



:., y ,,v"." 



Ceo. M. Peacock. Owel 
CALIFORNIA ITEMS. with. 



ng of the 

acr.mento, the price, we, 
-Cho'co cigars, two f< 



Capl. Itowc and Agent Wa 



ng very important has 



spired of late in n, Col. greedy of glory, 



t,y round about, and Ihcy caM ,d great .Brcir.menl. 
t wailing for orders, and ]•„„ 8 ,„ J„ aqu |„ river, (he Sto, 
ing ihe fugitives, moat of L.„J„,( t the 21th ult., says, had 
that evening by the exer- kujh. during the preceding moi.il 



Tbe native, ffo, 



ou, rarmingl 
ated in nualit 



, Cache Co., July 25, ISO! 



DEPREDATIONS. 



and are rallying around 
) fight with aoine of the 



Editoh De.eret News: 
You will confer a favor 

of thin place bj inserl.bg I 



1 ' , ' ' B tUl^'Toer 

: } n "rB " ' ' l"l Vumcora. 

■,,''', .Irael.uuderCapt. 



Tb P . Silver Grey., under Captain E„ 
lopklns. 

Sring Bind. . 



Tiven'y-four young 1 



Capt. C. t 

or Jli-8 En 



■ Mis-I.,!! Ren. 



nto Col. K,,- 


...i.o.c ib, 


soldieisin Col. (' 


i. M 1'.-. .- 


at A l„ a. 


a Ferry, on Ihe 15 




a Cberok 










order by the 


Sec S-1,,,1, 
















Col. Co 


<"•'• eommaud h 








ejed by the,. 


iaimoa. t 


e Mukrlumne l 



T. e mining cperal.o.i- at 
dher places in Wa.bingtou 
a great tendency to stir up 



, their v,ay un| repared (or successful . 



Dr. S. h. Sprogue, 13th 
ment upon a.ich early varie 



Fiiewood, Hay, etc., 



THE DESEilET NEWf 



., . v . feedinrpurpoaes. The Canadian .^ncritturul 

^ «3 r , <\5l L r » -n & V i;:,;::, 1 ;",:,::;:* 1 ;:,:;:: 

" - "u,.„ I r t ' - 



Jfairill THE PRINCE OF WALES IX THE HOLY' 



[August 6, 1862. 

bee, mentioned to li.m' the .. car eu-p the 
Assembly had taken. "IV, y, they bare 



FOOD FOR CHOI'S. 



Af.er vi i B U 



to ibe B.ble.~[N. Y". Obse; 
THE LE-SEKSINS. 






^,Uo>Vwhl°l5nm™» a C™»S)«^o'''- ;:; ,, ,!; , 7 l --.\I': ,, ,^,";ii l .'.;'V,'.!:, l ', a ,'i? e °i b .at .bod,an™UhaUyMlnTbSr a ba 

eiler.a.ai.aaliM i„ -. ,.,-, .'., Me iy... I ..:•, , , .„,.,., ,,„. ,, ,,,.„„, -,,„. ,. . r ,. , r, .M. ml,, v , April 13, (he royal pa 



will lie l-iee ily eaten. Another | Fdoin Nablc 



:..!;;::: 



iiir ■":.:'.".;'::: 



Oil ION , l.[l 1-LAX. 



ch is properly name 
the field by a Inachin 



ru'aand r-ulphur are 'iVi „i, "' 1...1), n.'rh. 'lira i'iIs ' fr" » ina y bet" 
a_.d muscles oFaiiiuiiU: ,,.i .„ ■ ■„: ,.|.»u,. : well as olll.ix. 



.r-. e s, , ,"r.7;:,/ r ,'j"i!«' 



the deficiency. W 
I ling bountfulyt 



,,,,„., 

- ;„",;; m,i' 



by ex-Gov. Jackaon, of 



■remit- NEW RECEIPT FOR MAKING SOAP, 
mhliiej FaiEND T|»»M«il.W. lately tried a 

'.'ii"'.',, : .i 'iiioi,:'!!. 1 iw";;' di„. : i,Vi7.' .'..¥ "'l^hVsi 



"'"''''"'»" ■'"""• 'h'i'I "l'l'.«"''or l.'r II.'' s-ii'.?^ 1 |L'' 8 :-lt i ie.''wbe e nc"Mr! 

alfmenlatiooVeToMn'ri 1 "Imv ' >' ' 1 l" „ l' ',' I, , ' ', '„ V "" f °"" lls ot Eat wi 

'.■■■ '•";'"■ 'iit.v.',..'."'",,;,-'. z - 'iiiid,"" ;;7 M ;..;;,;TinV™""V 

|,r..d,M^e\e„,,nl „e"'the ",',"."' « ".'l".t'rT, ,,''o ,', ^ ",', a ', "^ V" °" "" er °"° J "' ' 

"'"" , lth, i Ba U ht{l,i„f IC ,^H 8s,V " nt ' dbe '°'' h '°' b '' 
PARSnTpSfoFgATTLE. ' 



ecr, e,".°n,°,el, 6 " "nib 



111 1 ! ' 'l li \i ''] il irnt'diaM™'.'"™ 
'■•.Ue.udMiBlo'lh,,' r,'w'i„nspr,:d,,.<:e. of 



i ere of I860. Thi 
tab st.lc, andthi 
by the P.inceh 



On Monday, April 21, tbey expl red t 
liur.es of the lake noitlmnids, and th 



■Tight! ' The fo'l | I ' II ea^m^yed 



XSeaof^/^n'SitJba^;.:" 6 ' 11 ' 

Tl.e Fiinceulsui.ffneduv.-i Hum Alide] 



965,080 ahot and 



Foi the infantry of Hie French army, I 
was provided HI i.i.i'o II „„,.ket camh 



May 4, amon? the 



ei.Eincer department constructed 59 1-4 
miles of entrenchments, reqiiiime. M.i in) .r a |.. 
,, V| ""'". '■". Ian.ii.'-. .... ! marly l.i [0..IJII -and. 

The French Irar.-porteJ to the Crimea MIS- 



QUOTING SCR'PTURE IN CONGRESS. 
Mr Daly, in ConiTela, recently, set the 



''.'"" tot ape. 



AaOmiowm Junop. 



But Mr. Daly was mor- marly right tl.n n „„„,.. 

V.'hei', il. e Old'school Presbyterian General the".'. 
As enrbly w-re preparing a hymn book, 
i's nv cm. • „, I'inla.lelph.a. The wofk'of't 



what'a that?" 



AnausT 6, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



F. ANDERSON, M.D., 



.,,„! ,,.„, |. , I ;,'...,., „l,,i,, n„< r.,rir,ing T SN -„„.., r ,,-. HS ,. „ „ „, 

111 Ij 



©encral Nolircs. 



©encrnl Notices. 






©encral Noiicee. 



s!^;i;.f!r,i ,i ;i 1 : , ,!: l ; l :".oK;'WEi\iSG!i?A.CTOE\ 



TiieLohf.. Ci. 



; ilie plan.- GEORGE BONELLI, 19ft Ward. 

B^^rKi:;,";:-,:. 1 ,;,.";:,,,:';: 



»i:Xr^ T^::-;::i: 



ii i: x ii y 



EN, H 

SIGN WHITER AND ORNAMENTAL c . 
PAINTER. 



CLOSING OUT ! CLOSING OUT I 
CASH B U Y ER S. 

iiiy|si«co. 

!«} O ©'d S 

LOW FOR CAS II, 



PLEASANT, | Fnncy p rinls _ v „ r|0 „ s bnl „ d , 
4 4 Heavy Brown wheeling", 



fii'i.vi'tn in i\:-ini>. 






LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS I 



ll',:::::: 



©cncvol Koiiccs. 









rnflItl!l»M0IQr 



HAND IN HAND 
ICE CHIA1 SALOOaV, 
DANIEL GRMIG . 

MJE CREAM 8ALOON, 

DINING BOOMS, 

LIGHT BREJD, BUNS, CRJlCKF.HS, 



Blt'iiclu'il, X Bur, and JncoucL Muslins, 
Irish L'men und Linen Slictiings, 
Hosiery, Trimmings, and Notions, 
Ladies' and liefata' Boots and Shoes, 
Hardware und House Tiimmings. 

TBis, A fiiSf'"'si)cin, 



i. r. ,m;k in -ii iniiM.u -io m:i LI 

E10W ©§©i§© 

NEW GOODS! 

DOMESTICS, HICKORY, &o., 

Dl'Ii-S'lllFf, 

Crackeiy, Window Gluts, G. D. Caps, Bran 

MILL SAWS AND FILES. 



© a ® ii D3c 



Iced Soda- Water and lemonade. 



UNITED STATES 
MAIL ftg fij'M STAGE, 



G It E AT lnUCCIilllLlVTS 

CASH BUYEItS. 
KIMBALL ~iT. LAWRENCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 



MERCHANDISE, 

oceries, Hardware, Brints, Sheetings, 

Blue Drills, Tickings, Hickories, 

Denims, Flannels, etc., 



A. BERTELSEN, 



WARD WEAVING FACTORY. 



■■jSj'iSft iXoill"™' "" """'', ",. hits, I '«.;«"'""" "' 8 "'" 1 ,lM " '°' '*«. WAUW1. 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[Acoust 6, 1862. 



WRITTEN FOR THB TWENTT FOUETH 
OF JULY, 1862. 



by Hon. H. C. Kimb; 

... ■ ... i oiuer Dranches of iii.Jnilry nnc 

; that He should is made manifcB by the presence of (.be ai 

one Mplii ii is to reign, cle. Lead ie successfully extracted from I 

-r „„ political le.-iron why yon have or. ii. 3.....I omn.ty; >i,d a first-fate aril 






DESERET AGIlld'l.Tl'lIA 

UFACTUUING SOCIETY. 

To riir Prori i ok [turn. 
Tlie ab w K i|- I. ...ii 

•'"■ > ■••"-:< ''- '-" l 



D MAN- lthc '""''* "' '" " l " J a "' ,lr ' i " U1,1 " u "' 11 '\ R . .......:.;. .. ,, ., ,T,V'i e ft n h?rn b .naL 



anebt made of iron. 



"„.jj HieBmntilfi 



!'V','.,'.I. 'it.',! ..',',',,', ".. '>*>'.,] ',' !i"..'.'.o,':.t'l r.i..|'.-Kt . l-lir.'-s III [liSl'Ilt Will 60011 Ie b',;.|.;.f.l - |7ll 'IMI.i l^r '. 0, „ r , 19 I, W.nl, a While 6 



rjeir own welfare and indcpendcm 
, by our advice, ao far as we may 



!y'b!,'ii P ,'l"d!.»V!, l n.'t"i. rt'in "ves-eh" IbE'sircar 1 ST 


a WED OR STOLEN, 


alio make ilaelf. We rec n.l every ' ft* '"J "'.. J 

person having exiirTioii.ro or lanoi lioloc of h „ rl , j"icYn ' 














It ia expected to hold the annual fair in this """"'■ "'"' '"' • 








r,i ; ;,:L^i;,EFS2!,I°r. ,; iEi;\ ; ;3 1.3BH 




















We conclude by calling on fie members of i r.j 


Par e„,„c, Mors.,. Cua,,', Wet,,,. 



It ia frequently asked, "Wliat is the reason 

Kur p.-e;ii'liiiis and trying to 

'Zv.-i',- ,','„'< vu'ir^JplrTbolitioij 

Tbay irerB not. 

'■Did they not spread un influenc 

'IV «■<»■>»«' n K h"'» 

Tbeyflfl-d, As they no* say. 



;| , lt ,t, ; ! v, , ,l 7 .",' 7"' l '" :i ;, r ;",-" M ''7"' •* 

Hid Hour ia sold mtn-li r.iap. i tl.au in any 
■ wa^es ami extra I.. bur, tin' co*t of raisins; Hie 

i»n"?c. 8 t^ is ^ S eKo;:':r;":;i:;:,E. , i'oi 

least the cos to themselves of Ibe flour they 

r"' 



Manufacturing Socie 



E. F. fin 
F.' a". M .' 



Great Salt Lake Ci 
New Porthait G> 



Boa..! o; /'.„.,■,• 
us- 2, 1802. 

of portrait painters I 



Vl:-:^ 



'..'.il'i, ■'- i ,-'.' ',.■'■,, .Vi '' v ''.. 'In- liml.-iMi, i-r iic.ticii-.tr a i.nv portrait gal- ] " " 

rbtnffifedt.mii/nnm^i.M.. t-v in U„ hmlding to the north of the atore ' W M H (1 W A D F* 

» of wi..lr,; I., ..,„ rr^nm ,f 1!, W .-,.E1 rc^e & Co., wbcre, i- deed ,| ™ iU * fl 17 U A tt U , 

.,y;";' 1 i7;::'i^?i"V^. i Xaa' l K 1 i ; ": ^! r ^;,^vrt";!"^-, , :,\:^'::';-^ 1 r';^ t t^r,i, 11 o.-,ii.ryi 1 ,tnortr fli tro ^ M„Mri dssti 1.1,3:11, 

.'..!.■!.,. Hi.' Bible. I We Have "n | h! I Vula Perris and Hopkir 

"JliJ yon bHii'ie and prcac !i lli.i t 1 ,.i.1 Uai ;, i, . its .■ ■,]? m ..■ m L).-*,-i ,-,,- ,,,■<■ ^;il ■/ ,>.ii,.ii,r. : " I - |: - J -> 



j> bi.tpu.il 
pkir B , With 



COCXTY ROAD, EIG COTTON'WOOD, 



uiobstructed northern 



.<! .eesion of tuat kingdom?'* nm tiplicd w^i.ts 

;cep°?he Latter Day S-..I.U."' ' ' MateMnreaUna 

,- Later Day S-iin's will b.> iI.hhit tl, uui,^ om co ],, anil , Ll . 
,ry repcut ot tlieif Bina and work ligbtrous- ' brow has he, n 

"What do y u undersiand by damnation?" . here by traders 



. -pt til" 'Font of perdition.' \Y,- b.-ht; 

t "in,,'!. m'Vh I'llv-'Lt'.'"^.! n.^'piiLi'., 
prrst. and terrify ibe ignomui. 



ii l 'nti(..usly liisli 



, enough should be 



I their families can Freely pass 



"It ~ .d^ °li!. peoplits_siore. 

NOTICE TO EVERYBODY! 



JDieii: 



V'.jjI,,-!''"' 

Tor „l„t ,v i 






Jfciu 


jl&uerlieements. 




-oSi„.., r , 


7:H,l3''.S£»H,S'- 


n?s 


liliiH 



50 SETS HARNESS, 

2009 Horse and ISMc Siiees, 

25 Kegs Horse, Mule and other Nails, 

READY-MADE CLOTHING, 

BOOTS AND SHi, S, 

S/TAItrS AND OTHER RIFLES, 
REVOLVERS, etc. 

«RAIi^'& k pROYISIOiVS. 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



T ?. U T H iHD LISBRTV 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 13, m 




VOL. XII, 



Willi Hi, Spirit and powirof Cod 
unler the uii.lprslBlijM.K8 ur the h'o 



" '"■" "HSS 



■ b Ho" i g"»r°7o Ve t r |.*i» d t«K""r.h»Il preaeb, lLoTl'd''> S ^d n rh e ' , . i l,^„ k '" , :. d Tl" i *k l"' ""• ''''"''•"' l " 1 ''''''''' "''' ■' ! "'''*'' "'"''' ''''"'' """"^i- 'X^Z!'/,ATl'mtch!,'jJS > whether' 

jm?^" ot a, '" ^'|'» , .-'j'^i^n»''^-'')i^V;^r 1 '™M l ''i , l,rf .v,li\'!,"|,i!\'i,r.'i 1 ',v',' 1 , , ,.; , ,', , , , ', 1 '::''' l , , , , , , 1 , i. ;:;::!,/;,':; ,";„ ! , l '„";' , ''.. , "' :, ' ! -.' '■.';■■' - '■■■■ '■','.■■'■.■ ' 

*TkiiS ."«!««.„ d.i b. iom i! on, j S^£^!i3L^I!HS^HSi! i l;;, , :H':, ; i}'!EiC!:''''vi::i' , ' : , ¥;'{'. " '.';' T'^'if 1 '^&Sl"ii$Bl 
^p\i":£oy%p^^i»f g ', i b"',,'^^"rtbf' ho.; g?,„:,: , ;:::;";;i :;; :™;r;:.}3:ri S: :-i:i : S°if£ ! J?FM n jr hC 'fi" ? ^~»° Bl "" »«■ « 

l arn ,, , I J no^d rev™'.' a ShUouf p"".on 1" 

II k I I ',, , ', ', , ' , ', ' ' !" ,! '-" :i >' '■<■'<■ ' I -.11 .-■ 'l.'.'--,.'. .Ii",""i', I „ | i, i" , h a v e ?c,,t r ,;r o7lo';irmn. 

I»a pro£i.e.l, eythemoi, lis , i i'„ ..'.'.on ■' •'- ;.',!' ,;" ,'•'. ";,■'-' ','■' ". , ,',''"' 1 ',"' '"'I' ' '■''"'I'"".' l' '■""!., I l»ci, .cdy Mr.-, ■.•..■.■ current of iniquity; defying tbiOg«tt«Ka 

, > i 1- io£«v,„f.;. 

M I ', far f om h . Makcr-f l'.'', , ' , ' ',' ' Ml °r nothing." k, 

| lr S ',' i ' " ' ' I 1 ' 111 III, L could not SCO the face of We diJ not produce ourselves. We did not 

i;!""!,. 1 !';''!,";, 11 ^" ll " a "'"''";' 1 }-'■< ! " '"'"" don- p" - iimc-llnt lime and'e'teriiiiy'are ,','!,, 'haw" li;',-' ,'u' n' rin'liil' V.'h'i."' t<'.' I u'" "l'!i -Who' !„"" .i'i"','!'"""" '.' "' '',"">' "''" : ' 

V a 'Mr' 



i in-,.. , i .»d.-.^.^. b7 wwES' c ™'ss u;: l ;"r°^"rcr^JS dre, ' i; ^ i "' o '^ r ^"^'1« b 

ibe Lonl J. nn l-'liii.l and walk in all lliej It has been thought^ 



[domjei 
ught Ibo principles 1 Dai 



rdon me, if I dim r It in Ibis 



been subject, r ,,.,,, ,1,,,. |, ,,g. .,,,, .„„.. . „,,„,„,„. h 1,1, spiritual ki»£ 

douisof h.worMil,.. kingd ,,r (l.„l a,,,! ,,,,,„, ,, J„ C „ a c0 ,, c of " morals lbat 

bwCbris ha„c.„.„,„nr,,l,.„,d,.||.l„. „,b:,l„- „.,„I.J rMiall the »p,„i.s of , he people to god- 

S t „ 8 ow,id E e , 'de'::;\ l ;, i 'i:::' ;;,r,t^X' KMrvS *£«■£'.- ^ltzi^i 



">"," ; '"> '■'■' ''■"""< All Mankind are „„,, a title t ■, reign on the earth when the 

i 1 II 

,i ^iaK,'^ | sr; wte„. s^ r^ 

i i i ii i , ii I, 

lucip u of death, but puisne the path lh.it o„d they caught him and cast him i it oi -he 

I 1 I 

'"—-"d by the preach,,,; ,.., ,. ;„ ,t, h,„, nd treated him as 

"a!°ed to do" I I 1 e I hi king om 

ml iinpruhijble ens- ' temporally; and they ali'iyiji'^"'",^', 'in, 



' ."' ! : 
every "unbedy 



When MoBcsv.ent ,1,1, ,11 
rae wil h tbe God of li 
aid in the camp, "whci 



, j .J» tried lo search out Cod, but 

i I I 1 , I t 

a greal llesigner and J/ramer of the uliivene 

how lo approach him.it ri 

t Being ia the God of 

taj to whom we accede it 

"J ' '"""< "ll'-ring,, nnil'trolj-'lit"', 

o drink and rose up lo play." There wo, 

i'l'ut'^'.',','' '!'.'■"' """ '"'■''•'• "'">' '''•■'''■ '"• '■' " ' I '■ 'I'.'ii !' '•':'•• '"•"■■ •'•' 

' ' '"' '' , ''i 1 ' 1 " ' ''''"I' ; '"' - ■ i„. Ih.,i i., .. !„■ I- :■ ., 1. il-. '.• i", 

l " 11 '" 1 ■ ''l"H"' 'hink any |„.r...ii w.ll the giver of It. " 

'■»; '■'' l ' : :':;;; :, " ,i ' ,| '' | l " I';"" Il ' l, 'b,-I...i.l. h-iii-:,,,,., ,„.„,,, talk a great deal about 
'ill "',Ui,' 8 ,." r '.., S .''' l .f ll ,. ll ' a i , || l ,V l| ,|','; '1'C, d.u'n','.",';," = ,'i,a! i "d*",/"l l,M for'lbT 

C !',' "';.,,'" i f»k'-'"'''«'-'«!>-*'.'i ltn"i' n, |' l ii.'g f °who'"hJ s ' mar 



t Jeaua ia the Chri 
xcellcnl idea that was ndvi 



■verlastiiig n;ht.o,:s ,, ,,i,ia,is ,v : the 1, f: I ;vn' u ,h-\- I, An r t . .- . ,,.,-, ;,.-,] t|,,. ,.,,,- n,., ,, 4 i ,.-,,,.,, . , N „ ,, (j „,,,, ,,,, '"'""^ 1 - , ele,t . K1D & " to Da 3 many 

vbole ea.tb s,ch wa li ' , ", y "^ {j^R l^-to di^po^o f^"^ ~J" '» 6ive 

VpMtla.f" ° e °" 1 " ! ' '" ' L ''^ "' " L , rul« over him, wither 'will 

' I '< ' ' "'^^i'pj'^j Somite 

nil,,-, f„, l.oll, th, l ■ ,: li- ,-.,ii„ nn eailh, and the Wdnni f 1. .1 ,;, a I s I u the pe,, r l", I,,- doea it r.nrld ,,,,!,■, i ii.it .!■■,, | , . ,,, ,:,,. , ,,1,',,! ,,','.,,0 ''tuii'i „ n 1 n P ,,H H, a ,,t-'. 

,l..rl I.-.l in heaven a „■«,., I, „ ,;;,,. „.. ,, II , ,„ ., ,,,., i r„, ami lh.,r eiliiiirtjlio-s and .1-1,. II,,., .■■■„, -i ,,. I,,,,,,,,.,.,, ,,.,, I.i, „;',., .,..'. , ' ', U ', ' !V", V" '' . 



the Savior bj'hia'l.-.'ii'i,!"" "h ,' 
Hilly "lei" nd the sayinga 



t I will venture to use one of ^"eay'ing^ 
111 HI 

It I ii I 1 1 ,1 ,My kingdom ia 

*'°" °T fight', that"? 



i Jewa: 



Com 



">0>to of bia krajdom is "Pel 



hrougb iM„s.,», as a Hind, still-necked peopi 
ml when .1, sua and Ida aposlles came the, 

, lli-h |,..('| la. I'hev W' aid lint re, i 



glory. .Should IheLordAlmighlys 



ne..p:.. are stilf-necked, the Lord CD tell the 

The kingdom that Jeans came to eaiabll, 

i e kingdom Daniel aaw, but that atil 

necked, rebellious g- nation w„u ,1 not ,. 

coniUtaatly have given l.he'm power over He 



tjoeeph S,„i 

' ph la, oil, in' 



latter days, to lay the foundation of i 
lasting kingdom no more to be throw 



lioeu.l, s Joseph ll.e pr. j. 1,,-t lias i ;■ 

,.,,.. lo p„ .....s.on ol I ,e I| ly S; ,„, , | 

tud wise can imasibly do, though aided 



nine 'li',,,.",;".'.,'.''"!. el',''«;" '" iln,'. Sit'" 

age; but they eiippo..e that tiny sacrifice a 
great deal for God and _ do him a gleal' 



:..|,ii ■ II, 



atr'Jc 



iu dbuva. 'l'bc Lrtaili LUat is u. tLvti ^.. 



THE DESERET NEW! 



[AuonsT IS, 1862. 



ll "vel ^luVilrv, and So aa 'hey ,.!«..- 



d tb-n they E D Ii .idle -alt ' 



the prlrlleps^f^rrovmj 
vQodhaa givM HwbAtImI 



II, h.,j de-ir..'. n, .1,1 ll.ines In cm. in pa." 

that ano lier Blinll often be f, I on In. I.n. ■■■ 

"lib biv.. Inn |.rieile C .■ nf |.r..i-iiif tliein 

a-elrea ore tin. in their life lime wbelhc 

they .l.-l.cllleJ ill lh.lt whirtl WHS riflil o 

tli it which "mi «■!»«(, inn! .ir.-orJ.iii; In thai 
Ihn.c .Vim have been without law will b 

Hipht nf Inniv [i, me tlin.e win. place tliei 
affections upon earlhly w.allli, Ilinn the chil 

Tlioae who wish to join ua In thla prca 

thatwhh I. iie'luv 1-line.i. it ia nolo. 

law'»°an*l ordinmic°ea ot'cod. It i» no matt. 









nun,- ami ii.tee.rilv, an. I inviting all to joi 
' ",", ",'!'"',' „' ', , ""» els", f' Gc 

i h .V to'Tbo' wo'.'i!r"'l he' C k.nBa''',',!.m,' 'i,';' 



. LordJeeus. Others but not to iricrel 



apaeitiee, and rewatds Spc 3u 8 
a in the flesb. . ' „ „,. 

I., do yon na i.rally d.a- '°" s '°' 



re.ponse of welcome in your besom.? My h , t„, „,„t that the law cannot be ex cut.J 

...in «■!'. » M.l.,,.l...w-,y m nt l-l.ink ,. s , a „ or Territory or part thereof. 

I'j'nnTtt;:,' ' ! ' v , n'." -> h.M.1 s e ™ ^i™^-;^™ °nt,\t 



May God bless the peopb. Aran 



I.jG.d.1. 



THE EXCISE LAW. 
ant enactment C ngress "to pn 



', ,'i ' „"!,", "i ,"r':,'i, '.',';■„,.. ''.",;, z 



-:;: ,, ,' i 



aigl.t isthe pal,-, mi.l n.nww 

|, ll all „„,,l,l I,,', d.nnni-.'i; ',. s ,', 

iy Sa.ntB. He answered " c, a .1 There i» 

he Latter Day Si,,..., unless they the earth i 



All these dill, r 



Willi Ibe'Llp of Go.l. No mallei win tl 



"]' ',''." I '"i , i;". , "!' 1 '"w!,''', '■'"', 

y a°riTa'll Vli^'l.e'd".'"*! In' 
^-"''""'""y'lh^^'jou; 



tor consumption, after the 6 al of the pre 



-ionerof Internal Hevenue." The incumbent, I" instituted to prevent any evasi n of th« 
whose duties are defined, is to be appointed provi.io.a of .be .na.tn.cnt .bat may be at- 
by the President, by the advice of the Senate, tempted. 






i'm;..-.,i.i..... -n ii. , .,< 

I,, deep II- M,l. ... It 111.1 , 

"ii"' This "','lhiy h.,7l', ,1,',' 



I'..- ea~i.li, and Hi-y I,.,,.- I,r.,., a b'l with the, 

'UK nto one, poa. siini; tl.L- aaini. teelii.^ and heaven lion i„y i, :, l; .| ] ■ ,11 ivi ,:,- ,,,„,,, '"''" ' ° „ FO '," ,™.„J i!""' e ^T 

•o'lilof our b«ly ,.-l. ,-„„,. all n. „,,- deter- I, ,„ ,.„- ,, „■ - Toe „..,v.,un ol G...I -lti-.nale,-,i,i g thetaxinoneyfromtbepocket, 

"I'l'-'' I. |..,..n,.,e tl..- .,,,-! „| ll.,,| ,,„ t!,e .-. I . I ..tneiale ... II,,. ,],.,, ,| ,,, .1... I,.„, ... L ,( ol ll,- p ,,|,|. to the- I l.MSU ry , W ,th„ul J. -..ilea 












red barrels per year, twenty-fivt 
atillerB of apple, a il peacftetr 
ua-ntity produced per year doea nol 



i per year, twenty-tiv, 



a,- aiidciL-hll, elas., livedo 
,r,l and lodf,,,;., l.vriity-f, 



fifteen dollars; when 



August 13, 1862.' 



THE DESERE* NEWS. 



■ Sates and T- 



1 dollar., from duly. 



Rertb.efi.-lt day or Ang 


It, eighteen hundr 
On candles, thr 


ard oil, linseed oil, must 
nimal and vegetable oil 
on; gas, from five to fine 


rd seed oil, and a 
, two cents per ga 
en cents p rth. usa 


alio: ; ground coffee, or 
hrec mills per pound; gr 


vely, eight cents p 
ubstitute for coffe 
and spices, one c 



nd bicarbonate of 



I for chewing, if i, 



fifteen cen's p r pound; sm ting t 
from two to fi.ecents per pou .d; siitill' 
cents per pound; cigars, rroin buy c 


'.."; 


of barytes, ten ceu s per one hundred 
paints and painters' col ra, not otb 


~ 



and a half rent per square foe 

.East of I be Cape of Good Hop 
e, 1. mess' and rough leatlie 
d; all other finished upper l! 



! , I V eMsh""™u h B y b'! V mto W t ! be 



ny instrument, document 01 paper without »™"» >•' "ur geil-ral.V I don't believe Howe 

"«»■»» be ng stamped, inc , a penal,. .,.;','. '„ ,,',' ,'"" j ^ 'Zl^ ","" 

ffirtydollara. Meicine.aud alien',,,,, ■ , l„l , ,. , , ,„ ,,',;. !.' -' 



I provides for the payment of dutit 



Sec. 83 prescribes the 
(fixes the penalty for del 



rs tor every passpoi 

! Stale. 

Sec. 88 levies three 



id and sixty-three, and a 



Ida for the payment 
i enormous public d 1 



)>,,y, not it duties, to the Unite. 

Sec. 115 provides that the |: 

sessors and collectors and their 



of Internal Kevon 



be twenty million direct t,v, after lit 
Ajitil e:e|,t,tn Imn.lred ami sixty-lit e. 
A MODEL FOURTH OF JULY ORATION. 



rakes Fourth of July i 
■ will drop ttglt^b.m 



ed for wliatever Eng and said, .md Knew 



ople in England, du 



l-.l him, air we 



II was eery wrong of the English to make 
',1 °r'the"i?'own*k'i,'l',"!l !!",'', "''" ' U,:;IM ^ 

11,1 ' A""'"'-a le,ll'[>.|.„'-e,| "ifci 

o.-it, they could not be , id to 1„. the sumo 
■unity. Hut we are doing our be,, to ex- 



o theme, I Every volley of artllle 
ps away the very Mfo and soul of t 
try. We are shedding our own bio 



"' "■""' blush II, |,..|,l|,,., [„, |,e, 

I ' II 






of the guard. Citizens were pro- 
i Congressmen. The corporal slated 



ere there is any prospect ol their ben g 
wn to the devil, (or mat is the quickest 



Then, we have beei 
iiiging Hessiausan, 
r us. But what doe, 
ily? It s 



A Pol.tf. To»K tN Pa 



',',', -h, ,!', .Mlhn'l-i .. '"an. I '.".'gel, and 'lieint- 






^W'^iypj 



m, 



EUA8 SMITH....EDirtlH AND PDBUSHEE. 

H'fdiiesflay, Ungual 13, I8C2. 



RESULT OF THE ELECTION. 
.Ion in this county, was unusually I 



out opposition. 

In Great Salt Lake City predict, Alonjo I F;om 
II. Raleigh and Aurelius Miner were elected 
justice, of the p-ace, Albert Dewey anjllen.) 
Heath, constables; Hubert Pierce, Elnathar 
lildrcdgo and Levi E. P.iter, fence-viowers, 
and Briant Strinrtam, paund-keeper. 

In Farmer's "precinct, II. C. Iluilingc. 
was elected justice oT the Peace; Thomas C. 
Cragan, constable; John Dnllon and Wash- 
ngton Limon, fence-viewers, and James 



inE DESE 


BET NEWS. 


EAuausT 13, 1862. 


THE EXPEDITION AFTER INDIANS. 


animals on the Big Island of Gre-n River— 


the north fork of Lewis' Fork, about lOmilei 




5 miles below the Lander Road. During Ibis 


below the Three Tetons. 


Notwithstanding the general high opinion 
t?„„" officer" andT brave man, a feeling of 


thieves snee they had left Bridge. The 


ing this fork of the rver, the water being 
divided into three branches. The tlrst branch, 


nity for his safely and that of the Volunteers 


lb. nece.sity of preparations for a longer 


about a hundred feet wide, was not so deep 


expedition than was contemplated at starting, 


as to cause much difficulty; but the second 


accordingly Capt. Smith and Lieut. Kiowlton 


was deep and the current swift. Traveling 


Ua expedition norlhward was learned from 
the lips of thoBO who had to return from in- 
ability to continue the pursuit. Il was, tbere- 


Land r road, lo oblain provisions, but were 
unsuccessful. The expediti n afterwards 


about 3U0 yards, up a gravelly sand bar, the 
seennd branch of the river was forded, in 
which one man was nearly dro.mcd. Capt. 


ness that we heard of the arrival of a messenger 
to Governor Yonng on Friday night r. porting 


came np and continued on 15 miles before 
camping for the night. In conversing with 


Smith bad led the way, and a portion of the 
command had got through the third stream to 






rt'"!%°bn\h™nmtog?™T*t°c> l *t 


Thursday previous, the Indians had stolen 


bo se became unmanageable, and, refusing to 


have listened' to the narrative of the pursuit, 
the labors performed and the privation. 


lEES'rSSSnS 


about 50 yards. McNichol was trying to drive 


! heavenly Father for the preservation of the 

H".ofo,„Mo ainlioys. 

Vp to the present lime, we have not Been 


whiles being killed and three wounded. Noih. 
in s was recovered. On Ihe night preceding 


denly ItfellTto .LVwa" "and' ."mo"..' "'..- 
stantly disappeared. JMeNichol, following 


the arrival of ihe expedition, some Indians 


after, probahiy in expectation of aiding his 




attacked an emigrant train, wounding one 


horse, seemed to immediately be carried away 


he may intend to make to his General; but 




by the swift current beyond all human aid; 




The captain and Sergeant Spencer ran down 


our part lo furnish our readers a Bketch of 
| the expedition that ban caused so much inter- 


animals in the morning, during which Lieut. 


the bank of the stream to his assistance, but 


Knowlton, Seymour Young and Solomon Hale 
returned to the Lander read, and tried to pur- 


the current was so rapid that he waa carried 






'of the parlioB who have returned to the city .' ' "''" f "" ''"""'" '"'"' ' ln '»> of eighty wagons, McNichol was the be B t swimmer in the com- 




d.i.inns.o '.i'll.d' 1,. i:.,'!„, JHu K»i,, ! "'" " lli " 1 * ''» T'J 'k""»J pries. In fact, with Ihe watery element. He made no call 


by others than whites, was done by the north. V'" *- " " ' " ' ' = r: "» ls was "erything , for assistance, and appeared lo want none-, 

en, Indians, or a s rolling portion of reue-adr, cou.plimei.tar)-, underlying which was 1 possibly thought he could still deliver himself 




are about lo notice, the cvii " „.,, ,-,„, '""""• I-s-ib'i ■'■■"i. -c'..,l«,ih the Indians ! 300 yards, he was engnlphed in the surging 


Iblngbut conclusive agai-.st them; now, there T',? h '* Ml " k " i lLe iuimigranl. already | water, and dsappeared forever from the view 


seems lo ..., but HUH room for doubting their 1 "a',","^ , t „„„„ , 1 a 3 - ,, 1 ot Ms 8 ° rr ° win S co nrades. The remainder 


tha'.neeil.ciosc wate|.ii,gjndp,,.per.l'lenl;on. ' ,'",T r- "' " ' mal1 Btresm nea ' l |". e base 1 their camp for the nighl-.i sorrowful, hun. 
F-.-en.tt.el ' bs. of 




r»T"o'r "jVclVn^^ ' ' ' " '" 


mountaineer, of .be Wasatch Range, about ' 1°°**?} ° tfal , b « f ' "" "T" »' fi " Seventh Day-Started again on the Indian 


'■■ miles ,1 Ilrnleer. on lb. ,,,g ,1„. it, I, "^ '"'' '' " '":' b "" apparently two day, lrack in a „,,<,,,., „,„„,: „„„ „ „,,,„. 


horses and mules of which numb .30 returned i , * surprised, as there were eu- j , (re e, the name of J. M. Crist, July lltb. 


in Ihe morning. C.ipt. Mmlh. being in lbs 


lions of a fi«l,l " v, -■ ' ,'th" Ui,"" -j', 


1832, on a second tree, the same name, in 



Cr.ga 



n the ground per- vcrted , lnd , oy> „, 
ay-light, and tra- 1 ^.^."^hl 



Absalom IV. Smitl 



Coal Mise.— It is currently 



h "V ;"';r' b, T' , * lL """« , "^r^»'r'- 

jihe^ddie,^ prov.;;.:. ZTiziy:,'^, L En °i' 

The following is a list of Ihe name, of the ' [° t ""X\ Z"' 5 

eX|,edtion: Imonly called S 

Captain. Lett Smith. , . 1 Vh I 

L'eulenanls. Jos Rollins J. Q. Knowlton. „"?,'„ Vj™!^ 

Se*g e e°a"nta:". e H. W.Riter.Howard Spencer, —a fearful roa 

Coiporals: S. B. V, ,„ ., H Bri.igb.urst, ft. Indians here wa 
Mjriclt, A. BigJer, II, B. demons. I. "" 18 " e " *"> i.ores.ro 

P111..I1 ... J.„. 1 ,|, 1.1.1,1, 1. A. lloil.l,,,, '•--■' stones; some places a thousand feet ,,„..,. .,„ 

^V-"^, -;::;,!!;;:•, -".%.",:;:: &". £.•..,., Hi?;; ^"LT^ir'^-^ 

fable.. il, l',„.„ ,.,,. I,. ,„, Join, V : „, , ' , ", ■"•'/■'■■•' P""l- orlyin- pt, ori ,,a 

M'i'i M ,i|.hv. Jo cob li.-hir, A llmd.ll. "'ream. On thu trail, Ihe company cconom 

1 y hid. W,„. I.oo,. „.„!,, IV, I,,,,,, f >1 evidences of other th ■ ft,, as the track, ", ,, 

« 111 O.anl, 11. km, I, .,11, P. Corny, E. A. of large Am -rican horses, mules and cattle r „ ir 1 , 

Noble, I,....,- Ai ei.i.,. , II |; oiuiu e. I). ,.- ,-.„ ,,„ r l,,.. :„.„,,; .1," , ■ > «" la1 '' 

,i!d.M..\„. I.-.i ,„ -m , j, ..... iv .J 'I . ! ' ■• .'"-''V^. the conclusion cut, and 

•l'"-pb T.ivh.r, I.- I.,,,, ,, 1V,„. c. Allen! , ""t the original hand pursue 1 frem Bridge j The [„. 

J"" ph'Tenv, Ch.is llurnhn:,,, (;..„ Col|..,.ll l: ' l(1 galh.-le.l an.nglh in numb is dm „,.. their ' jr. .J v , 

n \. ',; , v,", v« j .£ *^ ^\^;,;i:^™?z:^: 

l.'Ai'io'i^m.l'ii, F.'l-".i'](w,.'li.".ll""G, , |,;,„ l | ','j"| 1 'n' >->•> "•' pursuers into the belief thai II, r 1,,',°,'', 
'■■-.o Bennion, J. Lark.n, James Crow I dians had been the aggressor.. B ,t ' dian's tra 



.BE COHIKO?- 

ay lo Deseret 



ong the f ormer evening's Betting Bun. Found here 
" l0 the [ Lieut, Know-Ron's mare that had been stolen 

\y lh «l"ltoolnaon, ^"terribly ja°,lcTa'n I .""hfaw ot 



, James I-jilay, F. Pri 



Valley, near the Three Teton 


.about 'and the remnant, of a Ba e'l 11 "","" 


esno.theast of Fort Hall. 


j seemed here to have been not more than 


Ihe Muddy, through which tt 


was 3.i hours a-heal ot the expedition. A wh 






gingthe pack,, provisionsai.de 




Ian, in their hasty flight ab 


ndoned 1-rsons were sent back to llri.;-.-r 11 ,ih 1 




.colls. 1 worst animalsi-Corporal N. Mrriek, I 




it day- | vale. Win. C. Allen, J. Terry, C. Bnrnha 


• assed an abandoned mule, 


raveled J C. Cotlerell, A. S. Rose, J. M. Hi,™, 



sfaction to C .pt. Smith a 
every thing kad alread 
possible. Tne Indians I 
northerly course near lb 



15 miles an.1 brcak'ast.d a- a branel, ,i„,. Pirl-, w,,, nh„a„ r ,L. 1 „ ' (»«»■>« - I- logs, mad, a raft, and Capt. 

of a. ma„ spring. Three ^XL, .' S™ f I^T mITS' c"'"" "' T""'' ^ ^"' & 

creaaed Ham's Fork, where, from ,h, [r*J, \ Green, J. „„,ay, ,. Prinee.'L. A. HuRkt £2^^ SS»** ?."""«• T* '*> 

anearedTh.' 1 ,' "°""^ "" ^"""l T1 » »'"'>P a »y then traveled 10 mi. II 1 I I 1 r , onpo.i e k!T 

appeared tohaie had great difficulty tokeep'a sim lar kanyou, thickly wo. l.ai.ds miles the ho -. .„ Vi I. n- i,r n 



irtb ferk of Le»I«> mr. 



11 fork of Green River, 5 r 



Bridgcr stock. The 



track, and which , ieland in the middle of the water. The cap 
urs before Ihe trail] tain, and Caldwell made another raft and 
miles,,and eroded wllji th. assistance of ropea which W 



Auoott 13, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



S to his body, mai 



ligb prices. The U,,,..,!,:, 



till; miles of Fort Suit. la r 



while Young packed 



■ Meets. Found plenty of 



« contiiuea 


o he 


ma 


Hiatal 


,_ 


e lait week lb 


lulf, 


the 


Oi.f.. 




presented a. 1, 






.1) ae 




itb side ot Ja 






rid a In 










•to Ri 




the Ilappab 




. b 


I" » 


•y 



. fired upon from f 

ed battery and disabled, when of the Shenandoah, leforo 

ded, the officer, and crew made | pas. away, the anticipate 



The army of the Pol 



Day -The company 



•"" |':lm.|m.h.;uh1 Ihc t.Hiat bvirn.-.l. O'.lioi IkmL. h.ul nut t.. i . .ill c , 

or- | been fired at bnt escaped capture, not bow- was oxp.ite, 

u-taj ever without injury and having; more or less had, a, represented on the last or 

»» men killed. | perfectly organised and there wa 



l-orci'fi """- »•' -lav, 



1 boy, who 
aft, and th 
lb, plunge, 






>s. on the shore kept adding other 

labor, the praiseworthy exertions 

were brought ashore. Allg'ot safely 
Crisman's horse getting entangled 
led.taking down stream will, him the 
tol and clothing. Game being very 
e boys weak and hungry, the cap- 
■d Mr.Clrmoli'a borae,whicll was in 



I.ieut. Knowlton, Mr. Hereford and a fei 
others went exploring for a crossing, but re 

where they h d camped two nights before 
The remnants of tbe horse still held out, and 
the boys worked vigorously hauling log 
some three or fo.r mileBlu erder to construe 

Twelfth Day.— Mr. Heretoid onperintende. 
ihe construction of a substantial raft, an. 
crossed over the men and baggige in saf.ty 

over without difficulty. Tiaveled over a ver; 
swampy.marahy ground, that had to be bridge. 

having to carry the baggage to free the ani 

Ili h ground. Af er resting a' few hours, re 

.u'.lel of M.irkel Like. Li. n't. K,-„,wll ,.'„'„ ,e, 



V»ny left entirely v 



ley all did their duty and nobly comporte 
Not having had the advantages of a pel 



lore the skirmish. The 
Sterling. Ky„ by ab.l 



had ceased operating against Vicksburg, and tee's fleet, from the Mississippi, reached F 
,it was believedthe last guerrilla raid had been Monroe, and five more were shortly expee'e. 
; witnessed in Kentucky andTennessee.superior After retiring from Yickslurg the boats pa.si 

arrangements having been made on that ac- down the river and left the Southwest I-a, 
[count to prevent such occurrences, but what ! on the 17:h of July. It was generally belien 

tbe arra. gements were Is not stated. that Porter's fleet had been ordered round I 

I The guerrillas in Missouri, as per reports, ' assist in removing the obstructions to 11 
' had been unusually active during the last ten ' free navigation of James river between Han 



• They had not proceeded Bend, 
ere joined by fifty more. On t 
liately instituted by a Fed- Confed 



WAR KEWS. 

lam have been fighting with each 
on whatever pretext war may hav. 
augurated, particularly when Chris 
-called, have been deluging the eartt 
owl and desolating each the other's i 
nces to the full extent of the power i 



States. They are evidently doing a heav; 
Oh the 25th of July, Brownville, Tenn., wa 



j Springfield. Five hun 



rytblr.g In 
iilicipated I 



"a"! Upon request made by a tfr] 
he from Ohio, in behalf of the cilizi 



■ ixor e ven hundred men, crossed the Mi.- j diana and Illinois fron. „_.. 
souri on their way no thward and on the ' The boats are to be of light draft, dn 
night ot the 3i,t, crossed Ihe Hannibal and „„i y ,,„ y lrt o( water, and to carry two 
St. Joseph railroad. He is reported to have j each. How effective such boate Willi 
received large ace ssiona to his force as he , limes of low water those who have p 
marked through the country, roindexter ' up and down that river when there was 
with another large force of guerrillas waa ' eighteen inches of water on the bars, ca 
marching in the dir.ction of Glasgow, where j„d g e. The Buckeyes, Hoosiers, and Su 



lute... piuon. 
lightly woun. 
It was repoi 



g wilh marauding, ba 



t for such pr< 



eputed regulars m ade 
iclons Ihe spoils L , T 



„plo.e.iK.i H = ,liwlleky., Kiierri||a8 kn[e , B , te „ mtn at 
waa thought that ihey Mo _ mme twe|vc lni , eB be|ow Q 
Led to evacuate in fator j MiM SBippi ,,„._ by cutting thei 



™'' tad'tX'd'e'i £«" ' i''ci° r 8 U and t a h fa t r''°l 

& 00tl ! amount o. n;,, ..: ..dc'ient force to ll 



ot ao.ur,some bacon and toltacco,.fpr which ' Frankiqrt., The report 



went into the Indian Country aputbw n| sion made Herein for taxi. 
i Kaneaa, was recenlfe reported, and the j bo,,,. No on. need tear sc 
ea had coroe le»c<. from some cavts, > d^en ion thaj, account. 



THE DE SERET NEWS. 




»S tbo co^in- .«. !ou ._ tWorkil , e 



ninomiletea. What if y.ni J., Ii.ip, 

bl r 'd .cende,' °"" 
_._. trembling in 

'r..'!i'a-'iip'lb«,tep B 

u : ' 



you may aB well wad like 



Aouust 13, 1862.] 



TIIE DESERET NEWS. 



SONG FOB THE 24th OF JULY, 1S02. 



©eiurcil Notices. ®enerctl Notices. 



L".. !:'»": 



®cncral Notice©. 



PEOPLE'S STORE. 



"W B iVTT W «t \g A.CT O UV NOTICE TO EVERYBODY! 

GEORGE BONELLI, 19th Ward. T»s 



50 SETS HARNESS, 
2000 llorso and Mule Shoes, 

25 Kegs Horao, Mule and other Nails, 
READY-MADE CLOTHING, 
00TS AND SHl> S, 









AESTRACT 

i„,o»«r.«i.on»/or.»cr»o,.l«o/ 
G. S. L. Cily, Utah, by W. 



,.,,„,,,„. ,,,^,,. ,..,„,» 20th i I ' 






SIIA11PS AND OTHER RIFLES, 
REVOLVERS, etc. 

GRAIN*"** PROVISIONS, 



Dry Bulb. 
Wet Boll). 






HulM-at ami low.^t ranee- of Therinoinetl 
Max. 94°. Min 50° 



one-fourth of an inch. The weal 

MONTHLY JOURNAL. 
1. Clear anil hot. 









n 


A in. iii.-il'i 


I..u.l|; 


1-1,1 Mil - 


era. 












VII 


(.'loU.'V .111.1 




























M 


do. do 








no 


Moilfl dea 


; a t«» 


clouds in 


pm. 


'/.l 


Clear. 


















SO 


i>.uti..i:i .1. 








JO 


Clear ai.d c. 








The agrioaltor. 


**« 


g promise plenty. 



®cncrctl Jfot'ucs. 

"w7e. ANDERS0NrMl)T 



a t ":.':"":" 










HENRY' MA I 11 EN, 

SIGN WRITER AND ORNAMENTAL 

PAINTER. 

Til WARD. 



HAND IN HAND 

lb a" si s M • *. 

ice ciieah saloon, ' 

dxnincT_f.ooms. 

ICE CREAM SALOON, 

DINING ROOMS, 

LIGHT BREAD, BUSS, CRACKERS, 

Iced Soda- Water and Lemonade. 






UNITED STATES 
(AIL #! #&%& STAGE, 



L. I. SMITH, PuoraiETort, 



A P : ■ ■ • ' 



WM. HOWARD, 

DISTILLER, 

COUNTY nOAD, BIG COTTONWOOD, 



GREAT INDUCE MllIS 

CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL ft - LAWRENCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 



merchandise, 

Groceries, Hardware, Prints, Sheetings, 

Blue Drills, Tickings, Hickories, 

Denims, Flannels, etc., 

For Bacon, Winl. Barley, or On!.. CaiK 



I00E TO THIS, ECONOMISTS! 

JOHN C. TATTON, 

HAT MANI/rACTURBR. 



66 


THE DESERET NEWS. 


[Acodst 13, 1862. 


BE TRUE. 


Colonel Connor's command nailed through lo tbero "justice" as the molt rigid dlsciplin- 
Genoe on Ibe morning of Ibe 30[h ult As arian, yel we cannot (hake off from our minds 
the trrops were passing along, a Beceder,who that they have been led into it, and are, in a 
it leems had not been fully advised as to bow great measure, the victims of others. 

tl cmselves loo loudly in favor of their leader,' will have lo defer it lo another lime; vat. 
Bang out, "Hurrah for Jeff. Davis," and be- as Ihe natives are disposed to be tro'uble- 


iHcuricD: 


^i^^ztT^izTzzzS 


EJicO: 



to the great amusement of the bystander-, for 
The command was at Fort Churchill at latest bet 

Two celebrated slock dealers having ubc for tra 

some of the cattle belonging to the govt rn- tar 

tncnt, which were in Ihe rear of the regiment, mal 

took a part of the drove and started cff with rou 

them in the direction of Honey Lake, whither cat 



night guards. Unless our i 



_ New ^bucriiscHunts. 

W.IS.TED, 



ccediDRs. Ij-o s, do not trust the Indian, overrun. 

Ob el Justice Turner does not ,cem to be in Treat Ihe wanderer, properly, keep your c, 

"""'' '■"<"■ "">■ "'" I f"- '" *"■'"", =nd open, say y ur prayers, but keep your po 



A 1!L" 



n«»i».rkt]m"l" l ,',!i'i!,',«»i i j Judge MU ha 

" ".T" I'll""^'."!'." .'."■'. V.'.T ,"»' ,',',', '!' J Vr". "1 "r" "r,.'.l""|uT** I'"' ' 8 " 1 """ ,h ' 

am how .,,i ,,„ ,„„ i„ iv. .',..„( ",.","!',..i'i '' : shall have been pasi 

",",' l ,'^|,' 1 ',"" 1 ' , r "! """ """"""l. one,, The populat on of 

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS. ly loMoTg".'^" by" 

thirty and forty of the Conf.-d.-, ate' ,., ,>„,„., ., ' "/"'■ in >he vicinity . 
who were put Into tin Stale prison at Alton, j Roclt ' overtook tho 
effected their escape by i 



ival from office is sought. 



aa Delegate to Congre 
he will, if elected, be more I 
r lale Delegate, and not be ! The Btea 

.1 Nevada, according lo the of Man, a 



TEAM-SHIP BURNED ON THE A" 

PACIFIC -GREAT LOSS OF LIFE « 

ANU TREASURE. I 7 ' 3 



' 8»* S™R«W [™ 



ile the passengers were 7-2 

at ld>025. dining in the afternoon. 

in Humboldt coun- 1 The steamer was three-and-a-half miles L AM>r 
1 of Indiana, and from shore when th- fire broke out, and the ! < • wi 
f from Unonvill", llime* spread rapid')-. The captain tiied to I Ih.'w 
dace called Black ' gain the shore in time to save the passi 
lerers, who were hi)' in the cil'ort tlje steamer ,,li,iek t - 



7 ' ■""-•■» ""■" ""pa oy nigging a, , , - • """"I", " "IT" '•■■ "'» in 

"mn.'l under the walls. Several prominent ' , "'"' ri " " •'""•■'"' "" ' > fibers. sengers, who had not ti 

The Slain of Maine was the first to furnish! 1 '"'" 1 "'" 6 '' tllc Wa ali«c country to Califor- selves. 

Iinfren called for by the r,e-i,l,nt, all,, Gen. 'company is spoken of SB having pns.vd e,, ,ond cabin and 95 crew ' 



liClsllan changed Ihe base of his' operations j la ' el J 



aade with the Ottawa MIScri .l.iNT. u s'l'nills UY WESTERN L"'"" 
deemed cltrzena of the MAIL. I tr « ai 

d of five years. | The collector of San Francisco, having re- 1 H °" a 

general exchange of fused to receive United States notes in p ,y- j FllDt » 



I the jaesengere was Mr.Be 



Ihe Federals and Confederates upon 1, , ,„„ a- 
satisfactory to both parties, the work of In- 
sending captives nou'.liw.rd for a like number rec 
aer.t northward has been going on briskly for ' $21 



fells.' s irl 
the want i 



to a speedy ter- much interest, as 
use I to be issued men of the State i 
an the Jth of An- the use of "rags" 






x, [of complaints about our Extras t 
it . altogcther.and if not delivered, th 



gest 



FOE SALE, 

60 COWS and 17 MILES. 



PETER EVANS, 

HBER, PALMER AND GLAZII 



' Th7e, r ca y ped convicts ha 111 *"*]*"' *"* ""■'•""lV»£. ' The 

Id returned to San Qucntin. TheyjtaOth 
named the "Chellis" guard 
• S:anford's flying 



TO OUR FRM'DUSD GUSTOHERS! 

W IS B™^b C X" Pa "°" U — 

FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER NEXT 

1', *T°'"r '■""?''" ""' "' h " ve "ccommo- 
dated wilh Goods on a Credit w-ll c me for- 

bc *£ a r e Ssptember'i'^w'fffl" all acco'un'tsw'ill 
KIMBALL Si. LAWRENCE. 






.|. (l . < , »uicu me "uoeriis ' c-.-r.: :.,., I .■[ 1:. ,.,,,,. t! , r , .,,,. ,,,.., . .. —"-'-' v-aau. 

serving in the",;'!:';'' ™« Kantord.., lytag infamry. A re. Oaks till Gen. McClellan had changed the! -- ^BA^I^L^tVRENCl 

^i?«^K^S^£? ^"l^f^trotZba^^jir^l BOTANIC MEDICINES 
It^-r^ DISPENSARY. 



Jury 4 D, u also to be made up by draft 

compelled to adopt before order lor l,\-.» 

hundred thousand d,..fl„ I „„■„ was ,„.„",. , P ""'" "* sm of "■"* 

fed. Drafting f„r the navy. ,-. „ b.l,cv".l' ".'V '" ic lo lh « Pacific e, 

wise a sufficient number of seamen "cm nil b" '"' "' l ' u '" iih " 1 £ their stock and adding "to I Bon - He »"»s last heard froi'u ir 
obtained. The service docs not appear to b, sa ' h " r cn,llteto - Tllc imm gration for the last ''!." " m " 1'"' at wl "ch lime he v 
atericlive as it wasoneyerr a;,. ||„. , i, ,' ''. : """ y "' 1s ' ''■'" hardly ever been freed from ' V '" lt " ! Ji «"'>, California. AddresB: J 

; -""' ■■■" " ■ - scene, of stri,. Z '££% ' ^ '" tht '"' **> -omits | Wh.teh.,,1, ,;. s. L. civ, Utah. 

having materla.li- dm, niehr.i nilhin Ihe !,,,( ' ,, , ' ? '"' ' C "I"' C1J|1 )' Ihe Snakes and ^* [California papers please copy. 

" '~ x-g» rr" ceded from ' the rest or "a^" d T a "j ^ I r -»>'^'« TH.tvrs.-Pour Indians 

^LrAOA ITEMS. [themielves particularly disagreeable a I ' arre8t "' i'cslerday by Sheriff Burton 

w'TLT^^^^^^^^Nr^-jS' a " "'"" hu °' an ' ,e " ,e, ir " ra -"'-' 8SU - d byJudseDrak ' 



INDIANS AND IMMIGRANTS. 



whitXar;:^:"^,? ,r b ^ Dr. j. l. dunyon 

wd.ereab uls of her son Charles, who left W" '' ' ' '" Mialtehlto to ihe p,«|i„ ,r u 
Great Salt Like City in May, 18ab, fer I 



L^V,* 4 * ^" '-■ -a.cv,ra,h e . (elllllbitI „ c , ear 

EUrpri,, in,,, |ia | tr faced kjm|r 



' " '" iiie cue , 

could probably J e ...- a , 



f Mr. Pugs 









announce, by way of apology, 
/or the app „„,,„,',, / ' 
that ll.e l,-hli„. ,„,„; ; h j , 



a any who have suffered fr< 



Coing Aiieao —A paper called the Gol 
'•'I"! I ".started at Lewiston, Washi 
» Territory. It is evident that the mi: 
ere arc not altogether a humbug. 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



. T T S AND tisane 



NO. 8. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 20. 1862. 



VOL. IV, 




•,st.7ni>y,hes>ii 
my right anil on n 



rf tl,C gO.pd, M 

it .acli u.iy.ei 

nuul I. We,, 

■en of impurity 



peculiarity of tlie gospel tha 



:,J : '',*"■]' . |, :ri'-".'.,''t i "'"""i'ii,"." u', ''',■' ','■■'• 

■ji" '• ,! .,■■ ■ : ■" ■■ ■■ 



„g the R.l 



rd in England 



The Bister I'liave referred to Bpokc o.tim 
said, "If you wish to be saved, repent of you 
.in., be baptized for the I emission of sin. 
and receive the laying on of handa, and yo. 
anil receive the Holy Ghost." No eoonc 
bad she pointed out the true way for th 
penitent sinner to walk in, than the miniate 

Jesua Christ authorized bia disciples in th 



■■J.IIM,". H..OI.II K.llil., 



If pe pie t ink they cannot attain to the ar.- in store l.„ he nmrul I lor one am 

= r -'»' toall the gloiy (Ju.l ha. u, store .Hiving t serve an' receive a poition ol 

lor the faithrul, hi .1 live 1.. i.die .,- It. . great pen ., and gl. ry 1 mi. sli iv,|,g lu linns. II ill. aga.l.al the I'.l 

ligueat ,-lniy Ihey ran leach, il it s a less, r all; icrnal li e-ltic greatest good that ' 

glory. '.There is one glory of the aim, anil mortal man can posse... lam striving fot , . 

another glory of the,.,.. an,la,„yl„, .|„„ l.-led II,.,. ,.,„ ,!„■ hear „l „ a,,.,, i.y N , they ha „ lost their »e„.-s or 

of the Blare; for one star drffereth from alio- shed lo.lh upon the earll,, a, .d, Hod being my cemmeiit and discilrnination and they 

theretaringlorr. So also is the re urrection helper, I mean to prove myself worthy to .ead.j at as much so as lire uppermost III 

of the dead." Let us not discard all good, possras it. lot a peach tree. You ([( r.Johmou'l 

good. | All men are in pursuit of bappinesa in one and you will see some of tile molt promfln 



aga.hsl the father when lie re he 
a ca.t , nt of heaven. Do Hie per 



glory a 



aklng f 



im to the State, 
youth. Those v 



ch I h ve in the g. spel, may go where they mil.., 
red thee,' canriot be happy: because, where,, , ,!,.■. 
out, test they take s.-lfwitl ,„. Could they lea 



era. ai, .1 the. are dead; Ihen you look at 
und'lbem are L"dV"we\' many or'you 

r"'.'al.t .'.."'i,'',."!.. '.',':". il'ar'lead'llmu' IVom » 



>: - ,"™<r<:.">i* 



■a perfectly philosophical In | merchant, in 

and or.lm.nce., to, I ,. ■ p,.,|,l. „,g ,.|, 

11 in,- philosophy, or ever) ll.clr mistral 

'::;; l r;i:;;:i,:,:';;:,!::;:.!f"5 



ayingonofhands. Hit 
wltnhim, rode with mm, ate wiin mm, neaiu ; oruaineo ana .staoirshed ordinances arc i.ol 
his sermons and teach, ngs, and bore I eitinroi.y to he ,..,,,,.,1 I.y wi'h impunity. 

,„ ll.r troll, ,1 lo.-'.i,ea ar.d of hia,e,,„,. Tbousani.ol pe, p|, who ha re got llialr re. 

rectien. "And , ,,•■'. It ,11 all'ligior, at the anxious seat have h, ,1 

, .-,. i',Ve, a"d"laid n 'him'in a sepulchre. ' duct of 'o rl'.-in Mormon, was Ira'lV. :, (i',!i" 
I I v . 1 ha » I y I I I e 

""nes'sTolhVp'eorle "' Hear ' 1 

I'aul, ■ For I ,'elivercd unlo you first of all, ! out rurlhcr preparalio 
t w-hichlalso rerrive, I, 1 nw that Ct,rist| May god bless the r 
died for oar sins according to the, Bcri 



ay god bless the righ 



I^B££lBltii 



ItEMAflKS 



ad as his special witnesses. Hi ..... 

tl!«t'Mi\cd°"m*° """" """have been so for some time, but I really be 

In like manner Joseph Smith in this last , jfre lnat , „„ p roIlli „ „,y„.|f a ble.sing, 
Br'Tnow nas j,m t^fd J tS't^y Tn "w"","! | and on )«•*>• v£> ■«■ J«"y ••{«' *™£ 



■ nil ,.,|e''l'e,','r'„r,' !'.'. .'l.''e".m,i°r"ai'd'atthe 



ilhirewouMbeinbr.J bu.on 6 0! ua 
garden, or sending me to prune oil' 



i'shment'anflb.'life' 1 'Ihi's I.Tew.. 
sustain ™Cod "ad' hia' L;.-- l-Va; i.o'lo 
!h,'„' s "«l'.'"he^.'o, 1 e'''.'l'y, 1 „'; I'.y'hia'iLe,, 
to your Resident » coin., I iiiel instr.,i. 

and I know him to be a good man, aid , 
Ihe man to pnside lure. 

The principles advocated here Ic.'.-y : 
true. Sow, t„e idea of a man hen; ., 



beard a go, 
o'h.r goods 



THE -DESERET NEWS. 



[Amcst 20, 1SC2. 



Are yen, faitbfu, <°,J- J°— Jv'n" Z?*"°™£ A"*CJ Z'^l cr?/,' I 
you an, not obeying eoun.el a. yoti » hoiild , urn ! I ! , , I , 1 knowledge to „ , especrally 

- ."■■ ""',' •„■'„. 1,1 „',,,■ ,„,,!, Ibal nritta il. e i ol Goo berdealh. SWEET HEALTHY BED. 

!'V,," ':''";' nf'l-li. o, the elu-Iv™ of the .,..,- !.|...n l». !!,.■ .1.' I- '" ""Id, ""I ''" While , Hleclini! on ll.e woliderfu' 



or 11 i — lit pounds wbicl 



then they are brought here and paint,-,! c 

I 'es ol justice and righto 

(.'i.n-l'-This is wliat I would do. There is 
no fear or starving to death, or of freezing 

.'"f'lvlj In' tb., early part of my life I 
I ,.,.:. IhmigliS ..I wearing any'li ug I,..' ' no- 



of Jesus Cbr St. ment is in pound a coudillon, Iheskilllnl ,ip;di- |,ui 

'j .".. '-■'.'. n' ei,.'.'l'.".s v.-t.'ul'v of' I, -a tiiul /,.' ,1... ,,',,„, 
in,-,,,. I.ai l .- 1,..,.„ injury cither by weather or t e a. 





TbeMa'rge"' 



we must have. The development ol Ihe 

1 have been in this church nearly thirty i8 eraJua | a !,d |„ a natur 

years; I have been I..H I. ml n. pii-n.lnng the ].,, i,tal i, lluencea 

■gospel to tho nations ,.f ihce.,rih. 1 si. „„i ,,!,.,, „f u,c Crenio. 

»'r-,i.:.i.'. Young, n.vu-ir an, rs you now whatever is associate.' 



,e?m'«tes i e"v t eryp l a'rt a ot' , c , fce 

ItEASON AND INSANITY. I otherwise, will d.sturb the magic of barn , i i , bee me foul, 

I 1 1 I ii , I a much as the sheets. 

will l, .,,■,,„■!„•!. m in . I. eel; the flight ot ims-| to allow I 



(he mind with thing else. Th, 

,11,,,.. worts of of tl„,( deli, ale 



go,., i, I I 1 1 ^ I ^ I ^ I I | ,., , b„, : ,,,g ,1,,,.. ■■•: •;■< | 

is io ssv, nlr 1,., the sbuein .kei, | ,,,,,,, ,| „ , I,, ,, - 1,;-,, . ,.,i a bsorb enough of 

. i. , , ' , , .. ,... 



I , ■ „<■ I. av, loon n , only engaged fi.uu , | ',!,', ],,, L !,anil,'er8 f solema meditation ;-'- I a ble. a ch ,ir, a I, us-, ,-(,-.. nothing else lint 

II lay lo lli.s. Tins gif.it | plo are ;„ whatever gorgeous 1 glowing , „l„rs a t ; , 1.1... a .Lair and a house. 

gat', red log,-!,,,-, f,„.„ Ihe gial'l 11, .,1 t.'od ,,„„,,„ ,„.,,. ,,. r.,lo„l, an, ll.u, a|,|„,.,r Ions Lii-iloi.ieut and fe.u ami somrlim-s even 

plju-d in Jmeoli, ,,ii,l Jos,,|J, in us, ami ,,,■ j, i. ,. i.-.r.n,, ,,1 realities ol a i,,-. I, i „,„l,l i-v will . I linweve, the judgment and 

in I-,; and n 1 1. . s w ., , I !„■ w.uli -|.ie...!s, '!.■■ ( |,,.„. , |„,,,„i„... g I, „,.,,,, .,,,.1 „ ,|,|,. lutm s i I„. c ia a n , e and mil. I, obieli 

gr.ifi o. l.f,. going , ai.ullier. Ion .,„. ,,„;,„,! ,|„„„ s , ,„„,i„ r „„., ol on, nfi.i, absurd „,d r.dieul us. 

1 I I I I || I 

UeV^oVliiVn't'lhettil 






„!v S|.„ 



ry, w„h cvciy , 



In the days of Jose] 
,1 ove the fountain, sue 



.esiips. This people have been drive 



.1, ,,11.1 , dor,,! fllll-udlUU-nt 

r thoughts will' ni lie wi'hi'n 



n.'l.u.,; nghl si,;,,,,.,, ,,,, ,,|, m g ,(,, ,„in.l v 



Srof^m^^tL^ot^th^em" ,' ' l" ?*°SZ \ feSSl, 



r.ly and allnlmtcs of I lie gleal Ir.-e „| I , I o ,,.,,! ,,,,1, n,„ bride ci. alien. ' Will, out r, a- 

lot' i'.'C'i. " ,l1 " '"P. V ai,- jast like son we are like a vessel tossed about by th, 

;, a-iuir.el tumping lion, l„,,l. t„ limb, and ,,„„, „„ I1S v ,- a , tB of a stormy aea, that is I. 

knocking oil all the tinit Horn Ihe tree. I ,„._„,, ,,„ ,, ,„,.,. ,,, ,,.,„„ „f ,b,.„gid, 



ise lb would Do not fret, 

*;■'"'■ " ,'"■> "':' '.'";* ' a wrong ,i....,i, „f i,„ ,,,.,,,„, .,,,„ , „,„,,,,,;„„,,,,- 

'■"'•• ler.akelol in. mill knowing t . .,..,. 1 v nk„,g, as i,u„ark„,l before.a very 

whether he has ,lo,i„ nghl ,„ wrong; wa, i 11 ' ' 

yon have ascertained the fa.', i„ .no ,, ,-. , i , n I ,-j.. 

1 ," l' ,' ' ' l , l 

J^»»»hulg I i 1 || o t Mto^Xiipr' 

"•I J"... hishop int.. il,., m -a,,,,; now. y,.„, "[' j,' ][ [., ,,,,, i„ sl ance» of thia kind, I men- 

/,'„'",,';"„". ,',',"'! u y ;'i",.'.''."i,.'." i ,'!",',','", ii 1 ". "" !l ''""' "'." ""■'■ i,,,J t-'ft,.",,. ■ii,..,i..„.i, 

i i i i 

hern Mill ml I. „... covenants l,-.y,(.„l „„„„., ,.„,. ,,,l ,,,., v o|, , n 1... sen bv the tour- 

1,1, ,, vo„,l„..il„,„; i.od Id. s..v .nd.) - „| i„ ,.,,|, ,,,, ,,,,,,, I, ,,!-. no themselves in 



It ' ',; i ha t " rt , i e r' t toabl ' III k''^''''-'''''- 

I ' liy' 1 

|i,|r™i»i« 

iM'l.l'ivvn.-ni V.inng, I ,vc ii t to~father Smith ,' '"'ft is often r™,,!-.,! ii... .. ,.,,.. 



■ v i ; .!',"'i, , „','i' r \:;-",7, n'l:,:!;,,, 1 ;;: 1 ;;;;;, 1,1 ; 

rlli. and s„„l I,-, ■•! villi pi, „ ,1 , fi- ■,-,. ,, t 



pas, v„„ may go to lather John Young, 

il I \ I 1 I | 



10 ""ugly I. ,,11 , intellect and imaci 

hen of the man,,,. ,.,„„„( tl ,-,,„,,, I,.-, 

t conal°l '"' '" "' "' " 1 " Uv " 10 '" 

I ,VZ°„ m ), I,"?' " i "•""'d?. BraJlM.'ia'b". 'lecturVs'onra.cho 

like clay In the h"aml, or'tbe-'potter"'.'' ' ! 1 1 "' " ' ■' ' ,bai 

r President can mould me andVshion j "h'e'I ! ^^ J ud r who%'heia.™ l e B 



in 'mg .""I -n-ii-ii'i.d pu.,1111 .a 1 I, g 

|, -,,|,l,-'s houses and fiighleuiug them out oi 
.dm; they have any 



s wrong and righr, coinpi ,-li,-nds iist.ni i v ,- 1 y 

easoning, as the very phenomena o°e" atu°rc 

ndlhep-ciiar moral i,-,l.ngs with,,,, will 

■■■•'■ ' l""on tograsp gs atonce. Every 

n.e, genuine Litter Day c,.ni,t know-, if lu- 
be goepel if Jesus Christ dawned upon bun 

•Tit "S e"™!??"™ r ,hr °° Sh 'Pj ^°' y 



1 ■ i - ' ' , I- ■..I.e.i.'pi.n.Vi'l.'s".!' ,'t,-i,'!ai'!i,',-|i 
,-nl'oi e.o'h' InLiligs'is e'olii'iniv.i.'oa'. 
a "To J gai'r, y faith or belief by mere argui 



lurty-two is e.,ual to the square of foi 
specific gravity of sulphur is l.'JS-all . 



Hereir. this point, the 






II , rarj true, the differ 
uis'.ic subtleness, and deceiy 



,tl,,r a,n of eleausmg a insili.-ss 

le lining I', "I picking 11 l„ l-ieeeS, .11, 

, li,g,„ei,l„ ,,|„sii,g it loihe direct i 
he sun. As ll.e.se processes are s, 



Id. d greatly t 
-[Dr. D.Lew 



: bed to air, with open 
ly, and not make it up 
.onir.g, you will have 



METHODIST DOG. 



, ' ' ", i" 
days Bbolt thou play and 



sweep,,., „p u,e nisi, of Grace and finds, 
plebeian in her elegant pew can give mor 
decided indic.iti, lis of annoyance and ills 
pleasure than does the dog. His seat yield* 

pay, I 1 r I .inn i in In ihe „,„,,. „ 

doctrine. Every Sunday he oan be Been o 



party look a stroll alone, in order to see the 

...■.'h-sollhec.ii, hut iniosed l„s way I , ;,, 

-a p?edieiment™enVered i wo?s e e l 'o' 1 Ms ,° D0° 

of go„s,J.-e fries, will, „ 1,1,1, i,e p.,,, oil, ,1 1 ii o 
streets, Bhouting, I'Gude Scotch grosets, .% 



, piloted Mjh safely t 



August 20,' 1862.] 



THE DESE&fiT.rTfiWS: 



<A'\ _ .". Ll byway of closing .hi. rambling ad- 



TEN MONTHS AMMO 



b ?! I 



should, cheerfully I 



synopsis of my 

ir.and if spared 

, „ J i°j'aTr "t 

..,,,, I 'l II ' I ' i ii'iw 

?,. ,» Y Hundi.-.IT i-..r.l. ■!'■ no,, I. all have in. 



gville, Prove, An erica,, Fort, L. 
creek, Big Cottonwood, Ogdet, cly. 
Ward, Far,nington, Cenletvill. am) 



aispui 



■'■• • 1- ;"' •■' j'" 



laces is nearly Tur, l , 

ndth, sum has ben I I 

ave responded to the ,..n ot i t. ..... a,,,^ U|J ^ l , l!llL(t „ „,,„., s ,„ , „, , 

ii. I others, ear. eon, .'..... r /.... .. ,,, nan- their ra"s. the object I 

SrA- t "SrSuSS!S& "a P „d°pe', a ee ge „f a ffi 9 rd: I *«■ """""Jg^^ 



, I have got down 



DOWN ON McCLELLAN. 

he House ot Representatives, c 

f July last, Mr. Chandler, the repul 

ir from Michigan made a le 

1 on the Conduct of the War, In I 

ndled matters very freely, and 15 

Gen. McClellan. 

He (Mr. Chandler) then read f 01 

Itiniouy of John Tucker, Assistant Sec 

IV ..I. uriedllut pm.r In Hi- ..Hi ■■ 

. , l.'il.iiim men were sent down I. Mill el 
,,; II, -I, Kia klm's division w.issent, l'.'JIOII 
.... il, e ' ., olMnoe :\1, I .ill's division, 111,111 ' 
on, .mil about thai I, me II,,,,,,,, I..II 

nel.r.s ,i,vi.,i..ii, .','.1,11.1, lice ,,ei,l, making 
t,il ol lo.s.utlll men sent to Gen. ill et'lella 

Mi.'''/',',', ller fi'iVlie, ' iesl'lied that ti'e'dXlu 



to t .,.,,. McClellan, ai 
ut?S*c?ctaVotW^D«"ua« 



men under Porter, and they tvhipped 

enemy the first day. Well, sir, thiB is ea 

gy. Now, sir, agaii 

- the Pot 



August 10, 18132. 
Deab News: 

Quite a i ranger^ and peihapB you may say 

I °°YlunS°^I^worlIF e ' S" S inF e 

;!mo;,Uoi!,,.!y'tbe"b.,ee'vol,, ( ,oe a or ,',' 

II ' ,'r I,' "' ' '''"' 

1 did not expect yon. or I might I , a\V' unttocTou't 

of business, and generally out of meat. 



V'TiiJ,.' 



. When I'vi 

,- I, .11. .1 lew 



nd my man. 



;:;.,: ' :.! 



,.,"-,." 



portion 



By reading over the atice I 
eepl I till' 1 ' 

Pr Bet'£r S iaf< than "vet^by ^""iE^ Jf| 
I n I I 1 of rag you ma to "' 

•"^"rpaU^gunney^ 

ready either Tor me when 1 call, or to Bend 
them to my house in the Thirteenth W"" 1 
one block south, and one and a halt ea: 
the Theatre, wh.cll wouldebe more prefers 
a little effort will yet enable jmto -red 

tol*otte\c£"\&$ SSity 'one'Tl 



applicable to ,1S, IS i-a.tel L> l] 
." I ' l"l, " ll Ik 1 11 



tons, pant buttons, ess. peppermint 
matches, girlhs, neck, straps, 'sulp 
skin needles, suiail-tooth combs, 
extract of peach, extract of celery, I 
drops, British oil, ammonia, ou.-k-, 






,lrT5acrcs,alargoga 



,,, ,eli 



irmy of the Potoma« 






hould go forth to the people. 1 know 
ed, but only by two 
raitore and the other 



"f ,"'"', '; v " ry '!',' r, , ! ;.." l :;'i 'w'i'!!,! 1 ! 

i.oveiin t. sir. ( bainll.t e. ml, one 



arge; family of <«mal 
xpected to be called i 
ow I candidly ask if n 



altoge 



the inkhorn is uncorked and the 

, ' !s become of J 

news, we are unite barren, I 
gfight distu.l 

„. , t„,t in =l.i 

I fillin; 



ol Gen. Meigs, eon i ; ; Mr. Tu. 

-°"""o| n |adbee' 

"oaTMcClel 

en e e n my°Bi'ncTthe ar'my went to Yorktown. 

ped the enemy at WilliamBburg, McClel 
at a lone- distance from (be field ol bal 



, 1 , II 'il 

tut of the Bwampe ami into llaehmomt; I 

Then, at last, atter waiting till the enemy 
chose, tor it would not be strategy to attack 
them till Ihey were ready, we kept on digging 
trenches, till at last the battle of Fair Oaks 
was fought, when the whole rebel force was 
herbal on a small | oiiion ol ! on,' eimy, „!,„ 
whipped them and drove them pell mell into 
Richmond, and aero,,, Junes liver. Hut of 

the battle 1 o'f" Fair OakT vVM h "t "fiat la to 



imously stopped and commenced d^ng 

trcnchoients In front, but we did not knoy 
what elBe to do, and so we began to dig i 
' ' digging ' '- u 



THE BATTLES OF 1812. 
The war of the rcvTuition was relatively a 

mete sne, ess a a, .,,' al, , , ,,,,,,1, . s Tin' war ol' 
loT.\ measured both as regards numbers and 
II, e le-bl ol opeial, ,.,,:,, ehvmu into eon, e mpl ,- 
I nsir.ntlieai,, e besides the gigantic opera- 
tions that ate goil,. on St Hi' lueselll boat 

of the last war with England, and compare 

iia I,,,, lit,;: in, id.nl . will, those of the conflict 

now i.i,;,,,::. w, shall lunl I iaid',1- i.-ii.u. 

1„ llic dignily nf n model I, reconoissance. 



ofthomoBt'brllliantvi'ct 



tat of the enemy one hundred and 

lull's 'army,' which disgracefully 

a! lb-;,,,,, ,„« ,1 ,ys later, num- 

' .Ij'siVen hundred 
six bundled Indians. No wonder 



ranaries, with an open hand, 
nprovided but the indolent; ' 



Jackson 
1* Pe "t" v n I ' r 30 '° 00 

fetal I ice i"™, 

anting: a boon- tor Uie „„,.. from c , 

slack yard! 

,1, ball, or. 

,!•■,. a,.: II- 



,,.,,„, Ian ,, ,11 
,1 to H.nebesler, and we 



frlfs people" lie", 



nmuii ty, and an indus- 



i of a farmer, I might starve 

That's good: potatoes an 



, quest of fruit and flows 
iply repaid. In the mal 



,ulu. The" 
ey hurled 
ngof 30,11 



ked our right VJJJUJ,: 

SSffi 

epulsed that vast he 



to Bend that dastardly army back into Rich- 
ythlngot the kin'l. At mgl.t, na end 
g". °Tbi 






s reprt say a 'One Ibit.l ol lae mm nit 
in.uned idle might have saved all As , 
„., i:„ looking on, while many tied tot 



Bwectness, feasted upon the I„bci 
y, and fa rl)' luxuriated with ep, 



and ready for the 
iD l„'°th l e mlfirof Oowers, w. 



f great ;;r'f rc .,,,:- H . b,iiev.d"th 

"'!'"" iimpl, had come. His mei 



b 

',', ' "I'laebnii'.i'i'.a'i'anV!",'-,,, Ml U I 

omled. lliigadiei Gem , a I K, I,ai-d.,n,..l 

, t.,v„ril.e pioje, I ol invading Canada West 

I ' I I II I ' 

| 

en hundred: that of Ihc enemy seven hundred 
English and one hundred Indiana. Our lorn 

u,,., ,l,,ee I, nmlied Killed and woulided; that 

dreu\voun,fed°,"'and 'two hundred prisoners. 
I'liia was one o( the most brilliant of our 

oattlfof y B C elmo, 8 t"o, lu'it T &' LlU 
either a B regards the numbers engaged or the 

,,, , I olStckettB Harbor the enemy's 
force was seven hundred: oura five hundred. 
His 



r,,,,i, vieio.y on Lake Erie was esteemed a 
■big II, ilia' in it-t dai: I" bis whole fleet con. 
, t t fill) lour guns and two swivels; 

that of the enemy Bixty-tbree guns and two 
swivels! Our loss in killed and wounded was 

enemy has never been definitely known. 

Atttie battle of Chippewa our loss was 
three hundred and twenty-eight; that of the 
enemy^iv ^^ ^ ^ ( E ^ -^ logg wag 

a "At"the battle of Baltimore the enemy's force 
numbered from seven to eight thousand; ouis 

idred tilled, 
"Srt^S 



;;:, :.":; 



umph had come. His men srrans 

"" ■' "vo'io I'lo'ioTud'over Richmon. 



.':',... ',,,,„: .:„.' S|,»„i na, -1 «.!„-' ',' ,"",'; „ ,', , , ,,,.,,,.,,..,■ „„ „, be, ol I , l ea lia.o 

„(,'.„...',.,,,,„,. ll.enll..., I Go-i. inj^ \" r ; h \,Z I I laa.^l,... ..aol/bs 



THE DESEUET NEWS. 



[Acgcst 20, 1862. 



teen thousand strong, early In tbe after, oo 
■ Is miles Boulh of Culpepper, anJ a fierce Hi 
sanguinary battle ensued During the lo 
part of tbe 6<hl, cannon were only used, b 
Bi,t...r|neiitl> Uirjjifa irvbec me e gaged,, 
dc.perate effort mad by I 



^ ' <<M=?\» ~' e 



i the objcr 



■ UAS »MITb"...OT"0» ,JJm PDBLIBHEE , 

Wednesday, August 20, 1862.' 



back in di.ordei-r.o; infantry irt.tadly cut up, and •:■>: 

"in tbe evening, tbe | than that or the Bnion troop, as thai 
a ddenly with their ] wpic fr. rnieuily ri.l.!led by the Fo e 



e[ and hi. band, .aid to h.r. 
Sfteen hundred strong. He then 
>e diiection of Liberty, with tbe 



—■I 



of Virginia I ing ea.l o the 1) ue Hid 
cweenthe Potomac and Voik riv. rs 

Il.i.-.i.'dl.DowelLiid rremoul, or of li 
ctutir, KI116, combined under audi a | 
and succe«.[ul chieftain, would eool 
tlie Confederate general, J ickso ., " 



nllaa. The next day Gel 



| an I tooltapo! 
' e iv '"8 «P a " 



MrUonell, wit 



" .*;".,.?.: 



a night on Monday .... in who 

I from their fellow, who escape. 
I tlo unhurt. It is said to have b 
and heart-sickening sight. 

ITEMS OF WAP. KEWS. 

! published histoiy of the war coi 



■nent and of Ilia prote.sed Union lovi gpeopli 
bili ie> aia that. ,o far as fighting may b. 



ccntage of officer.. The 5H| Conn., «kh and up to lateat dateB they 
Pei,n..2«th New York and 21th In iana are actieo as ever in the nork e 
mentioned as having suffered most. Th.| The Conftderale batterLr 
Ohio and Indiana regiments were gen rally of the Ogeech c river wero 
badly cut up. There were eome prisoners or five Federal gun-loan, o 
ng to the Fed 



Dg General Pri 



have Bornelhing to do to keep the "Army of J a. prisoi 
Virginia" from marching south. [ eioncd off 

Tuere has one bat le been fought between been announced 1 , wilh a proportionate 
the advancing columns of Gen. Pepe's army ! of rank and file; and one train eonv* 
-and the Confederals un ler Jack on, indicat- h ndred an I (ifty.-lwo Confederate 

military prowess; and thai, when they meet to ■ elated wbellier or not Ibose were all » 
lijhl, they will fight "to kill." ] taken prisoner., 1 ut th- presumption 

Tliei* was, .cording lo the published . the number was not large. 



-J,.! I 






fLTf., 



uith. whom the. 
.ar el cpo,t'dto. 



of he war, fought I 



-nd ,K 



mph.j au charleatonrailroad. The Cm 

eaented as being very nuuieioUB, and fro 
ir knowledge of ,he country h .« of I. 

-id. .ally annoyed the Federal forces ( 



1 c e.cent, about j Missouri, had up to tbe 12. 
roas fire of which rill: 



leu. Bay- tbe Confederate gun* o t 

light loss weight orme'ta'; notwith' 
eral si e, Banks' ba'terics replied 
isoners. I Enfield battery waa open 

, but waa assign...! to Can. C.awford'a brigade of ( 
four regi-j VVilliamB' division— the 46!h Pennsylv. 



eh the State i 

■I their d. -.ign 
On th.. 3.1 i.[ 



I from Lea 



h of the St. Franci, 
aouth, by the Coufedei 
I only escaping. 



r, opposite i he Theatre, manufacture, 
the party, which was Bupposed by | wheel heads of a superior qualily, as all will 
md.r at that port not to be very testify who bare used them. Whoever buy. 
The mistake was not discovered one from him will got the worth of theis* 
oo late, and the troops front Lea- money. 



Annus! 20, 18G2.] 



THE DESERET NEW! 



CALIFORNIA ITEMS. 
There were eighteen . f the escapee 



■ : , rilW LIBRARY. 






nd th- Heading Room* 



Cborpenin; wa 



| that day G, ii. II 
i The troop, left , 



Ma vem Mill 



illy olher object. ba ,.| 



il.V 10 CUM!!', h,|| in i, l| ;i . | , ,,;., ,.: U,,, :;;,,,. f " f 

STRINGENT ORDERS, the D^ 

On the 18th of August, the War department library 



an order direct,,,;; the U„it.,i :■; ,!.„ >v , i, ,■, H,„ .1,1., i 

npri.on all persona »bo in any way | ' , i', 

Utompt to disc un,;e rnll.l m.-ntx in' o I' „,l II a been ne.illy lined n| 



I, the infanliy ken B 

That divisiun of tbe Democratic party [ Kor k, f or ,1,„ e hours, Gen. Hooker's 

nominate a candidate for Sup rintendmt of p urs „it was immediately instituted, wbicbJAl 
Public ilntUutioiis, an I repair and rcli ,„ n i le 1 in the capture . f a hundred 1 riBoners. | l " 
their platform, o.er which II. t.'r.mlh, of -phe Federals l.ad about twenty killed and,}" 
Yolo county, presided. Tbe R v. O. P. I uonnded during the dar. Lieut-Cot. Gamble, I rel 

.ole. «d a.'lneir . -undulate tor S p,r„,l.-,.d, m c „|. A ,,. r ,„, u.lh I,.. I, „,„!,ed cavalry, of . 



Gen. Plcaaaiiton, with auoll 



; made. Moally stereo- j federa es on the load toward Newm 
I meeting a. uperlor force, he thoue 



oitbeirspeeial benefi, I retake it f on, the Federals. The next 1 
Fveiy department of army of the Potomac was that General Ho, 



was destroyed by lite on tbe 29th of , 
There were but a few huts on the outakii 

upwards of fony thousand dollar a. 



NEWS FROM CACHE COUNT'/. 
Within the last few days, we have beer 



stent that ih-v nil! net produce much fro 
onseau.ntly there will be in those places, 
carcity of melons, pumpkins, squashes a 
tber thingB of the kind, for which Dcaer 

Tbe tlors then Will be late uiniatujtoj, t 






'AH COUNTY FAIR. 



l:„ rot 

,,i „ „f 11 


r,-L 




«to 


' A'.i„i 












iid 11 






if, 11..,. 






1 


ird It llopl 




, Bull, 










E.'.di s ton 


»«7 


W, r, 


nil Yoono 










1 W. IIancoci, 








nv lli.nsi 










i.r 1' It. ii 

.tl! t. F.I 


1 " L"j. 




Fir 


.Pre.Uenl.o/'llie 
















MILITARY 


ORDER. 





« 



lid Utah. 



ng tbe Territories of 



half the day. watering I 
On Saturoay there wa 
pouring d wn process, 



anytime, hy word or act, manifested disloy- 
al:, tome i.-lc,al (,,.1, ruu.ent. 



etS'or'tne' 



they 00 richly merit. Ily order 

T. Edi.u. C.-.sop 

.3d Inf'ry C. V. Cum. Dut. of I 

JAMES W. STItlMAM, A. A. A. (Scri'l, 



MePonJilhilm'",^ 
efly of a large .tie, 



clors or the Golden Era, Sm Fia 
nd that Mr. Lawrence started vr 



^ A KinV. JOKr.-Mr. Pay,,. 
Klng e G a eor B e'l'r t a\id J r''G,m 

u',''|-n r i™'tnl'|^»"" ;: il., : '.'".|i 



(SlU,liWi,l«l.) He 



t;^T: ! £' : £\,X i: :"':', 



::i;::.^: 



U, ,1..!, .,,]!■ ill.,,,., ,:'. W.-n«o.,a. etn.l I' lin nenxt 



:.Co""l D «1.'.Jr°"d?i: J .« f«r " "T •»• ! Diaiibar^.'numar,,"*, Jrfd" b" .', 
hearm 6 H-der Englishman « afraid of bim> w iti be e, joyed by bi| nieces, ' 



Tfifi CESERET NEWS. 



[August 20, 



SAVING AND TAKING CARE OF 

M A N U il E . 

One et the most important Items in farm- 



amnng . nliKli'i-i'i'l farmers ill this respect; 
but tli.rt is ye! much room (or care. _ lr 

,,'„i:lii .!.v II.'-.., mi., thrre classes: 

by keeping it under shelter during the B 
2J. Those wbnadn.it thai Ibero is at, 



Class I a few months sinte met with an ami,; 

,.,i,l, „| allow, „g manure to remain Bprea 

tlie plan, because I,. It -til Ihe slj.t.gil i 

tlie manure passed off into the air, and wa 

by the hot sun or washed out by rain water? 
Vl.iin langlish, lie is one of those from whom 
very mi, eh doubt) sooner ttian hire a man for 



'it e" '"h'l'/'its ^t'anac Ve af°"u l l?a'' 



ail'lhia ga.u.Tvcn if 

ZurTunOeltc 

r ay the cost of the a 
Many of our prac 



you.) The yard should fall! a 



.",'„ ,(„. „', ii „|,,il,ej with straw, corn atalka, aeed , are Bowed to the acre, according to the Tb , e wtl0 „„ f ond of green corn during 
HU'erg^lK^^^ 

ibis willVy'falUorm^'n USentTe.sl'ngVo'r ! hi, l dinger' '. d ' 'J L o , I Fn p j ""if for the fib", 

heavy clay lands. Ii eh,, obi bed l-toi.. ,.„ll v. 1, .■., th. i,| ..■»• seeds have assumed a TIMELY ASSISTANCE. 

I .-,111, ■ V I., the yard iii the fall. light lu own color, liar is pulled by tbtroo s 



I for preserving the quality of tnc : bound in small sneaves, 
now for increasing >l,e quantity, dry enough to Black. Or 

uite SB important. |»t ii ped off in the riprOiiig 

'•Tre°al'l to\VoVVav*ebeen°worke'd' fn! JBcale, it is usually Bpreac . 
ow look abroad for moreabsorbenle; pulled and left to undo. go th, 

.I'ASinSra ! ' " site,?-"*™ 

the yard. Those ,.,,„ ,;hl ly'b 



alight aleo be used wi h great benefit; they 
can readily be collected after a shower. 
Remember, tlie 11 ore absorbents von apply 

' ' ' We a 1 1 I in 'who iv'rcafil "horse* Manure fer 
inru'a and heats, thereby lofling a portion 01 
Us |..„i 11,1, loss may be in a great i.e.rar, 

Fromth. unsbelt°cred"porlion'of tUyak If 

i!.. 'ke|,l"'j,',o"|."bi' ',' ,','l'or." I ha*veTo'uud It a 
very good plan to have a hole two or three 

\fter the manure i> placed under shelter, the 

voidable left on the =1 1; Ibis, together 

loni the il is earned to tire rnanure'hcaf 

Tin, tanner's test for anything new is 
ehetheru will pay; ,i,.d 1 for one can say 
bat this wiir. pay, and that well, too. If or 
rial it does not, then blame your friend, 

-[Germantown Telegraph. 

FOR HARD AND SOFT SOAP. 



grujil offers the following recipe 
perfectly relied on: 



pound of rosin, by boiling tbem all half a 

hour, stilling the while to keep them fro 



1 it twenty-three pou 

Btand the principles ,1 lb, ■ new lint,. It ,,',, t,,,. .,. he 1 1 .1! sll'th,- fat is eaten up; pe 
fact known to all that all plants remove from it wi 1 Ink.- I wo I, on, s, m not nearly si 

i,m lo lb- II growth, and without whirl, they Iho'hai'd „',.,,, e il.es on the 'loin' "Jt'w'.n at 
"dlil !-!. iiiih.se plants.all except the first 1,11k f tl i 1 I II ] L, 

"ay into lb- b. .,,;,,, I. The hay we feed to ' out in a tub. ' '"" "' 

I'"'" , i;i l "' 1 "' "''V 1 ' '» "-' Idling ■ I. 1 forgo! lossy, 1.1 up your tub with cold 

'" (» "en ,1 ,1 u) ll,e hay ,., soone, o, wate ei taking oil !„ at clear lye, ready 

I;//.^' 1 //,;; 1 '° n « • r«* Jf ma "°f e - ""' ( " ! ' ; J ath with the aeconu lime; 

11 I t I I I n Pit 

leu. no hep on a cold morning: this. sit, e bo, I again a few mil to make your hard 

u no. emit o, ,i,e„g|, „| ,|„. ,,. inure, „h„h. sea p c lea r a i.d „,| ! i og sa It till it separ- 

olten bein,j hea'ed by fer mental, ,, t„ the atosw.ll. II,,.,, , ., II „„t n, a tub, torc- 

i l' I ;,o, a hug p,,,,,,t, is , i, , blet.lv .,' stab,., 1 by ,„,, , ,, and, ., , a '„■ d „ v- r , l l,t. 1,, l[,. „ of ,, 

Idiee blot the atmosphere. It i, impossible you ivill have , but , pounds or as n:c-ivh,.e 

lo ;,r, v, ot Hoe v,,, t ,„,, e,,t rely . but we s a |. as i on w.ll w »*h, |,, r either washing or 

which will absorb and regain the ammonia. any time. ' 

^S£BB SiS !"^s^«r«]ifp 8 Ls k 

Bpring, ieforcthecaule"eav.\h.-'y , ', , ,'d'.' l !l'.a't l'.e,V': , ^!!'.'!u > ll'','f''y'o,'," ,l |,jVd'',oa!! 1 '' w'th'two 
hurn°ln',l lose Ra'powcr*'*" " " ' M ° liable t0 J,f* n w n ,"; , /' : ' lo ( like'aoap, and then 

Ve'n'p'our'ir'cfut 

''.'v':^:? '^^'i.''''^'!;;.',"',^,, •V.-!,V:V;V .! ; ,..v.0 ; !H ^: ; i'.\ , 'v 1 n V'' v :^:." > ■■ ; v l T: : "^rr t 7H^^lr ii 

r.'.n'.'rV.r';* ::"'Tl:tl,!z:^?:"7" ' ft 1 " »»" ; "V. »««£..«? 

!r..7.,,"e , .;' i b', , . ia, !i" r ''r ,, ""'-- ,l ,' ) ' r ' i,, ' ,! ' > ; -'f^''° >^ r^yot.^ tat, ,„, 



lid q arler came round it foun I him 
tsed mi mind and pocket. The fact 



■hen the cleans. d fiber and the oil are I , ' rvv.l him On 

' 'h-so-bmw ,e „■ banal i.g .. ro|. dote not ,,„ i,, ,„,„., ,, ,.. , ,|,„d stepped in. 

'■ 'Die and handing him a recti, ted bill l„i 



AMELIORATING CROPS. 

nalely' are°too otten^glectcdln'thiB country. 

'id • :• ! ami -ating crops, from the 

fact that they are supposed toimprove.-helni„l 
upon which thee aie grown. It is well known 

were gnwn upon it. Among the crops to 
ivhiih the term amelioration may be applied, 



"Ycs,"respondc. 

tUhe'bill. r 
"I called early,' 



"That's pri 



until 'ti'mLrew'^f'-oiMe'lurlr'tfe bin'""!" 

ifki g off or choking out the lyeed's Dr. thank you. Look forme in Ihe morning! 

iVile.ii says: An ameliorating crop ether de- 1 Good day, Mr. Jenks," and he walked out tf 

I how Jenka was getting 

ay frequent workings of the Boil; exhausts mis- 

own, as are useful to succeeding cereal crops 



llJTMffi la*nd 1 itdli"'' 



U B't" ? ear 8 lhTB orcha rd l!a, 
paying trees. In con- 



YtsZFZ 



mil of theBc the pear appears to furnieh th 
idedly Ihe baldest 'l"i !,.t we h'aie."" '""''' 



trees, e-pecially dwaif pears. Summer prun- ^J' Wlt h a groi 



i: 1 the r, 



••Short; von don't sat! Why we sold him a 
lull of.ight hundred "on eight months, last 
week. I'll see what can Ee done with hia 

doubt ot tne solvency of ,oor Jenks. Bad 

f our friend 



.n hia" landlord came in the nex"*"! 
•ck was ready for him. Yet it w 



"In a week or two, ',..,,,1 Jenk's. "J w , 

mething for you." 

"litty would be a great help," contir 

"No doubt of it," replied Jenks, "but mc 



in the peopled 

Uh.lehe was yet speaking, a man 
whom he had bought a pair of bureaus, 



in, "I will take t U one pe 
"Say one and a half pe] 



there is a thick growth of „,,,„ branehe-. 
should be thinned out carefully. It haa the 

wcn'a's u r 'on i 'tne tt a C mo 1 u"i l °a"d rl> '.iar ri, ' e ' "* 

i"ui>.''L''t''':!'ll\'hV''h.u",' t be'a a ^w.'bra ncbad 



blight."— [Germantown Telegraph, July 30th. 
To Ctrn E a Fir... on the EyeTi- a Hobse. 






o«r B e£v'nc'h^ 



a°t° not?Vh«Xr w e "inu'st' m ' I ' • irV,ne'l, , '"and" add" clear Tpnn- a'^Y/at m^hti'il^""^""^]'," ' **"' ' "'" 

are soluble, to vari<-m (■\ i ,'.u" ; ." ... '!"'/- "m ' '"' " '" ' """"' ' l " ll - ,! "' f " ni0 P!1, 'P' By t!is 1 1,. ,...■,.- , ,, Ull( , ,(:.■ ,■,,-.. .■ i ,. v ,. ,,.,.;,, |," ..,■.,.,,,.,, ,.,... ,,. ..,,...,...,, v ,,,. ,,.,,. r ., 

t^r^~M~ ( ^ 

whether tt' b", ' I',.x-I ,, ,,,es the ground b ' I „ I hks.a, J 



August 20, 1862.] 



THE DE SERET 



aga: 



' Million, nil! 



fe the t) 
lends, 
do?" mentally ejacu 



I.-,. ,t and beat of earthly 

.I..nl:V''Vl,'at 

-:r;;; :':;,:: ^--"-^Beury:--- - 

■ •Well, J-„l.», n.v boy,'; exclaimed th 
lianoy old ueiitl- in.il ; "Lu-e are you.' an 
he gave bim a most energetic squeeze of th 
a "Wby, the fact is, uncle Tom, my wife i 

..ril'-n."\vli.il in the deuce makes 5 on loo 

souilire in a funeral? Wliat ally \ "ii! ' 
.„„„' |,.|:„iV, in .1 in-milling voice, and nil 



©sncral Koliccs. 



©cncral Notkcs. 



A°r"S!a 



F'?S b ^ 



, d'. L i. ]JT iWEWISGF KCT © 1W 

GEORGE BONELLI, 19th Ward. 



©tneral Notite©. 



M" 



It I | I -, ii ie llninl'i , ti .... 

• Come, now," said lie, "tell me frantl] 

I I ' ' ' 1 I r Bum 



etui management I can get along ^J° E 



e he paid 1. 1 



PEOPLE^ STORE. 

NOTICE TO EVERYBODY! 

50 SETS HARNESS, 
2000 Horse and Mule Shoes, 

25 Kegs Iloi-ao, Mule and other Nails, 

READY-MADE CLOTHING, 

BOOTS AND SHO S. 

SHAMrS AND OTHER RIFLES, 
REVOLVERS, etc. 

GRAIN °'& "PROVISIONS, 



that about seventy vara n:"\ En Wlinm-v 
nivcntr-,1 th- cotton Vm, and in that cote, 
(Tin i xisled the seeds of the preateat rebellion 



,|..vclo|)i ti '!n' .-lave ]i-.h-..t u nt I it -leoame , — 

,. <'.,i,,i i|. Aim'. . ■.. .i n i'di'iL-i. In the same , 
[<,u n in wli ch 111- 1 CulUiii ^in was ii.v.-nl.-'.l Pdlt II 
1)1 H til L N S i" 

bdlion which 



lil c > " i1k>u-i.h,.I, are |1U ^|, 



©crural Notices. 



W. E ANDERSON, M.D., 



UNITED STATES 
MAIL £_„_S STAGE, 



L. I. SMITH, PiioPMGTort, 






r/E 



FOR SALE, 

60 COWS a E <J 17 MULES. 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 
MEDICAL DISPENSARY 
Dr. J. L.lDUNYON 



TO OUR rilESDSMD CUSTOMERS! =-^^ 

WISHING to Close np all our Unsettled "-' 'J! 
Business by the 
FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER NEXT, 



villi Gn'.'.li on a Credit v. 11 

; ;.'..'. .. 'v ..', i i ■ -■, ... . 



KIMBALL Si LAWRENCE. 



a, S, L. OUf, i»8- ", WW. 



HENRY MA IB EN, 

SIGN WRITER AND ORNAMENTAL 

FAINTER, 

SEVENTEENTH WARD, 



hand in hand 

ice cream saloon, ' 

eehihgTrooms. 

^DANIEL rm GRENIG MM 

It'E CREAM SALOON, 

DINING ROOMS, 

LIGHT BREAD, BUNS, CRACKERS, 

Ioed Soda-Water and Lemonade, 



E™7 






A. BERTELSEN, 



WM. HOWARD, 

DISTILLEB, 
COUNTY ROAD, BIG COTTONWOOD, 



CHEAT INDUCEMENT! 

CASH BUYEKS. 

KIMBALL &~~ LAWRENCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 

LOW PRICES. 



lERCHANDISE, 

Groceries, Hardware, Prints, Sheetings, 

Blno Drills, Tickings, Hickories, 

Denims, Flannels, etc., 

Far Bucov, Wi'nt, Bitrleu, or Ouij. 6w» 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS I 
JOHN- C. TATION, 
«m, HAT MANUFACTURER, 

Jf ESPBCTFUM.Y Hisnk. hlMtleoa^ and the pubdO 

I "?.ttSJl°'prt?»* i'm m rfSi*?.i'?ill, JMx, ajbWli 
!8eiY < iSuiij,ia4l.M^W«el, «■« 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[August 20, 1802. 




K 

*""" '""" w 

1 Orlrottlllcm iMDnltl 



Slalca, tbat llicir b,.rc auppoit la an ei.ornn.us ^^^ 
b.othf, Improbably not more ibanom-lourth Tl * IT 

l'L:?p* ^Xrt^l"5.« E.I" J-OHN LARSON, 

many lo ab»nil"» •:.»■-.-]■ 1 1 < ltj P . r* i> -i i" >■ . ;uul deter- I CADIN <■■ > A , 

ring others from e.-i.bm kin-; mi Id'' t-.witi--'.f T > K.iHM n : Ma rnt n li «n.l cu unmcrsoi h*7lng remoi 

who otherwise would; conti^rniently we iin- 1 ""h* 

^ tails \f I MDE OF MAIN STREET, 

Oliin, In JS< I, ■■_' IS! Hhi'.-p killed by dogs— 

.7',.^ ■■.' i. i'j.j'.n/.r. i'Mv'n ".. | 1K ,riii :•■';" iVi 
73. Total, 61,1*81 ihcep— valued at SiMi,7'J4 
V). . 

I Bee In another paper, lately, that two men 
have died from hydiophobia, mm another ti-ul 

In.'iiMis; ell these are only samples of what 1 
have- read during the past week. 

Congress la proposing to tJX sheep, hogs, 

brain to tax eveiy kind of lung— it did pro- 



Nr. iii'.ellig.-iit |Vilng'.,wuj owns a d g, will 



ucha 



C. P. WELLINGBECK, 

ft 

BOOT AHD SHOEMAKER, 

WEST BIDE OF MAIN STREET, 

LIST OF LETTERS 



A CAMP 

ItttrrUted tfal 
the Shenandoah, 



l' '!■•'"' , C: rCue n rie°- n A,UM ° B LUtlrili " 

of hora",'*aa engaged ; Bar ZPe Aminiia m»cc Mutt I 

In a sharp conflict w iiha baltt*i> vt tb-> enemy, | l > "■ i - u»r>h» iir,,.,:, ., k j 

ind shot and nbcll were flying ihiek and {)'„",[;!* J, 1 ,^''"* b™Vvd*iijm 
r aet» when the commander of the battery, a ! u . eiLniu u 

Jcnly up to the cavalry, exclaiming. — fn WI1 , r Sirib A % Cornell Meiv 

"Pi,|.;v : Wft'.. l i 1 n. l ,',iUM: /„-■■ C-! uiLt Lv: < <j , , i, : ,..^ M l,:„ 3 c,. [r in .,,„,„ 



eaninter, were Boon on the ground. Teal 
irvilfH k jimrcd HnniKliM, ;i - th-y w»ll knew ' 

ponr-d into the adv,ln- in- rul-nri", is !■:</!, ll,'^',,.'' 
ijiiir.-')- lit-! v broke an l n t j e.V.e.i. T.vo bun- 
dled and seventy-eight dead bodieB were 
found in the ravine uext dav, piled closely to- ' n««i* n 

I-U.-r.,;. they fell, the . II ■<. ■. w.f thai .vlby »'"'■' v 
from the bat!; 9 ..f -.he -th-.c'. is .«.'' ! '^it 



JHarricb: 



fDicU; 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



T3.UTH AND L I 3 3 3, T T . 



NO. 9. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, \m. 



VOL, XII. 



i. Old 111,1 New T-! 



kni.»lfd s c ,.f 111. m«»tij or |,c..i 



So Jl Is ..lib 



Ch.ist, to knowfo 



, I l.fl.-vi. Ih.il Jen. (' 



ifIS n V" 8 in'LTra™)M«iveV a |!orE 

!! l l ;'^f 1 ^y^r;; 1 l ; ,l „r' ,l l !!!Vf,ir'a'r r 'a're t to l o]'- 

I , ,r | i i II i I J i 

[„1 V l.li.i.l.ur il. .. S[uiii of God, cannot nn. 

nsli.i.d the I gs of God; Ikey mijrid. 

rein, but to them Ibcy are shrouded ir 

"we'Yry lo tell Ihe people bow to be Baved 

„d ,r», have not the lull,, ess of t e gospel 

osse,,..-,! i'.v any p!',.ple ,.|. II ea'i'th. Tlu 
I .nen'is .'l |.o|l'ecf syVem of' soi.rioiiuot-;, 

ar'uke'of tie fniliie,". o't'liTgloiy. '/Ik 



you r.il~ely, for ,„y ».,!.,.. K.j.,icr and be „. 
I II lo, k | ,„ v , ,| i, 

whlchwe" bo°fo?o"ou" " Hall Jesus' clirill 

" ■! ,1 "'" b"." I I , ..oil | II ,.l .1 ,.,.,,., .,:,„. 

>.....!• Ion.- I..O..I l,'..'„ lo, ',vo',b,"l,'".'. 

loved lis own. II, d Joseph s.nilb i,,.„l ■ ,,„. 
lilic.ilcipil.il of loHMdijIon and callinc and 



s going there, until 



troll, ,,, ii ,, in CI, ,i,l J.. 
I God, with Jems' Cli'ri.t, a 



^;;;idicf;!'i;;ld 

a few of Joseph S 



itiicb was several ye. 



i,;:;;,::;:.;iv'. 



ti.i'.-.IV Why hive you I., on under lo 
..,,, ..,,.,,.,,,, y.o.r ,„..,.. „,,.! posse, 



«»>'•'■ 1 "i I 

i S : "God ministered 

Ider) by an holy angel 



II. >iv Scui ..! troo, and mat God 

s ii.,|o,o „.-n 1 call them to his holy 

■k in Hi,, a,. 1 .,,„,. it, on, ,,s ,.,11 as n, 



L.nt.t L'..j So. 






ey were cast ou ; and if our govern, 
I cast out the seceders, the war would 
ve been ended. Tnis placed tbe spii 
1 on tbe earth. Those evil spirits an 



. . .: , .. .. 1.1 
''i^riHi^'' '' 



,"i,!.;c , .„';:, 



Jesus Christ, and 



ISJa'SEKS 



Day Sands who a 
is ',','!,' o'.'h,'.r""'r"!r" 



I people f.ulhtully 



''.'. ','!' o"i "ill!. "',",!!,"'. J'!" I "'°°' 1 ""'' li " r '" '"" ]y 

We d-sire to he ,, sre.it deal' bo Ur than we 
fill Loiter Day Suns, who are .1, lying lo 

, ler r V)a,' ,, K\r,,'i','h'ar'i,''7ha''i'h!"',,,'', , |! 1 ,'™','»'','ir 
V" broil,,,.,, are not ,/„,. w ,„ „ ,„ r " '„' r 
wooo oi uiolesi nedly ,o,n ., it a wrong, do not 



'•"'«'- ""h 'a'liolh'",.'' I\'""n,.',,','",''."n 

eoioe a Mile, |„ the |;i||^,|oU, „f i.h.d, 



i.i.lli will be cast into pris 
the Lo d 'help lis to 
lleai. nly lal'b'rr'tias in etore" 
HEMAKKS 



light of CLr.lt, except j 
one that ar< Latter Da 






THE D E S E ft E T NEWS 



as Hie branch nwrtMlj] «J™ ^"f" 
mStoftafito to light and knowledge 
unless we keep alive in Cbnst. This pe, 



upon the Almighty to assist THE DISAGREEABLE RELIGIOUS MAN. 
, what I It must be admitted with great regret, that 



nme.ie.ed. When we 



^anuifhSe.'.^ " ' b ;;; piHS^S'SuL," |EE.^^uSr!h^H 

tlSftifttSStf SBftTft ".Scares, 6 ^ i^ J^'M fSj j £ S ng "JST ^^^{|^» 

ii^S&trtSSS S^^^PIilH£ S^wl:i£m^ a iJHl? 

able characters,' but his protecting Iran ex- i^'" 1 */'^]";''"'' 1 .;'„,' ,7,,"' ',','.'., ■,"\v", ... ■ ',',' , |', i ('! ..'Via" ,.',i;'ht to'be an" epistle in 

tended (or the sate or Hie righteous; tli-y «i< ; ,„„„,..„ W ■■ sli. , e . o.„,„,.,„ls>. 1 11,. M..„sed faith he holds. 

' ■."'...■■'■■"." '■■:■'- . "■■■;' ;,...! ;„.'.'; ,,.„ : , ,„ . ,,,,,„ ,,,,,.„ i; , ,i ,<>,..,<,„„ question that many- people 

„ enough of hem to save the ■■ ,.,. ... I. ^ ^ ^ ^ .,,,„,,„„,■„„„ „,„,„,„ wll0 pr f ,„ to b , chriatiln. are like grim 

tructlon, and through that medium we . „ itb 'i|„, ,',,, Lsl us then go to wo, k, men, 

p .ople are protected. ^ , n] , ,l 

It is a common thing tor US to send to trio ,,,„, ot ,,„. „„,,,, a]1 , „ pccia | y of ou. 

Slates tor Choice lr„... ....I 11"' I ".no.. ,.„„„„„. C an. o .1? Y-swocan.b.-ca 9. 

who recei/ee oar orders era "I. .on" •••'^' ,,,.,.,„,.,„„.„,., , .!,,,,_. H...I u ,. ,,.,,,,. ... N.,u 

m^l'th.Va"i^ , na M il*e'''»r'l'' " . pP'' . - I ' ";,!', "^ ?°l ™"","' !,' I",,,'? ie'tun!. "' Wllei 

also get the near, the , .luai, ' I. . h.-rrv and i|: , h a (]|!l] ,, , h ,, (,. , ,,.,, 

the peach. We g.aft hose var ous k lids of ^ ^ ,, , |]( , , sl) ,, .,, ,„ ., ,.,, 

t „ IrslH,,!.-,.-!:.;." •,'.;■",,;',■„";:. ...-., I to Hie State, lor any of tl,o,o rolle. 



, family I d 



t wore they ever properly gr.f.e 

'"d SS'enerbuMuej" h J« J . To! born" an? I thTqu'.Vums^ihV^ies'thood, Tl'ik"ewiV.~i;. 

a i h^zx^^ 

oplof There have b en v ry tew, and most "^ ^J'^.;" d "5 b '.f„,'o ^^"o nol s"op 

.n r .o^.U?anrr. r feoVd"mpTs^ 



( will defend you, tor it 



:".:;;:'■ 



jSjaMh.'l^ 

""'• ' ... , 'll'.'l I"'.'.' .1, ■".-. '. ' i o :.'■ .,",'. .'„! .. 1,1'.'.' 

Brother Bngln .. . . , the earlb T(l „, are 6 „„, e „r , nv f„|,, 1; ,, a „o i n , v 



. f ..■ 1,1 ,1 ,n 1 am? Why- 



ling and disposition I 



by and by 



iSio.,, f. 

,'l > righi. Sly faith and conn 
"°Youai' know "that yo™ b; 
H«'.n*v'F°tier l b,- r iv','tT,.h,'- 



aodunthougblful n,..n ai.d 
hoys will drive a horse at the 



rip every bill on the journey. la this the 
spirit of Crist an lot our l.-l) religion to be 
c uel to animala and bea' them in t .is way? 

1 say no; our religion an I the p.ir of Chr.'at 

age them by haling an I m.i'i .:,...';; ih.in II 
of Vie kingdom in place of helping loroll'it 



EX. GOV. SEYMOUR'S POSITION. 

dn the published proceedings of a war meet- 

ml held, in Hirtfoid Con, a few weeks 

i, Jince, thenime of Hon. Thos. H. Seymoul 

i-hteousness and I always "to'rabi "speared, aa one of the Vice Prcaidents, which 

- - gave the Ex. Governor offense. He w ote a 



.'RDAUGHILRS. 



the evil extend. By 
i"uo me1f P '°'l' , ' , ° 



When Presidenl Young aiys I. I .e B shops;' i, ,. ,„„;.'„, , ., ,■ m „ cu iimt 01ir 

foth^3t»!.?io' : r ', : i.,v i\'.:"p , or"Vi, a t'.'! ...I'., !:,.„",, «t'i,; l 't!Jd",i a 'and'^«'i 
*°Z^. "irirri;;. y:y:i: \a:: [i.y^xKZ&.yz.,}, 



fruit and '•Sf^'J"; h «'' ;;■' ■■■.■'■' •<;» ■</< '"■;'• , <>'» .Vio'i."; 

a'kernil ot'wheVl ii 'u ilVprii'l.-e,' probj'bly I ing 'to? " B "''oi 



Mltlply and to lucre 
sreeplng tfi'ags, 'how™ 



;:;;:: :; 



IV" '," ',!' "'■.'!, " n K "';■ ' '■'"■■ '; — 



iiV' '■"" 

a' ' ,',' 1 



gly one? Why Bhoi 
I they seem likely t 



ver wit . a clsnimy [.reepiration, and prolong 



way a uro an ^,el'ig°on I ' e or VfibeUel *y- tbl 

wickedly caricaturing Christianity are fairly 
esenting it. 1 h ive beheld more deliberati 

... I, in- .,,,,1 ,l„.,,i „, more backbiting 
»:..... I . I.:-. .'.•.:■. , ,. .:,..!.,., ...! ...-.I-. 
suulcieney, among bid hearle.l, wrong- 

','«'.r'l,'„'l','',',',"h,''i,'„..s'"'i h'a've"'f.in"?n none 



egio'n for specfaT B««"c"™in° North 'ceorgia 
,nd in the mounlains of East and MidJl 



1 111 i i \ of the coun- 

warfare in the campaign in Western Virginia, 
Oattera himself Ihat he can lead a corps of 
this sort successfully. He therefore appeals 
to the people of the East and Middle Tennes- 
see, and North Georgia, for their aid and co- 
operation io his undertaking. And more es- 
p.-ci.l i .. s be ,; peal Io the constituents ot 
his old re iment. HiB appeals to them have 
always met a hearty response. He trust, that 
they will not turn a deaf e ir to this appeal to 
them, to rally to the defense of their homes, 

of their wives, daughters, motherB and ais- 

I also desire to organize one company of the 



, ,l„n, g s-ai,d U. ..I I ng gl.,.,c,d -1 .be 

peecbes and the proceedings generally of 
■ at meeting, 1 particularly de,ire to clea. 
lyself from any p.irticip.iti n, ,1. recti, or 



ody purpo.es. The 



UthiVlteVvrr.'sate 






■as frustrated. Sufficirnt proof oft 



;.i.J .clone in. nluct to.vaids the people of 

These charges and others have been placed 
.efore the B nartmeut at Washington by 
3ol. Noit n, who save in conversst.on (hat 
he great n.ajoritv of" he officers who have 
erve.l ., der Milch-ll are dei-p'y iliasatisn d 
villi him, bel.evi.g him to abound in vast, 

lighcr order of'talent .ban he has displayed 



A GOOD SPECULATION. 
d ! 'i.iTew B aVean!',' ! rft 3 rtlie i '.'„l"nd« 



lr."s°M,iit'ary cheat""'"^^'^ ufaU 



... L'nii.,1 S..'.-s ,„:„,,.v-,,-.-,.i,'rJ b.s SI.Ou.i 
|H r | I II,)-, i,il 000 to Ihe mil 



"No, my dear, Mr. Jones IB a si 



Anocsi 27, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



Doi> g fi 



CAMP FIRE STORY. 
ard duly on one of tb< 



n ,a A woom.il" 5 i° "'."!;. Vail, ,■.?',' "m'Ti- " ' t'i M'nfhad o"f rblardhiV^iUfarkV- 

ph «« . ':■ pi- ■' , ,, , ■ . , ., .' „ , ,'„," , , , .1,. , I ^ '.I:.,, ' 

-uiminai ';''-'"'i "' , ' '"''" i ,bc l ,ro " «'"^"fo"i".°v C gr..'v?yar(r, Whin 



This 



■ nly »,„.,: I 



, , „.*.iSSfc.-55,. ...... 

auspice!", I proposed a story, and the aer- 

geant of the guard, an old Mexican soldier. 

quote, ag nearly aa I can remember, in his 



iter to the general ..inn] lo-nighl as i 
.ssenger. Will you go?" 1 replied in th. 
inn.iiiir, thanking tbe Captain Tor his con 



ey. of the city. 
When «e ..rrived at the Cei 



"'*',? '.THE ABOLITIONISM OF CONGRESS 

"J. " Tim SM."\l. I.IKS Mill M.« I m;. 
LAND. 

t^!!,?,",\ Th. following except hit at lb. l.giala. 



! N w England. The 



sine f,.rivapt, an J gi a -[.tng the young lie 
enant by the Hand, person illy, ... Iinnm. 

fficieney. The chief engineer, somcub 

>' i< ■<! this. I .play of skill and learn,, 

in tin- pa, l ol Ins ,.,,„.g i,v,il,f.,e.-rl,igly -a, 



.'■ J"\ 



by die council. This Uiapleaa.-.l i he t-riirmfo 
who deemed to think >bat the lieuenan 
though but a few years h s junior, had i 



j.ai-d into Lis "pipe 
In the discLrge of that duty I had made a C J™» 







ed 


the 




denes of our cap- 
















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Ke, 






naelf. Ibiuehed 












and 










.test moninrpo - 


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for 


1 "• 


KtionT'l' found 


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h.™ 


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npo 


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char 


a, pape 










nv 


li the c 




line 




I was at my post. 
















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in, ■■ 


ab 






'" ' i ft' d th' b ^' P 



T'oKi 



spake rapnlly and with earnestnesi 

ffiirirm^aTco-oper-atSoi.' 
Thus carefully and, xpliculy wci 



one teemed to understanil. But pr 
flaw waa discovered something wa, 
and I ... by the perplexed look 



'."|]""" '■'" 1 "' "'■'","" 

and he wcu'd urge upon lb. 



•Til 


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him 


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a'ai 


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noiin 


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»th 


y n™o h t. 


'wl 


ich he re 


ad a 



George -G 01 
rat engineer?" 



ANOTHER EXPERIMENT. 

The SUm Road Wagon.or-'Pralri. It 

■ ■■ ! " ' .' • '.'it n!. i'i'i" 

1.,,, i , , large liainof wagons wag alt 
wl leh were literaly crowded w»h laui 
with the Stars and Stripes float 

Ml ,,. o, i 

a'ndlirvvnnMtth^ea'.i'if^oid'nirViad 
»F.on. The train' bill" In front of the Sav- 
iour ilou.e „,] c „ r cUv , rt i,ta-W. C. Wi'I- 
ams and G. B. Hare-took .k.tihes of it 

,.,l, a |,l,,,l,,,,,.ipl,,.,g apparatus, 
ihe pioprn-ior— Mr Drown— who hag been 

^SiaVs.erVif'tr'Lsr.nd'th; 

ngineera— D. L. Osborne and ('. II. Slots- 

a'i-li.ol al II, e result of ihe experiment, lb' 

■ndig their movements, excecda th* rxpecta- 
l„ , he e\|. ..anient of Saturday, Hie Weight 

u'l'iiii'i',. 'w l .', ! ."'abont"5 miles in "hour. "'Th" 
rain wilUeav. this city early this week lor 



il r i I niggers wno ngni ,,„,,.,.,..,„,■ |,.„, „„, K „t and greater apeed fof 

a. A,,."'', i.Vina'kV'emfiahl. for he l',,i„„ 'r]^!','.', 1 ' ',7,'', '',',', .'.'i"' 1 ",' i v'Tur^hl^TTc' 



1 City People's Press. 



•rylhlngpr. 
-[N 






, ,'/eJ. -I '', 



ABOUT REPARTEES. 

rtea wa prlsTme lo be a, 
opriate reply t 



„ll'e;„l". known sTt'x BMl" ''^ "^ I ^ ' "»""" J,' 31 " .^^ Nov^ ScoUrj^ I. lb 
° 18. Ad u."l "fool /n./lhc Pr.siil.nt to ' hours' a /t°cr "t^pauer!" has' la'Senine Mrd 
dr,ft white folks. !,•„,. That "however alarming and num.l 

19. An ict authorizing the President to' „„, lbe c , „,,»„„,, and confluent a, .1 i ,u, 

arm nig.ers. J they may be. the peculiar action of the med 

L'l. An act concerning niggers. jtalUhVsiory of the disease." Iffllher va, 



23. An act to en. r ,p. .„,,!■ l.',,,ig, a ,...,.< n ,,,,,, ,, „,,, ,,,,,, pie.pertles. So n, 
acts. ,„,x,-,l vsi.l, I,,. 1 . ..II. a and ' 

pon the rapidity of tbe working omuib.ia tickets. I their be.ng aware of the adml 

at il.e mental powers, which Be. m to work 2',. A,, act .1.. la, in,- white men almo 

rather faster with some people lhan olhe s. (rood as niggers, if they behave thems 

He W. ic e liJing "l •• l stag' .-aarh , 1,,„| ,„, ,i„. ,. ) 



., ; :: 






tof wit, fol 
>rs proper c 

.-4,1,1,,, g « 1 



af. of J 



d' t l3.i' , «r° y i»Lto"cii y 

• ""the admixture. The 
ic has been successfully tried In the 
Is of Nova Scotia, and its uao will be 



1 for coming in to 
always go an ay 



..wdTr,:,.'.,- 



for said . iggers. (« 

30. Anacttocoufi 

31. Resolutions e> 
thing, are not meant 



-[Cincinnati^ 
A Gekmax B 



- 


Riding 


:is»b 




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b. 


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e,„.,.pary 

-He A 



.;,.-,! ,.iivateo( tbe Twentieh Mass- 

^n7hi's'roima a r't'era r g°a f y, p r , | ',' ",,", la,'h''i, j ,' 1 , ■ • '' " ' i s sine, a frl ; lid 

the number had !h. „.,. -' I. 1 „,- ,r',„,., .,,.,1 large ,,,1.1 ' ■•'>• .1 - I; „. wife w, 1, the assurance tha 

n a long lILl.t of stairs. I'he p a- T i.,.„. v.ly .,..,1 f,„ i.-ilng. g n.-raili lo-r hi.-h.iid uo'il-1 |i.,h,hl,- I,,- .xihar, i. 

"d-'wi'at lha I / I I r'nalarni ' I love Ton 

lil 1,111 ii I 1 ^ i ,i corrected *i'i 

-e'th'a" I may "al i i , , 'l ' ' ' , 'i ' |' ' ' lor °" " ""'^f wal »° i -°bbery." 

-PP'lIIll l#PP«||| ggg^sil 



iS"^ 



^v'^'prou^wii 



cFhiL3{ n, li ; ':i : :i' :; .i;v;;n- i , ! ;,,'. t i u r, »i ."idin i°- o?^H rl ^3ibi ; rr 

., ■!.■ i - If, -ml I.e. Mini that myself at or fear ; and a i it - a n he ..nun.. ■■ l..i 

,.' 'Ihe celebrated l>avid C.u.-l.-e... on of the 
'rtenance°oVa monkey^Vlaa7o?"ielf b'ia Me'ef u 



„y consum«d.-[L 



,rda. Th« peo 

'ai.,1 lapt'cn pr. 



TnE DESERET NEW! 



[August 2T, 1862 



RLlAS SJJITK... EDITOR AMD PUELISHZE 

Wednesday, August 27, 1862 



MOVEMENTS OP THE AftMY OF THE 



were denied by go. 



Harrison's Landing, 






illmon.l, or a largo portion ot Ibei 
rd toward tbe Rappahannock a! 
oily as posBlble, making use 



rigorously, the I 
igbt closed in up 
On Monday nigh 



Federal army ia scldiuliby 



,is,.|,'»Lln,ltog : 
, by llic Federal, 



were but aligblly covered. 

On the ictirrnient o> the Cciifcdei 
Cedar Mountain, Gen. Buto:d wa 



ll.ipid.il', but Gen. Sigi-1 



loving from tbe Cbic! 



en the Fot : rnac a„d Eippi 
OF THE ARMY OF VIR 



=u'l: 



led at Richmond t 



ofessed tjnionits who 



apprised of the position ol 
ich Becrecy as possible « 

je reverse of fortune wbi, 



era who arrived at Harrison's Landing, fron 
Richmond, with Cen. McCall, on the 13th 



PROGRESS OF THE WAR IN MISSOURI. 
The guerrillas on the no th Bide of the Mis- 



gave the guerrilla chief and 



, in charge cf Col. Fidel 
the bridge across the 
ng a large Confederate I 



tog was left I 
ederates. Evei 
;en by Oener, 



The Heel, including steamer, and 



i he nhole army of Viigima v. .is in l"H ! I.exuigton. Maj. Foster was mortally wot 

nil great rapidi y. A superior force of .j^, fi , hl al I„ oe p cn dcnce wai quite 
^federates which.b.loie tin to the .„. aa „ g „:„ ary ofr . lir . The Federal loss ia stat 






1 by M.-. C. J. Tb.om.ai 



Apoi-s* 27, 1862.] 

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. 
Gen. Hunter's negro brigade at Port 



Late intelligence from Vicksburg t 



THE D E S E It E T NEW! 



Goner.it Clark, Col. Allen, and Cape. T< 

I Wdy taken to New Orleans, whe'reV 
There are so many rumora in circula 



mdreil. Tlie offic 



ages early in the day 



were no' generally 

were. She got agrou 
Baton Rouge, and vrl 
attacked by the Fed 
the worst ot the fi ; 
officers and crew, and 
It 



""'- «>'ldl ||„.y ,!,-,ln.y... 

of property, over a million t 

ocor.l.ug to the Confederate . 



iring for the wounded. 



'J III iill-i! I N THE NI'.HROr-.. 



■ Chattanooga co-ope riling w.th r;, ; , 
""', their combined forces constituted an 



gaged were Gen. Do Coin- 
id. the 14th Kenlncky regime, 
ml Hi,- C cdciiHc Gen. S', 



of the Federals. The, 



■lit to relieve the sufferings of 
stilutebytheopeationsofsece! 
efore he assessed a lax of three 



-ilegeof doi-gmestof 

hare with the Africans 
aigration of so many , 



,t intruders. It is said by o 
- journals in Illinois that ma, 
. hard-working Hibernians « 



- ■ Several figVs are rep ,rte,l to have occurr 
•> with guerrilla, in various parts of Tennes S 
| and Kentucky between the 10th and 18th 

points in Kentucky had fallen Into Iheir ban 



ement produced by 



,-ere marhing towards Forts Henry and Dun- 
The Cumberland river was icported tqlrave 
nd all communication wilh Nashville by 



ill-i.-ulii.-a. He 



I foi 

>n. James Kobinsi 
reputed strong U 
cficlo ot the Sla 
errify the guerrill 
into Kentucky fr, 

the anti-U.rionis 



(he 4th ot August, a serious riot is re 
ted to have taken place in Brooklyn, N.Y. 



■ were prevented fr, 



INDIAN MURDERS. 






r.ded. The Indians gol 



Ox FunLo»ci[.-lt was alleged thai 
ere thirty thousand men, officers and sol 
Honging to the army of the Potomac, 



The l.'iiioi, H„„IJ, Sprinc i„-l 

. i.,V',, , ,i',i,\-''d',-.,'-'',: , ,'.!^.''' l 'i!";', 



"Tiu.vior, "-ll,.. Il,„, N....|, II ■■' ,, ...- 
V a I 1 Hie 111 Males Sn 

In'l'l','.'. l.'ialni .I'l'ir, '.I 'l l!.'".\l i',-h','r;.,i,'"n'„u ,!.l 
al LMioil. He 'chared the Jury thai I,. 



| pie anl the safely •■( 



corded in the liialoiy of Glcecc and ll-ioe, 

nl'iau-h noihl-'wid'.- i.npoiUnee i„ ui.lt ,a 
nrnv H.in.piiing in Hi « year rf^ grace, IMS. 

lllio^^n^'i.l'-'r'llH.ilHad/ri^lf.'Tar^Mhe 

I,'/ ^l-'"Uo,'ld Jhethi-r or no! a f,.e /,„.|ii- 
,lu arc-', ,i|i,l ,i',l.',|,led '" Hie' "Sl.ls of llie 
human I .. '■■' 'V-^''^ " f \™™"' " r \"H"^' 

'ikedahoilt, ref''f' i '''' l,, ''^ ,l ;'; l '';= 1 ';;;} l '' i ';:'' ' 

ng .', ! h ii'l'iiic youngest child Ih'at nad these 



inent from what is right and according to the ! °' or ' t u.e fir, 



'•I T,,-, 



: by the infuriated in tin 
he onslaught upon) T " 



THE BATTLE OF BATON ROUGE. 
The attack on Baton Rouge made by lb 
Confederates under B cckinridge on or aboi 

The loss on both aides was heavy, accordil! 
to Its nnjsber ot men engaged. The Confe, 



:ed, and bisuM hilled and acaljed, aniiros,."; 



lh " and fetching a deep sigh, repli d: "Ah, iny. 



THE DE SERET NEWS. 



[August 27, 186i 






OF PREMJCM3 



i Seventh Annual Exhibition of the 

,-t Agricultural and Manufacturing So- 
will he held in Great Salt Lake City on 
I, 3d and 4th of October next, 
articles intended for competition mint 
vely bit brought to the Clerk of (In- ('.mi 
:■;, ,, :i(>i|i audOct lnt, except vegetables, 
...,d il . w ,.is which may be forthcoming 



liiMi hnmrdi itely. 

iMl.fitJ:!.-^ i.o draw premiums, the respect 
committees may, Bbould they deem tb 
worthy cfa prize, recommend the same to 

Board of Director for their rmimd. r. n. 

Where articles are exhibited in any c! 
below the premium standard, do prize will 

Matured animala, baring taken the fi 
clas» premium at any previo-,B State Fair, ; 
ik.i clir.it.ilf lor future competition. 



t eligible re 

"ie chair 



ian or a delegate from each com. 

• i.e. 1.1'ully re .nested to attend tbi 
the Board of Dire-tors at th. 



Ai h. ,.■;. v, I. ■ h i ,-.!; < |iy--in;.;:,i 
of improved culture or individi 
will receive the award only o 
the process being represented t 

A commit (cc will be to attend; 



l of Home Manufacture, 



1 together with i 



productions 
rlcs the gardens, orchards and vineya 



We 'call on the stock-r 


isers to briDg for- 


word their (incut irtipr.n >■ i 








an e\l,]!./iion c.i!.-iil.ii.-Jto 




a taste for improvement. 




The premiums offered be 




thin li. rdofore, are mor 




present funds wa-rant; b 




the flame promptly, in 




Society may collect, or m 




our individual resources 




The strawberry and other choice plant' ant 


vines offered in the preml 


ra list have been 


gratuitously proffered to tbe Society by T. W 
Ellcrbeck, Esq., from whose garden they wil 


(>.< obtained, and who will 






son's Albany, Vic 


tori.), Vu'runle ■ ( . ■ . Iloalter 


nd Scirlct Mjgtit?! 


^n.-tieH are off red it. tmc 




i,een- may choose; and, 


if preferred, otaw- 


berry plants will be awar 




premiums, at the option of 


theieceiver. 


CLASS A— FIELD CROPS. 


Juarding Committee— Alt 


coo Weiler? tW ° 011 



arding Commit'ce— Mrs. Hunter, Mra.l 



J-LEATHER. 

a — i'li, lip Pugsley, John 
i Brighsin H. Young. 



CLASS D— CATTLE, 
moiz Little, Bri;=)i! S'.n n,.h 



August 2T, 1862.] 



THE DBSERET NE' 



CLASS M — LADIES' ORNAMENTAL 

WORK. 

Jwariing Committee-Miss E. R. Snow, Mr». 

Hannah Kins, Mrs. Emil J H - Mm ". Mrl - 



, Richard Golightly. 



©cncrcil Notices. 



W. F. ANDERSON, M.D., 





(Senerctl Notices. 


A ? 


2™°^™^"-". •■«»-. 


pRKSIDBNT R C. KIMBALL htt now on hand, mil 


L wo 


8 5?Krp^sf2,r P , B ,r;"' 


I\* 


mi.i»i™*™;»i „,„,.,. „ 



ra 



INSTRUMENTAL I 



©cucval Notices. 



FW 



WEJlV\NeFJlCTOtt\ 

GEORGE BONELLI, 19th Ward. 



ERLAND STAGE 






LOOK TO T3/IS, ECONOMISTS! 

JOHN C. TATTON, 
HAT IIiHIiriCIIlBEII 



FOR BALE, 

60 COWS and 17 MULES. 



TO OUII FII1E.\DSA_XD CLSTOMEltS! 

WISHING to Close up all our Dkuttu 
Business by the 
FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER NEXT, 

be closed, and 
7 4 KIMBALL &. LAWRENCE. 



REMOVAL OF BUSINESS. 
ffflPJ! — 

JOHN LARSON, 



,,JC. P. WEI.LINGBECK, 



20th WARD WEAVING FACTOR'S 



E MAKING i OLACH5MITUIN 

A. BERTELSEN, 



UNITED STATES 

STAGE, 



L. I. SMITH, PllOPRTETOR, 



[/";■ 



®enerctl Notices. 



HAND IN HAND 

LB A [K I IE ^ 

ICE CREAM SALOON, 

KHUr^JBOOlffS. 
a DANIEL bi GRMIG 

ICE CREAM SALOON, 

DINIHG ROOMS, 

LIGHT BREAD, BUSS, CRACKERS, 

Iced Soda-Water and Lemonade. 



HEAT INDUCEMENTS 

CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL &~ LAWRENCE 



w> 



MERCHANDIZE, 



LOW P R 1 C E I 



ieTchandise, 

Groceries, Hardware, Prints, Sheetingi, 

Blue Drills, Tickings, Hickories, 

Denims, Flannels, etc., 

For Bacon, Wheat, BarUy, cr Oatt. Cath 



WM. HOWARD, 

DISTILLER, 

COUNTY ROAD, BIG COTTONWOOD, 
I .uiipiy of lo"rlo.° 



U0TAM1C MEDICINES 
MEDICAL iiisPEVSARY. 



Dr. J. L. DUNYON 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 



1-S 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[August 27, 1802. 



1 Leigh Si. Co 



the kanyon. A Comet.— A sm.,11 com"', nearly ■ 1j e si 

.. -I...-: I tl., ' ■■>■" '" ' ' » I : ! '■'■:'''• 

P "w/iKd'.'v.'r'y'l.appy, "« P 1 "' 3 " 1 '""! ' S/oT ^'rf I{f ^ ^l"'- iT"" ' " ' ' ' ' 

„„ .,„. 2.H, of j,,iy. iv- ' :; r m :rr „;; :;r, .. bu U*"i,„ , ,„ „ 






'■'[■', ,n',.lo r„„„ty.._ John Rowberry, Tooele mo m a very i>.,',i 

„,.. «,„ ,. y. , i ,v,1lo. | Tl., r,„,gr..t ■. 

M.il... I <: t, - 'I ■- C.MiHM, I 



.hill-Inn uh 



red— Lat. 00° 12, N., Lon. 2»3" 



BENNEPI.ANT.--iS..-. 



mony; R. D. Covingtc 
Gardner, St. Gcoree; V 

Tl.c' agents above nam- 






'manage it. Teles-isi-hs 



in. C.osaby, Fort] 



neplant. 

L- ire.il A Pni'.-Ti-n i 

...i.i..:.ie j..,;„ ,',.,„. it.. 



become general. 

Tin- K. in.' plant (of V. 

k.i.i infar, linn, .liarrt.oa, dysentery, 



diate relief in any c 
, children or adults 



.,! 1,1, -Mi i„ nst. .Mil pi- .,-'- .,t|' r '.:, s" 



SEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION. 

In the present number of the News will b 

f,,,.,,,, ,|„ p,,.„„„„, I .-.I l„r ~|.rw,,„. al Hi 
a,,|,ro thing llln nal St .1- Fair. The Pr-S 

tu.i.ii.i Hi. in ni ii. 11, al ihey will anppiy ih 

nri-essill, menus t,,li,.i,..i.ll, , V,ll,-rlM|r.. eve 
linlul.ly cnnsri|,i.:iit on Hie linlling of sa 






.ED Puvsiciak.-A piil 

patient, and one gets c 






se during the past ; 
This highly valuabl 



tribute to those .'.si ng l" 

Uh™ioth Ward.' c.i II, i> ti'i, 
g charse, and will ch.-.-i fully 



, ILult,. nl count 



;'e;./,',.V.',n 



Filend. "Thee 





iilcirricli: 


7-; 


Wxtis: 


Nero 


^ibucrtiscments. 




CK .HARE S7R.1YED. 


, 


E^H£i"sS^,p 



F ! 'T'-.u"i'n 1 !,M ! KK; ' 



I1TRAT0RS NOTICE. 



nend to the Bishops 
i of the Society, that 

proprc89 of our agri- 






emergency, and judged it expei 



'^^lI'-'MWt' 



Heoeb Citv, Aug. 20th, 1M>2. 



,'«>.?. Bf'e- SVsS^ 



e,.|. ,,!.,: Pis, 
We have .in,, 



,1,-s. mi.,!. K,.L.;, , Pound 



C.nV.i'id, Pivsi.1.,,1 o' II.H'.i, 
,-],. .....;iy desired r. "Hayti 



hf,%bair C °S'^epli. : .! L -'-W-ll. ,, - l o" -s'n'V 
Mr. Gerfra.d that I shan't tearmy shirt Sir, 



sen, For. Is), In 

. Housekeeper, Nori 



P. Brown, Manli; N 



,'...;! 1- 



..I.Ui.l ea-,lvr |,M , e,| ., s , .„ , .. ' ' II e 

i,g „f os ,.l .l.il.n sni.'s l,,l,t fe Jud,e 

M, k , down ,., ;-.,,, Ili.-so. J.din u..i.l lli.it he g mi, 



.' P.. d 

. , M D. Ham 

M.U'liei, Caldwell, F, .i, 



County:— C. W. Bryan and Andrew 

/e,°»'ioore~ Pj^'son-'Albert K. There.'" 
, Fori.; Win. Mei.det.ll.il, ipriiigville 

Creek, L. E.' 



I. i,,...H..i..Ii. 1,..|..;1.. . 

, .11..,; Win. Hell, l.o-h... 

l'."V..V. V. .'.■,, i'h'i-Ii.V,' 



,■..'. lUieJ^I ■ 



1,., si, ;,|.li Waid; >' ., t Ji.u, Dane, ll'ti Wsi 





« 1 „ l » 


I'",.'.! 








Ma 




1' ' 


r.-ina.k 






ear for £ 










The Run 






-Old Ira 






















beg, 














vn g, and 1 

.for 'the doeter h 






^:"',', ; 'i ;:,',, 



PEOPLE^ STORE. 

H0TICE 10 EVEUYB0BY! 

50 SETS HARNESS, 
2000 Horse ami Mule Shoes, 

25 Kegs Horse, Male and other Nails, 

EEABY-MADE CLOTHING, 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

SHARPS AND OTHER RIFLES, 
REVOLVERS, etc. 

C^lifT PROVISIONS, 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



TP.l'13 AND L I B 3 R T T 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1862. 



VOL. XII. 



it- j bieofoiieinaliuglhis work, or of guidlr.p; it 

1 u I1.1- .-..min.n.-.il-.i No, only those that 

ay mo set apart ii„|,i,,,l ami dictated I.V the Al- 






„f God. The uorb of God 



, „,.|, n„. „„rl,l polm'- i.lln.-n. .-. -."-I -iii.ii..::, -m upon strata-™, i 
J'rect'polftic'al'iii'ii 1 our God an of his Chriat, 



^tKnSG^naitS ly.'p. 






i I I I- M „ ''«' I l" r ' I I i' ' -l" f I l il 

to coir.,, upon tl.e wicked, and of I lint to leave K 

to be enleu.le.l to the riuhtenuei, ' back there no 
m.,,,0 udunle r H la r w» M .,„ Ilia 

w'o,7' i'''i'" 'ii-'lli'tai'i' 

kingdom of God | Wi- ^ai. _ And ride8 Lp „, 

Jeep in unfathomable mines 

Ot.„..-r. lulling .kill, 
le treasures up h . br.ght de-ign, 
olitre, am.' . ( -: m And works bis sove ' 

i'l'ne't'o'lime 1 " 

at minds w'ei 



i-i .tally and collectively aB a pe! 






....i,;,V, 






of the reality of 



... lio '.pi .. . 



ompany of people: 
asking or thinking 
nly. There la ono 



' meTo I bf'honea't Lit 
eriighlorlwasal.ypo 



oiup ialni.it Hie piupoa.s of the Almighty 

n'd'trembio'ut I have ever felt slmng in 
he Lord God of Israel, and I feel, to-day, as 

ae uioiiuiains lvi'tho1it°"han'ds, a'.'d Ibis little 






II,- piiviiego of enjoying Urn *l.a»- 



„a, I ,..,l.|..|i,.-.i.,l in. Suppose we sLould 

I,,..., a . 1 1 1 n . ■ . 1 1 1 V al'l.ll.l I" lb ol..- "t"^'^' 

we should Had pl.-nl.l to do „ v..- did thill. I 

...p.... ,....- „ natter another to use ag mat 

us ■ i.l.l Ilia, will all I-, ii'-l.-ii lo pi'cis- Vil- 



li,.., thai is (lilt, !■■ lit i'l-,11, Hi .1 ol ' il.'-l l"-"|, 



Y - a ,a and Income forHl a'mot.gst tile c 
ely of the world aid to say w- w 

'■r'os'lfnt Ch.ist, ami wfie r.-»..lve. 
I II I I I t I II I I ' ll " u " rrl 

' ' ' ' ' ' '', ,",'.,„!! ',:."'! 



of darkness, bo I. a 1 as religion is concerned, 
from the) car 1830, as we Lave increased in 
and5oUtrcal'ilial' ; u.s! a a < ""havrbeeTobti|edTo 
ivi 

:s 

ugbtfin a religious poi 



,, „., ,.f our happiness if they 

t Vonnon'ais well ae in the Bible, 
n, and for the purpose of keep- 



':, ) i ','.' i •:' ilrS^^S 

maybe asked, lh. „, what shall we do; vial 

„ , , 1 . . men or toll 

laws of God? The ioet says: "Do what 



rs?;c 



s;;t;; : ;;,; 



""'"/"uZc'ss o. 

I,.,., ,-„!,,- II......KI. -!a .- 

a tt'il I" be at. ml. ''- altor 



„ ;:.,iu:, lo u,l through tin, 



,1,,,,. might as we I g.i. ■■ "P- "" ' 

, k that I will be a at... -::!,- • """■ 

,w hard it is for,,, lo give up our feelings, 
reslirnoarw low hard ills to do right 



,'.''.',',', ' " ■ 'l ' ' ■' • i ' ; 



•hough'-: and see it there be any wicked way 
:, and 1-1 line Lathe way eierla ,t,„g.- 

- Psalm 13'J, vetatj 83 Mil M. Taw i» a« 



!THE DESERET NEWS. 



[September 3, 1862. 



ourselves to understand ourselves, to bring 
oureolres op to > mirk, and • •» if we arc 

stubborn will or not, and it wi can yield t< 

llio diclatl-.n of tlio servants of God, and li 



,\;.,.al!e.i is tr ow. The 






people "poll lilt i'n. !■',',',' 'Im "ml! 'iie'bleise. 
to tile name cxt -nt ai Ibis pe .pie. It ii on 

,.,',„' ipi.-'i'Vi,, ,";,',:' ;„^i"i',„"„',i ',?'we",'i 



.,„.i,„„„,,,i....ii,,i ..... I,,., 

nol have this liii.v.vl..,!-.. w. 
our privileg, " 



nd his Spirit, You remei 



teresting. For It 
11,0 laying on oft 



Jeans Christ our h t 



servants of God have when speaking of 

' 0,?° brethren lire and havo beer, too p-iuliy 

..-dabbing will, 'I... v., ked, instead of feel- 
ing lhat they are Elders of Israel, nobles of 

contracted, mirror,..' up , , , \\ 



le world let ua be aervanls of God. t 
ad of being diciated by the world let 
elated by the Lord and be und r the 

ce of the S.di.tof God, bavin- thai in 



and faithful in the eight of heaven. Let ua 
even be ready to do anything that is requited 
of ub, that lbs Almighty may feel towarda us 

GoYv. about rebuke. 



; if wcarcBlahops wo 

f Presld'enis we ar"e "a 
obedient, if so ia il no' 



bead, for that ia the order of God. It is all 

un 'r'oV\uV S ni',isl'?''| l l!!,','i't our"?* eV ">' t "" l >' 



very good for mm. lV .... ,, , , 

be interfered will, »„ ,„„ c „. )f ,„,, 

feeling why do we act hypoct.ii.ally? "u b v 
•Itct of others that which we will not do or 






Brethren, may God direct ns and 
eep the cnm.n.lim.t, „f our Fat 
in Ibe name of Jesus Christ: Am 

BEMARKS 



lb..,.- ..... .. v,,r.,.v„f gi'is. G rlsili/Ier.as lie 

sciibed by ll.e AposMe l„ lite Cor, nth i.i „s, I, 
Hie r-'ih chailer ..f bis Fi.tl Epistle. 11 



umber, Ibr gilt 



these -HI. a, 'e\,.,7 apparent in lbs organ 

I I I 'l ' 

he Itiml i.i.m:,. i ,,c it,.. /.',.,„,„..,„,,/ -,/,„„,„ 

'"'■ which ii,.» published in I, ,, ;,.,., ,,,,!,., ,,,, 

.icksnii r.uinlv, ,M„., by W. IV. Phelps, li. ■!, 

l^^ps^bf^en^^ 

'4kcV'na«ons a"dt,e .aTbe r ,"n n? o°f' t'n" 

'"'.I. prep.r.,1,.1) I., lb,-., lining ,.t'll,.' M, ,', 

, | " ,1 p [| »'". ■"" ■'■!' lh.ll the Lord W,.„'l, 

iml)el,nl!h,„igh these anticipations have no 

n I'fy i.'.iK ■:, ibe „,,rk ha, progress-, 



o. You pass through this Territory to-day I „ 
1 you strive t . find the man or woman that - 



lot all they pol 



hungry. I want sonic br, ml. 'ibe 11, -bop, I,!;„ 
a father, save: "Well, what can you do? We 



nd thua he will be I 
instead if this he f. 



II we go down 
'em engaged ir 

'c Ki'ng/a'Engii' 



their bo.oma the S, r Go.lthey aieim- 

nappy. You may alao fill a woman's lap wilh 

-omfort. and if el,.- I a, „ , ,|... s ( , ,'„"„', ,|,° 
Altnighly within her, ami the spirit of con- 
all of ns; unless we have the spirit of con- 
nnb.ss we can ei.|..y lhat spirit wbicb brings 



and lor we, will ln-ilir,, porlinn. Si, will it 
be wilh all of us. These are the blessings of 
the Lod unto bis fa.lhful peop'e. If a man 



Sears' History of 
7^ ton a mission 



m-ui ill lli,y .ai IMl'i. Yuu go into a c 
held whr-ie ILe alalks grow Ion ra |.idly i 
d then, weak, and a very slight w 



ro't'he^opKan.rV 

to time embraced the" o*tr°ne,"f lne"sai'n"ta I a^rVpaiVm ilm" h.m > ' b.Vmied'Xm 

'.'"' '";;'" " "■'' '"--.■Ih.-r, bunging .villi ,,„. ,„ „ ,„, ,.,. This people ,s mm.. 

",''"' "" ""'"'■"ol li.ij.i.....,, I , .,,,,1 „|| y V, a. .:,.,, li ,d ,,„.,, wb„ have go- 



light have been imjto 



dyof 
y brought together ii 
"' ble, (though som, 



Hie tad by ii'li ,b II,..)' l„,i„ll,,| ,„; .,",;!,„,'. 






"BB 



:•':.:: 



:. Louis, San Fr.ncisco, 
of Ine titieBot Caliloi- 
Statea. The rest are 
hi up Zion, to epr.a.l 
ill" 1 * eV h",d""" B g ° 8| " ! ' 
if Se'iHil'y Spi'r'.'wbile 



good brethren. Thy put me in mind of an 
anecdote. A wealthy parish!, ner sent bis 
negro servant Jack to carry a sucking pig lo 
bis parson as a present for a Christmas [oast, 
while on his way, Colly was called into a 

basl c ami [.laced a puppy in its stead; Cully 
ben went on ins waj .,,,,1 presented 11,.. bas- 
ket to the pa.son, saying, "Sir, niassa ha- 
sent you a hie. mil ( ,f ., in,.. ,, ig for aCl.rist- 



", |! '■ ■! ;i",'.'.; '-II )...„, 'm.i.ier i.m'i 
a.' ni" by. i,d„,g me ., ,.,,.,,>.'- Cull 



pig lor the puppy; 



n to send him a puppy '■ "Bin.g'tlo 



Ic'vii." 1 But I' find 11,'af lLe L wbtVay h.'r'e 
lu'l'l ''.iim.'.J'.e'' i,; ",Tl t] ' "p. 10 "> fulfl1 oounsel, 
Jeiberr Pi I "know" ."aT wi' u}™ "Hols' 



.■roup of omrahs ( lnli.o n.,1,1. „„ „_, „l lo , 
icb robes, sparkling with jewels, foimed a 
.hiking onlrasi loll,,. „,,... ,,.,„ an, „„ „,„,-„,,. 
.nee of their sovereign." This Au'ung-Zeh 
ins re.n.ik ble lor the sm.plicily of bis 
ial.it. in manners which he constantly 



"batically, No, I love Zion better lhan all 
things else. 

Mow the facts are, the comforts of life dc- 
Yo.i ma" "'i i"?""" S 00 ' 1 ti.ings are use,'. 
f°useil lo' IO "t th" ' f "" " eal . ,h o£ Hje **f d 
a man to live np n, in a abort ti.ne they be- 
ii.ji.iiius to Ibe h- man system. Thoae who 

! "; '." "','" "''>: l "'" ""'>' and effeminate, 

and finally lendeied unite. y useless. For my 
..impart, I say give me Ibe good wheat and 
-mm r .'"ii li'.i'ig. il" i. i -hall have atrenglh, 
ion life " " e< "" 1 b ' Mh ana 

There waa a United Slates Judge died here. 



■Lord bless lis , 

tIalVo°y.: e °-Am 



The SHASinocn.-Thc 
'e identity of' the^la .Til 



ng oi Hi., word Trinity, dee- 

'.ilimel. )■"]„. n.'gl,t,.,il, g 'i,i. 



'[;,:■';,:. 






feof and S the"§o 



September 3, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



REASON AND INSANITY. 



Re 


son enable 

jin i. J 


na"' 


net.' "f™ 


I,:-. 

m i • 


nparnigtr, 



dherfaets and things. I'euiporaries. It would be simply absurd in 

I',""" of ■■'':'" '' ■""' chine BO great, thai I';"' J I aftomlbe blight creatures 

they actual/ .mag.ned war would come to 1I1..1 ,,,,■,,„ e.,„l> i„ l„ , e, ,,,,,„, »i„ fu l 

S.V^=X«d." wSfEUh.' B uril! an T ' ' 

to the Prussian ..mi ul.LtT Gcuit.in Kovrru- .'^.unst tin; ,i 3 :rolo S i.-.il ;ni L -. unh (> i '/. ,,11,1. 1. 



"Kb 



oling our tl.ougl.ta and impression., a 
ivoring to discover the relationship ( 



preneiona and thoughts are believed to b( 

represent a life and world of' its own, henci 
Lord Byron's passage, "Our life is two fold 



ment of our feelings, and emotions v 
distinct or faint outline of some event o 



Fiequeutlya 
thoughts wriii 



fingers; comatose (drowsy) sleep. 



opuical, pbysiolo.y . 
..nice it to say, rcasc 

"Frequently ideas an 



Tntti. 



gone to bed with a. easel ..I hot w.ite 
feet, he dreamed ol «. lung up thee, 
Mount Etna, and of feeling toe g.ouuJ 



,1 ■'.. lu^llo,-, I.- iMe, 






tight of liia miser; 



1 designs by rompe 



rs 



■nl'.'i'i'in. 1 ';'""','"""" 
lc present generaiiou 



fS.aVn.Uf!:."'.;;.'" 1 '' ;,:.-; ...r ' "'■' :;,!.■,.:',;■.;■■ 

llo re .lie many "Hit curiou. ami I rni.lrk- ' the resunr 
hie instance, of tins kind ,.r in-amty on 'con, re, mi 
ecor.l. Samuel Wane . in Ins diary of a j incoming 

itc physical,, relates l|,c foil g cilciiin- their oivu , 

tauces "A baclio.o, I'.iend of nine, »|„ aiy lea. 

'"""for me™ on ua * h,"n e ''ro' 'i* ' . i. ,' ' .' I 

ouse.p.eiice' o?' his' "head li.iVmg literally n.alion, wl 



ictioathat "as gong on, my 1 
n'y seized by a violent currei 
lerally turn.d, as you can see i 

:ry," I replied dryly; " ... then, 

i ' ,i,"l' i ill'. I, 

backward all the time, and I an 

ly a walking lie » To make the mall 



ed by the moon, hence the name lunacy, 

from the Latin /nan, the m i II id a in.' 

Ilia, from the Greek ».i...ni, to rag., 
'lies Insanity or lun.cy in its most furious 
confirmed stage. 

How many perhaps do know that a drop 

InlYure ieoll,h',,l'ln"n one. oar „|'„.''l'l, ,'.-. la, 

See? them " 1 "' '" "" ra "° ° f th °" """' 
t'/ue.'iNu.ie,, from the Greek gorier— the 

'/gaia /„.,„.>, literally translated, signifies 



There is a growing f el ng 



'i'".'. n' e J i"n''of "he eP ,rese e n 

JS^SuSi 

. , hut (.Mntully self in uej nil e , . ml 



"ognizmg in a 



till 1 1 yid i 



Tu, of the Hebrew on.l flu istian revelation 
as no proper applicali, n lo ll.e present day. 
he cleigy were llien in general ll.e onlj 

'';""";i' '"? "Uenlsoftn.Bibl, 

, Hi.- people: ami partly trom the freshnesi 



ight of the I g,,„pr| 

I •' lmpolta.li 

have exceedingly 

mass Of her hearers crept n opporl unit on 

age, growing rapidly e 



What is the remedy for 11. b? Clearle, 

the lust place, Unit clergymen should 

lailgllt tO dlStlllgnlSt! lull' ■ I I.I. ilel.l IIUI 

and lo teach laymen to dn'incuish In,,, I 
between Iheir own thoughta and Ihe reveL 
tion they study and explain. There is nothing 

vtbi bisgi.enw tod uiiii i„l teilieul, 

atieani ol words v Inch nine liom.i|,ul| 

as :,. op i, and enlarge them. The first 8 

M ta lo y Ue'd^di™ ^^IhT'otm'tto' 

Bern e ivlii. I. pieieedaii; nod ll," ne.t in 
the divine right on the r ,n „i (],.. ,;,,, ,u 



W. at is the result of it. Why, in Ihe fin 

lo„l".l J wild, aB a part ot Ihe' Christie 

faith. How should it be otherwise? Tin 



'""""' 'forms of" wo'r'sbhp. "h. ' 



iTii'i'ii i, , ,', |, .n,',','';.','ui „!,'',' 



,ee"he"^a°^n. C l 'r° l |'.fe'*o'f't'he Old a'nd P New 

Ihis'TBm^'semi-opaqurUiougUyanra, 

n.ver Bl.rrcd into breaking through it f. 



sually perhaps 



Elijah's mind ..In „ he was under the juniper 
ins. or the mm,.,., „;,„.,, „„i ucc j Baloauito 

.'"Ce Reason"*™ "iwef,"" '" a "°"""' "'*'"' 

inly seven after another, or ul.y St. faui left 
lis Cloak at Troas, or the rationale „!' i.daul 
baptism, or the causes why thers were no 
bishops once, and why they were appointed 

e 11,'eLll- he.,, derided tor „, '.. .. ',',,.: 

-siiolit v of proteat- why are we to 

■Hi, nil. 'u ill Hi, „■ , ,,„iiul,,e.,/a.J.., 



■Il'eiul.n'l'l "'hal'Tt'o'ughlto'L'' 



THE CARTEL OF 181J. 
The agreement of Gen, Dlx with 



uis are aa to lows: 
General commander-in-chief, or 
Lieutenant General, or vice adml 
Major General, or rear admiral— tl 



nder of a sloop-or-war, 
. or packet — eight men. 

ensign, or midshipman, 






make one despair of Ihe progress of mank.Dd 

I,, h , the ,,,,-tl.iiig I,) .■ 1,000,000 men a. • 

°38,34l/ Prussia. 719,092|' Kraala", 850 00*; 
Fume, t,2i,,iion; Great Britain and India, 
nil.'hti'; Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Portugal 
.iiul llaty, ::,,u..l'i7; tnlal, 3,771,71,(1. The cost 
.,!' .nan, laming, ,.h,lhi,g and paying these 
in. n. si Ihe h.e. a,,-,.,,;,, of J..|ll per head ia 
1.1 JO.OI o.oiili per .,, ,„. The labor, I 3,771.- 



, and what they ought to produce, 
■ like £300,000,000 a year.-[Lon- 



, New York TVloune t 



absent), 40,000; discharge! 



Ma'acbet- 



THE DESEUET NEW! 



[Ski>tkmber 8, 



mUWti M 



«UlS~8MITa....EDIT0B AND FDBLIrsHEB 

M , «du«silay.....Sciitcmbtr 3, 1862. 



.dims while positively not a person 
lew route ha! report d a single word 
ihension. Within the last few days 
t Oflicc Departm Dt have again order- 



THE EASTERN MAIL LINE. 
* bave 80 freriuen ly allu led to tbo 



MISCELLANEOUS EASTERN ITEMS. 



a-hatcver was pro di 



NEVADA ITEM>. 

alining operations in Nevada, the mines 
ughout tbe Territory must be exceedingly 

of a few days. New discoveries 






WAR MOVEMENTS IN VIRGINIA. 
Of the operalb ns or the mighty armiesbefor 

,ick uilh tie anr.yol Viigini.i to tbe Rappa 






j, tbeir loyalty t 
Col. Sims' cava 



Rappahanock from the Rapid 
piling 1 tii | - 1 ii 1 1 ■; ii i.il leaeun: 



lout Ibe north. Pulriol and Union, Il.iri i.l.»(l, I'snnsylva- 

/ important move- J nia, charged with issuing treasonable posters 
the Federal and I embarrasing recruiting, were taken into cus- 
; the four or five ,.„„■ »l„.ui .he same time, and forwarded to 
• the ariival of i Washington. 

banks of the On the 2d of August, says tbe HauilMt/s. 
n, but the pub- [the brig Sleipncr, of two hundred and fifty 
bat was trans- j tons burthen, of ami from Bergen, Norway 
aa nndersto d. i con It, I It, Ca|.\ Wo.ge, arrived at Chi- 






> of herring, being the firj 



n great fl 


ce on the 


Bergen ,., 


daily eflb 




Jnlyn.h; 


or) ■tabling 










She would 






The men 


g had be., 


beard on 


ville, Ky. 



1 ilea to Ihe Con- 



r point, 'und rstoo.l, that 


Gen. Butler had been a 


tbe liberality of 








| the eighty tbousan 






Federal ; belonging to or 




The "fighting 


Rap, a- ! tbe Netherlands bo 






r.nton— , ary, and that aom 


seven hundred t ousan.l 


been of treunen 



It j ing to foreign 



by Bui 



with i. uui 
Tis .tage tl 



H.nl 



io h.niieli all 
o:r, Salt Lake, 



Fort 



Churchill, and return d freighted with govern- 
ment stores for Col. Connor's command, and 

pounds of flour and thirteen thousand pounda 
of butter, and which, afler discharging freight, 
pr. ceede 1 to California for merchandize for 
the Utah maiket. A rain is also reported to 
have arrived from U.ah at Unioavilie, llurj. 



r sold by tbe agent, Mr. Mar- 



. California weekly. 



ite Courts of Nc 



cording 
Sunday 



I of Mr. J< 

ad bridges 

taand C.nc.r.«ali|""jt 
ztb were accused I broc 

ice that, af or the! this 
for drafting, three or' n 



their tears from Calitr 
had fared well and bee 






Pope's ..rmy and bad c 



efuge in tbe British pr-vinces. All j 

v.l, , thus iminigrated,>f course, had 



rjthing to 'of the Federal and Confederate arms 1 
r moves is j Washington, during tbe ten d.ijaprec 

air. ding r the hist day of September, shall bo made 



September 8, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



THE INDIAN WAR IN MINNESOTA. CALIFORNIA ITEMS, 

A savage war cf large dimensions i» re- | Our lateBt dates from lbs Pacific a 
Dotted to have broken out in tbe State of 27tb ult. There bas not been muc 



Muring tb. forepa, 



bill "n't".! 1 c'ireillatio" tbere are good rea- | Dr. Cbor| ing, 






BATTLING WITH THE FLOOD, 
ifter baving waiteTfor months for the 1 



ation o! Presld.i 



FAST TRAVELING. 



Mail Company, left here for Cali- 
Thursday tb. 21st, at eigbt a.m. 
id Carson on the Sunday following. 



For; Ridgely and nih-r places in that State ftl.il reside in S i nerset coui.ty, Pennl Pooler, Church, as Trustee in Tn 

ea for some tune, in conse [uencc of the j B g Meado„B, on Wslk'er river, where he was west side of the liver al 
rlijence of the government in raying thcin subsequently arrested; got away from tbe to prevent the overfi iwiu| 
, stipulated o.nuities. Some pretend to officer, and, in being re-arrested, was shot in the "inundation of the r< 

od by secessionists from Misao'li, who ' waa, ".Iter exaininjiionjodged in Esmeralda | The work of conatrucun 

net 11, ir li.~.,hli'y has ben, manifes ed, | Grass Valley was recently visited by fire, magnitude, will m all pr' 
one-half of the reports be true, to an ex- | and nearly every wooden building in the place ! plialied in the course of a 



private carriage. 

" retary Fuller accompanied M 
and Captain Whitney, n gentle, 



be, ii ex- entirely dcslmyed by that ilevo 

Thirty-one building, in Hon 

! 18th of etroyed by fire on the Iihh of 



nround Foil Kidgle; 



Ilia city iu„l vicir.il y , h.no 
: table .cccntly, of course 
j for the pri7.ee offered by 



,|.y was I, glite 
Tli. 11,-1.' I...ri. 



Ex-Gov. Sibley. It 



apeclmena of the aamo kind ot [rult exhibited 
by Mr Knight, of the l'jlb; and those fino 
iee grown by Messrs. E, W. Davis and 
orris, nth War I, were largo and of good 



I LA-.e.-Thc waters of Utah L.n 
nee, represented as' being some 6, 



rUmo, 



ir water, and will be, probably, 
ing in of winter, tor, although the 
being discharged Willi great rapi 
lUtlet— the Jo dan-to the ovciflu, 






twenty degrees Fal 



THE HUMBOLDf MINE", 



ntly had but little pra 



aye since that the In, 



r tbe rock. In tbe No 



ndiict of tbe In, 



nar In Virginia, Kentucky, T.-i 



.-News reach-, 



The emlgranlB on ttieir way to Humboldt by 
us northern route were, as per report, greatly 
elayed by the prevalence of high vi 



An Excursion to the Cotton Couktm. 
)n Monday morning, according to previo 
rrange.nent, Governor Young started on 
sue through the southern part of lbs Stal 



ccompanied from this city by 
n Taylor, E. T. Benson, L. Snow, 
D. O. Caller, A. II. Raleigh, J. T. Caine, 
H. B Clawson, Geo. Goddar.l, F. Little, and 
■a. Hon. O. A. Smith preceded 
, which will, of course, be con- 
sented aa it progresseo south- 



ed.. Colon's Command. — Tbo 
,nd Capt. Price's company otc .valr; 
honor's command, left Fort Church 



T„£ EMlOltATIOK O.N TIIC PLAINS. - By 

lesram from Capt. Jos. W. Young, we learn 
atGeD. EldreJge, Senator Hooper, Elders 
nasa Lyman and C. C. Rich,, passed Lara, 
e yesterday. Capt. Young and tleae get.-, 
men will probably arrive here next week. 
They report favorably of our euigjajio* «%tk 



of Laramie . 



TIIE DE SERET NEWS. 



[September 3, 1862. 



rfG«lC]» L I<?!W^ 



IMPORTANCE OF BIEDS TO AGRICUL- 
TURE. 
In the French Senate, lataly, M. """J^™ 

TbVropo-t, which occupies five columns of 
Iho JVor 



„;r:: i : i " ll :: 1 ;:;;;;;::;iu.r*l on Friday^, abou, ^ o-dock, c. P . 

annoying to ninny |"o[de at ibis inm. end the T.ewis BrunBon'e company of SaintB, whic 
nucstlon Is often IIKM WMl CM ^= „ ". ' lett Florence on the 17tb of J«ne, arr.ved 1 

UN. ,1 ,.!,.■ ..I III e l-M 111'. .111.1 ...|i'.W.I IC ^ ^ ( , , „ „,„ j , . ^ ; , , , ^ . B . , , ,, „ 

■;:z: .;;:.' ,.',';1 "i,'.;;':' ",''.',".,:;,!''..'" t'!;;:'^ „!','„':.'.,.;, «'.,„;. -n,e comply consisted , 

paroling lei.li »l y.eir gia|.evines .ne .Jt.i, .., o „,„„„,, w |th 18 wafons, 7n yoke ol oxei 

- "•""" ■■""' "-'] '■'«" 1 ';; '""' " .";,.; ';' J ,.*. ,.«., 17 hotses and lO mules. 

e„„,e out irregularly. tl| "f' 1 "'.' 11 ■,,.. r.di „,. i, the or.-aniration of tb 



"lie a light-co orcd little caterpillar lea 
igth. It tlee I' - 



"•■"'"■ ' "" ph.ee' of concealment from many of b.r ene- 
mies, where .he f Is in fancied security. 

Theleavcsoriyotiiii.se ami enn.nii !,u. lies 

(fad been ™*™* ™*£; f^"™^ ^ 

I; ',',',, ',','!',''■■ !..r ilii'.' ■■'" l.'.lr.ille.llicl'li.iinin: 
manacha consumed whole forests. In East 
•»l'»"*i three years ago, more than 21, 
000,0(10 cubic meters of In had lobecul dosn 



leaf-curling c.il, i ,.' II... -. If 
igbborhood of 



calculate amount of while worms. Sparrows 

by'r'i'ir r e'n'.'r i,'. i l.e'l '„, ls,'l I, .'." when their des- 
truclion was attempted n, llnrigary, winged 
insects increased so rapidly, il.al rewards I .1 

and gWe'n fo^bMngingthem ba"k ' 

of sparrows because tbey ate his cherries; hut 
In two years lie found Ills cherries and all 

« Sparrow's lie il' n a le II, the I j ■ 

chafers. Oivls, and birds -I Ih.n , lass. 



port proposes the prohil 



mercc and Public WorkB.— [Obio Fa 



ppears irregularly, like the plagues of old 



l.l.cry ol 
especially the grai 



A JUDGE IN A FIX. 
one of the judges on the Western Circuit, lias 

b °\i Vod* u^'lfd Eilr'id^n tlV°nixt'\oo'l S ?i 



■ w.i 



00m. in a fie 
Just at I 



.'-glass, t 



sight of 



dain; Joseph S. Wing, clem and ca 

Ihe company were nativeB of Eng- J™" p impelled 'by l?i 1 an a ■ ft ""y '.' "l ! ;■ 1 ..'.' in'i'hi 

, Scotland, Ireland, Germany, the Cana- her ,u Ills arms. At tins critical moment his 
and other British American Cob 



New Work, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, 
1, Wisconsin, Iowa, North Carolina, 
Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee and Missouri 
The following is a list of the names of the 
principal members of the company: 



iiniv 



I'no, and fsuiily, I.. Ii.iukm 



M , H,n. and i Iv, iil.l l-'orsyih. 

Miles Hall mil family, T. J. Phipps and 
family, J W. Roheitsnn and fannlv. Jaae 

l;„l„.,i.,„i I lam If, c. fuller and family, 

1) Fullers ■ d family,. I.din 1'arrnle uiul family, 

M, I • 1 I I r I a II I 

r, r. , the B .,.,more Onole. make, heir nee-.. ^^^ ^LX^'^Zl'^^ 
II Howelle and 

;",;.■.. ,:::., * < •> » ian«r"»* t*»»7. 



dumb and fiugCB as last as the expan, 

. ,|., .., leal.- ■!,..., .II..-S el Him lay'-' 

% troi'ble'some, fud 'very r'ewT.* 'any,' 

lleetujl.-[\ew.,ik J'ereurr^ 

BREEDING NEAT CATTLE. 
Major OliB F. R. Waite, in the conrsi 
in addrcBS delivered before the Claren 

( \ II , Agn...li.ii..l and Mech.nical A 

. uelii In it years of patient Btudv, retlec 
,,l , speueme; and .ihhoiigh a ereat de| 

pe.leflloll lias b,-, 1, leached by 11.-111-, 



mily, Geo. J, 

. .mily, llsniet It.tiii,', Herbert Longson, 

U. l'.'Lander, Adel a Sparks, Wro. Lane and 

family, Win. Miller, J.din Tian'er and la, inly. 

B. Tadlock and family, Sophia 

' Ty, T. C. Fore. 

Kirkbam, Jam 

L sa G, tuns, T. (lit lint. A W Lander. 



orally » 



'I'.iiii's I fi'.iln"' large hemes, l.y a pro 

-es, ol ringing the shoots in June and July 



fruit glows larger, but the bark coming 

togelhe, before Hi. winter, a conned, on is 
Mini. .,, and Hie slt.-o is not II, it. destroy, d . 



ringing may be net Mi uied as above; bu 

the fruit does not acquire a id,.,,., s'aieol 

Mini In. ,1.1 I one on lite,, rev s y, 

shoots. The eiroc-Bofnngingareinoreobv 



from the earth by tu'a'ro dB arc mixed, assimi 
• ted and rendered subservient to the tr-i 

"-'■) ;>" '■ •: "- lowib. and in,l 

anlnial ... ,,,■„,, ,„ ■■ ll'i'if ■„■! 1I1.1! 1 

:n. ;. 1. - [■ t , lot by tlie process, we dunlins 
te resources of lite I,.,., in thus ■ emu. „,,' . 



-[J. M. Ives, in New Eng 



Smilh, J. T. GriffiH 



ere only two deaths in the compan 
ling the plains— Mercy Robs fror 
aged 21 years, and Wm. Maili 



GREAT WAR MEETING AT WASH 



come off at East Capitol Square, Wasuingtoi 
Aug»8t0th. It 1b said to have been a grei 
day for Washington, and free Bpeecb for 
vigorous prosecution of the war echoed loudl 



icrruptwj'iat' he thought to be 1 1 

. my ,,.,,.„,|,|,,I 10 wilhdi.iw, when 
other judge vociferated: "For heave 
l:», slo,, „„d heat mullet explain., I. 

...Neve, ,1,111,1, ll.y dell bl,V|,e|. the mat 

t.lat.s ilsell:'' and be lett Ins lear 
couid.— [Anec. lutes at lite Llei.eh and 



her husband returns from 
right to be kind and forbear- 



1,1 di esses until her husband can buy her neu 

"it'iswoman'arightto be content when he, 
usband declares he is unable to take her ti 
re seaside. 

fado?S^a° 

'jS: 



...... g 



get her daugbtei 

feel content with hi 
: encroaching on thoi 

1 woman's right to r 



I'uiou'n'lo fid' ...I. ■ b-' .eles'loV ;;•';, 

h, not the least of which was the 1, ant , 
ana and the opposition of his neighbor 

11 ten ye.uu his breed of sheep, still so ft 



He died without gi.ing to the wc 

"eV,',;',:. i.,,'.",'!' ,"' . ! ;'.i, t.''" '■'.'■. o'l" 



Merced, say, that recently he saw a cow, w 

years,,,! giving s,„ k to he, daughter, a y..„ 



"'.Iro, 1 ^ 



did in suffer its accomp' 

1. at hie, 1, ofwb.it would 

waul; by the mighty intere 






isionB. Lt the Union be preserved 
rTnatc'^e^-w, aretha 



New leans; Gen. Shields, Honfi. R. J 
Walker, R. W. Thompson, Jamoa Harlan, Jas 
S Rollins, Mr. Close, of Virginia, Genera 
Carrington, U. S. Marshal for the DiBtrict of 
Columbia, President Lincoln and eic-r 



SSsS 



Bible was always put i to the sleeping apai 

a7tVe?a°lrt C wK 

le worthy baronet, and several abode , 

ight. Accoidi g to the fashion of the tim, 



iillatio ong themselves, thsyare said tc 

ave re, ailed Ihe domestic a., lie waa leaving 
he apartment. "My friend," said one cf thi 

%i"h mo»"oUe.'rf'a"c''" '° lh "' *'*"' 
An Olt, A»EcooTE.-Wben General Let 

ne General remarked to his host, that afte 



: AS HE CtME.-A 
ikingaeall, rcmem- 

' parlor." 1 Pr.s'emlj: 



nary talk, thinking very shrew, 
lwtf.dX™»i.'iyaVk\°a-"M. 1 



eplied tlie otLer, "there are pie ty c 
vhen thia is wet through, w« will g- 



September 3, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEW, 



Maine— laraH 



KIuh:,- iji.ni>!— William Spragup, : 
Connecticut-Win. A. Buckingham, 



111,,.,,^— Ki.l.ai.i V .Hi's Springfield. 
M icli :■-;. il— Ansini III nr, Lanein?. 
W shou-iii-.I hi> 11- Saloman, Madison. 
MihiM'soi.L — ,\i. '..ui'l, -r Ramsay, St. Paul, 
I.>wa-SHm...l .1. Krrkwood, Des Moines. 
Missouri— Hamilton II. Gamble, Jefferac 

California — T.dan.l Stanford, Sacramento. 
Ok-'^ou— Addison C. Gibbs, Eugene ci'y. 



f lying flat upon the pap- 



; Hi..' piopiT distances from the spectators. 



G-nrral Lean flays— "Shoot them when 
General Halle 



, \-\ .i up. 



We think every member of the House, 
God, is in favor of a Bhort Bession, ar 

cpi.-iit.ly i il.'i'. ii.ru i!j. r r.cint;c!! oi 

conceive a love for short speeches, speak only 
when they have something to Bay, say it, and 



©cncral Jfotic£0. 



©encral Noticf.0. 



■JJ-ftS p-i 



WEl\lNGP\CTOR\ 

OEOROE BONELLI, 19th Ward. 






20th WARD WEAVING FACTORS 



LOOK 10 THIS, ECONOMISTS! 



(Seneral Notirce. 



W. F. ANDERSON, M.D., 



FT 



TO OUR FRIESDS AND CUSTOMEKS 

WISHING to Close up all our Uhsittled 
FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER NEXT, 



KIMBALL & LAWRENCE. 



REMOVAL OF BUSINESS. 
fffFH — | 

JOHN LARSEN, 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



C. P. WILLINGBEK, 



m 



'AGE, MOUNT PLEASANT, 

HEN RY~ MAIBEN 

SIGN WRITER AND ORNAMENTAL 

PAINTER. 

SEVENTEENTH WARD. 



BLACKSiUITUIft- 



UNITEB STATES 
[AIL $S^®$t STAG 



L. I. SMITH, Proprietor, 



©cueral Notice©. 



HAND IN HAND 

S ffi \K i a \ 

ICE CREAM SALOON, 

DIHIHcfj&OOMS. 
DANIEL GRENIG 



ICE lIEI'.AiTI H.VI.OON, 

DINING ROOMS, 



i.i<:nr iiiii.in. r.i \s, • •;. ■ t:r :. 

•.I-»»"I»»» II... im.iiJ. .! CIGARS U 



Iceil SodaWatcr and Lemomade. 



IIKEAT 1NDICEIIEKTI 

CASH BUYEKS. 

KIMBALL sTlAWRENCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 
LOW PRICE!. 



MERCHANDISE, 

Groceries, Hardware, Prints, Sheetings, 

Blue Drills, Tickings, Hickories, 

Denims, Flannels, etc., 

For Baton, Wheat, Barley, or Oats, Cath 

not rrfiutd. 

N Ft. -An ri.nilrfill.m ,,T M-. Stock of LEATHER 

wmThoward, 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 
MEDICAL DISPENSARY. 
Dr. J. L. DUNYON 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[September 3, 1862. 



EVrL THINKING AND SPEAKING. 



In this "region, small cram is generally I 

nk fair, and potaloes are doing finely 

,e |,eache* ai.d ;i f |. ; - H are I":ui. c li-al. 



Excimivelt WArvM.— The last tew dayi 
ve been unusually warm for the aeasan 

y effect on the atmosphere, it ia bo far dis 



A CHIKESr. "Hirrv Desi-at. h -Mucl 

Ims been said of il ha[,|.y despatch" amoi. 

the Japanese. But (he Clune-e often despatc 

a ,. «,...■ somewhat ..nhappy man 

net. A let erdated Shanghae, May"' "' 






MUSIC. 
H. L. RAYMOND 




This Day Received, 

PER MULE TEAMS 
FEOM CALIFOENIA, 

STAPLE MERCHANDIZE, 

WSI. JENNINGS. 

W. 3. GOD BE. 



vhathas recently tram 
oung man living at Fil 



...■in ,„., ilHa.ea.on. Upoi 

■ IL' 'C, t'l! 01. e y..l;e el it 

.."III -all day lie tia.velo.l 



k. i i,. l''l,.,.|..e V . hv P. P. Pratt. 

c i.isii. r,. n.ii.ir ... i.y J..I... Ja-iu. 

I:-..;.- . I 3ler i.. Itl. [......jiean edtlioi 



develope itaelf in that c 
things." Yet though v 



nher ha. I I.e. i. .ir.ieo.ed aloi.g Una 

OJS ■!, ...el .I,.".. e.. II ; a Mile llie|| .. h 

t"V.' in!, ','T'.'! l "iei-l', "i'i" 'i|.'i',',',"i : |,', , |o" 



v...- <i 



The .,:.., Way 'o I., Saved. 
I.'.n-ral Kpislle of II. e I vv 
Volume of I'ooiio. I.y Lma 



f L. Snow 



NOTICE. 

SCHOOL TO PREPARE BOYS FOR ME 

CHANICAL BUSINESSES, fie. 

To Comm nee 13/4 Sipicm&er. 

E. L. T. HARRISON, Teacheh. 



i . - i - i ' , ,. - 

"rili'ty"' 1 ,.,., h yon h'avV shown' in" m. 
ad donating the collection 

I am, very truly, yours, etc 
C^B. Wai 

editorial" SCURRILITY. 

There seems lo be a disposition on th 



lary officer in Ihe Department or Utati.- 
cvident that the C'olonel'a promotion, an 
B ot h's acta are not looked upon wit 
ersai favor. The following is from 



The Sin Joaquin 



11 .lo.VjUUl valley VV.II Ulel.ii, 









ADMINISTEATOE S NOTICE. 



pp'lication or lined irappm.'., i. to ■ Col. V 
iidward Connor," the hero o[ il.e ■r;e"in- 
iiiiection. ai. d the s.atcMiien of the abolition 
a...... paily. P. Edward 

'.he , s mightier than I 

iaa only squelch. ,1 two le 
..he i low-by theusi 



n. that curv d 



wines out 



Union 

e of "P. Ed . 



tuperation ia no'. < 


omm-nd 


Me. 








T Maich.-Wb u 


nderatand tie trla 












e ,.„ F.i 


o.i Union 5,, tare 


IV 


rd. The 


o be pitched at 10 


o'clock 


.m. 


cor A Merchant TnAW. 












Mr W. Jennings, 


arrived y 


e.terday 



CITY POTTEEY. 



F. 1. P. PASCOE, 



r-'; 



NOTICE—CAUTION. 



FIFTEENTH WABD TIN SHOP, 
OnARLES^l". JONES, 



% 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



T^TTTH AND 1IBSRTT 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1862. VOL 



XII. 



'X."Zu2,Tt i'iiri!.?iii'!""\ s v'iit"'» 



hal'lowed, aelhslY [.r.-i..-,".sii t.'a^ 'in'y * jum'o 

I I i can all tVr"b° 

to i | * I pia.fo'rVXrew. 



o.rii.'.'i' f,"!," 1 ■■i"v! ''i ,'.'i"' ( j, 1 "'- 



they are flow ng ,„ a „trady „ lrpJ 7,', ;,„,„',, 
P»P <«■ What ,s there for this people to i 

influence, thai they may know how to wo 
Ho- power there £ lor the best good of I 
kingdom of Goit. It becomes us .--II to i 



:;■::::;;:' :;:.!■ :;:;;: ■■; 



S fc h'».i n .^:f: 



I of right- 
Ihis p.o- 



J!r:>:r 



RETURNING FROM SA 



LMON RIVER. 



from Salmon river, 

• Lodge, and Hu regions to 

tig tho.e 

u was ut. wm A. Hickman, wuo 

Deer Lodge valleywhere (he minerTwcreTak" 

that country there were eviden'ce« of gold; but 
In no place outside of the limits of the aetlle- 

It could be had at paying rates, and Florence 
digginga were limited to a small plain of about 
four miles aquare, and there bad been minera 
enough in the country during the present year 



affected by appio.irhi g 

''/'".i'm'u.u to'the" " 
e'art'h.' 8 The Elden 



?,'h ,h J^„ Pr 3',- 8 h m ''^"••"" ,"■? " •"''>•' ' -"'■' 1- "'t ( 'lee P t'ri''c 1 ity;'a„d°'h'ua 1 't 

all'srandf r ever ami c ,, ,'■",,, Z- '..['/v,': kl;.'.'.",,'','".."";". ':!'., ' !"', T'' "r"""-' ''?' 



ahl „p'e,li,-e,'.w,d '."„', o |'|',', ,, I » ,,,',| hV'.'u!,! 



m" M,'""i,"i', ^"i 1 * ,;%''";"' .'";rv 






oV3ai&HHH^ 



ey have designed has bcenXan't!; 

w"iZ' yn"r «-\ll* are"wit''°«„'a"o'f 
kind ! learn to"^^ '!',"' 'li "" '., 1 '"," 1 ''" l "' 1 ; '" ■''/"' 

.h.Ht...... Wl I t!,.- g ,„l g, , „ f the 

rt "' I: "-"I ' n.ul'ipln.d ■„, I ., H l|„y 

■ tor ■!•'','.', "';'.,','".',' 'l"|"!"Tr!',' r f "v,"h !"'l','"'''e "'",'"■ 

'c'l',"'! ,]'" .'.'"'-V ',',''. ": l '•''■' r'- 1 " 1 "';''''■;''>■'"'.' 'i'» 
d'ay I "",' P °"' er '*' y r '' 3 ''" lha "' " """ """" '" 

h la- here. Ic-.'.iv. '■? .U |.(, Smi'l a:, ! ,,)' Hn.. : huu 






■ they would do tbi 
i are going on mia 



1 I ] :"i ,'of II " ;! u ll 

lh.it >h-> will .ilt".','.,',.,.|'v ,,''., !.,',!," u,, 






l.-an'aina Mul- 



particularly popul 



Purple, Mendenhall, Morell, Ma 
)me of those who left with them ha 
own at Deer Lodge. "Tom" Pitt 1 



GOOD FOR PRESIDENT LINCOLN. / 

Horace Greeley recently wrote an ofuVoua ( / 
Iter to the president, urging a more prompt V 
ad rigid enforcement of the confiscalion law, 
. which Mr. Lincoln returned the following 
lambiguoue reply: 

My paramount object In tbi. atruggl. la 
save the Union, and not to save or destroy 
avery. If I could save the Union without 
:,,..„,, .,,, el.,,,.. I ...Jt..,,. II 



I l,..i,.. 



KILLED AT BULL RUN. 
Mr. Stickney, the manager of the telegn 



.gainst the enemy, 
eperts that he first lost 



THE DESERET KE 



[September 10, 1868. 



THE EXCISE TAX LAW. 
■Bf reqne.t of CoTT C. Little, A 
foe Utah Territory, under the late 
r.vecua enactments! Congreas.the to 
ettraete from the voluminoua cone 
published. The Colonel aeema anxic 
those affected by the opcraiioim < ( tim 



Ily-tvto, awl ■■:. or l..'l Ill IU..I .11 „. 

Alay in -rli y.-.T il,.......ll.r I 



tslstant aaseasor ehall fail to perform any well-bred 
ity assigned by this ad mtl.ii, the tun- ["-- hi. ance, 



form any well-bred Englishman talka of 



Frenchman get 
| and* a'green",,; 



Dga of VeBuvius, Joi 



' ,:■ ■,•:,." .„;,;:,,;.'- ^.vr™- ^; ■",;;;;'":'/. 1; H'C.:..Cr. :r .';.■'' ' 

',' i',"i , ;.;"',!f"r, .',','",' i" ."..'...r,™." !".', e.?a," ".V,'.'"- a!.V\*.!^,V?r/.Mr 8 .M'^-'''.','n.'^1.'!ri'-'"«''- t-'.^'i'.':'''". 

,.„.,l,.,.. ' .-, ' .., .■„,;, „r olj.cta liable to minr.l; a ml • ., ,.l i. -■ a - ^r.ih.iii, .'P';h •;•■; ,.:,,»...• -p- 

i " 1 1 i e- .an- ..i m Li.'in.iit of sinh person, ! not ice alia'1 have been ei.eu -a M ,,i i si i,1 ,.,„,,,,,,., I a 

'..:'. ..' i'i,,\ ',..',' '. J ...". ,\,r ; .'.' V, . '",";,'„ '. ,',' .' s ' . . ^ !*'.»'.i /".■ , ,.,.';\',."v"!i„. ,o„> ,',;' .,!?..;".., ,'i,.. "y,„ ,„n r ai a,„i physical 

.- II.-I.,-. I,r,|;..„.l I e ha ■ I- and b. -.i-tu.l ,,,.,., r-. A, ..I it.. hall be England la «' an.pe.l U|>, n lh 

b-ciil.,.,1 b, «,, b asse.enr ehall be taken >hed.il. of ilie asc.ni I,., e.,,1. coll.cl m, „„eher our 



world with 
' """ leVa'aDt 

V ,,,,„ 



.USSK 



Ihe live Yankee ia 
liuly wonderful peo- 
.ic.li. npreaa officer 



Uoi'.s l„ b„ pie., llbed bv Ilie Chums- l,,H *' 

■ of Internal Ke„. ■, far the dl.eclion ' "■'. 

Secretary of the Treasury, lor ..Inch "1, ° 
pernon or persona, partnerships, firms, I »'•£ 

led under and by virtue of the provisions Se ' 



"< "i''i-"'«'. !',": '''■"!, ,y . !'": ■'"'•; s " r " 



firet Monday of Ma: 



within tlia assessment . .ainrla .. h. 



pelfy, e.,mP,, one., and n ei, li.l mi , .. i [ rah a .aid. 

^*tor e "oiledion , |''!l !',', ',',','n i..,'n,. ,",'„ ",i™" i''-'.'.'- L 

,...,,.,., .,,. Matt-., a. in any otb-i lecor s or I'")' ' 

decumeota, and by all oilier la wl al way, ami ."..id 

moans, especially to the i.ritlcn list, scb-.li.le ] act (i 

Tered to the assistant a-eei.or b. all peraons 1 1 d it 

owning, possessing, or liming Ilia care or and ' 

■' "■>! i» I '"'. I"' P r'.l. ■ ah n unl. ■'■.. 

1,11.1 I M 

, , . ..... , ■ II, l, a , , , ,. .;,'., . \ hi a i 

""8tc n, 8! U Ai'd"he Y7,i"lh'V .nael.d, Thai if he up 

c«ra or management of proper V. cm ■., ..a: . ■■, will. 1 

and merchaiul «,-. a,i, c l, , o'j > "■ liable io »T" 



"Id !l',e,.,'a'n'.l'in l'l,]'l 'c a-'" ' it "a'l.'.Vl'l ' b 
B duty of the oflic rtn mil, e .,,.(, hat v. In I 



;,d,r, h ani r c!eT l or"b]efa, d „or';yin , ro'! 



GOOD LUCK. 
Dryden nan not m.ich of a believer in good 



ae or be am m a j i.l relation or |n„| " tine l„i id:,,,.... lor tmabel or duty, for a 

liber valuaiiona in the same a. ,„n' ill. I. ,„'; ... „,,.,„,. , .,,, I ,, In p,.a,li,„. 

no' r'n'ri.'ch Ami all .. pp.-.. I. lo Urn .....essor , til ', h „ [ „ , „' ,. '' "The 'b. I h v-r in luck ia oome- 

llmll -|,ec,l. p.Mlh iihii can..-,. .in I con. ,„ , e,|. ,, I. of !i a w 1 1 1 win auc'c BB,' 

l.u... ,ea|ecli,. s ., I,., I, a ,1 e ,. „.: ..„ „ i .■ ,., e.i -' ■. ih.t.t ,■„,„,,,, bnnn any rate,,! lie ia 

imlal, HI. mine, ..a,..'.,' em. i i| ,..'•. II. -v i'. -ml that it will not 

txamineand equalize the valaat.ona as shall supinely u..,i, lite ill , ,,..',„.,, fo Boinelhing 

'ou« notice, ol at lea.l five ay-, lo the pa. .. ,„',' „„i..|.. i,.' .',., a' ,,. ,,' .,' n.eorrigibly loat to 

teie.ted, In appear and ,.bj,.t U, t|,„ a.m. , any bin- 1 1 ,, e a decent sense of aelf-rcapeel 

I i e ,„ay bel eve in good luck withoo. 

THE LI VIC YANKEE. ",le!,'i"i'..i,".',' a', ,1 ".'.", • bout « auing tr him to 

Patriot-, philosnphe,., pliila nt bropista and u ,,. Il,,sm,.t,at i. call- a g..od luck; and 

gorgea'of this Ne-. England, ami where, ( 
irnili and honor a • e tin,;, the sons of Par, 

aieerratidp a'!d'onus. We woud'talkwi 



being dutinctly read, consentc, . 

|,y tbo ptr.oi . .. 1 , s 

ba received aa the list of Bucti perBcn. ' a[i„,.n:v pa,,-,, i,,, .,,.,,-, v ,, „ ,., 

"it or , %Vateme",".;it'h y ioh l „! ',.', J,".'-"-. .'.'- „,a .,' i. p . t . , iy ,' all, . ...Ileciing the a 

..•da the valuation or en.in.erat io . hereby li.l.,.ba.l pro. to nriance the -nine, and 

intended 10 be made, Biicl, per...,. ll, inline, t -I... 1 1, ,, a,n, i ,1 h.i. — , i,e lust of which 

,,,:,, en, i M.n t ,., ,i, I , ,,■ , , ,,,, i I ,1 all |„|.„n, h.ble [,, p.,, , ,, y ,h,l . . I a x , or 






>ay. In dies' ^always precise and 



human rail shows irse.f -a h ,, 

panting on the track. He ,, , 

forego lanilB or grows aeiin i 

beauiy of ari er is its c.pdciiy loi a . 

ger. of a cotton mill. Heboid,, n < 

"amagniatent rehTat' a prUt? ''lie"', 

of'a 'tunnel. He aits b-nea.li the an l' 









s sooner dir.zy with 



ipl'ee of r.,i4enceoi|li 



l,re-[ His relig pn Cl ,..,. be mouriiBOver. 

'lifer- i 111' job.' He lo"vea*lib.r/y ^Uhia'n'imp'e'l'uous , 
f.e.a ,1,1a asia.m, a ml fn'ly bet lev— that Ilie co.llilry 
t any ] can whip the univoiac. If the phlegmatic and 



°iy 00 muek'ela." '1VJ1 a , i'e',1 wilu 



SlPTBSIBBR 10, 1862.] 



THE DESEKET SEWS, 



X THRILLING 



ibodyj CHAHACTEROFTHE GENTLEMAN, 
'row'! I I have .tried already" that the forbearin. 



early Java «n, a, t „,„, " 

"It IV, 

Id Virgil 



laic adventure I.e. 
tfe give .be .to, 

the year I7C5 i 



■ap.-froi..lb,-..neici- .hip. II, 
■ been entirely will- over hi. „ 

he's™,', IudVan.)'!',. the '.>',',"„',"; 



psiaeverai.ee, be,. is th.n y, 
Rid etrcceeded n^ iul,.n; ,,,,, 

"^b"Haeai , '*a°dTbaI ait 



'That,' said I, in reply to the remak of my 
Wife, 'was not the tinkle ol a beil upon Ihe 
beck of a cow. It ia a decoy fion, some ln- 



DRESSING WITH TASTE. gen over the other, is a Test. No'ge 

^It^^a^that^ilJietu^Arnerr^ K b^SHl '£ll \.!:r"Z ' 

I ' .°t°y° TgeuUema', 

will, all the usual acc-.o, ,. » of lace a,„l Tl„. ...„. I. , u .„, .,.„,, . o ,, ,..,!,.,,„ 

jewelry, l,> J,lr lu II, e ,,, le.uheehce ol I lie ingly remind an o.'Fr r, cr ef a wronp 

1 . ,, ' , I ' " , 



1/ Afctrororrienl ot .eraaliom /or It. moof* of 



12 | 82 | 74" 

Dry Bulb. 

r °W_l _!*>«>: — | — fts: 

" | .8 1 If 



dian, waiting I 
hi. decoy bell, 
bullet to my hea 

dSSwetrUnni 






,",", !',''",', ! ,i. 

I hai killed. To 



cler. in an old" torn or di 
led and draggled open wn 

ts of dressing well, ii 



good taste which wil. gui 



Mod, I di.cov red thai I had but one charge I'""* ' ' <«>"""> V B 'if E"" "?'... 
and then, if attacked by numbers, I should be <"'<"*■ a laJ y "I'," " particular in II, 
entirely in the , | I S KSSd'E^'SSemlS 

U.'t'c'h'.rge'of powder, ""and put'inlTmy mu^ onir.xcu,e\«u?!.." »" D.UraHv'.l.. 
ket fifteen slug., and then v, a.t. J lor Hie an- '" "" 
prouehoi niglu, l--:-;,i^ ,'„,,:,, ,„„, „i :.:, .,,,,: k f , -' 1 ' 1 ' 

Night came or 
light night it u as loo. and ll.ia (a.oi.d me I L b " r,c 
■jraatly,".. I would be able to observe the | J«"'S " 
movement of the enemy as they ap Iched 

and as yet I had neither aecn or heard a sign I »" J «'" 
of the Indi.ns, when suddenly 1 was startled ! ™W 
by the barking of my dog at the stable. 1 »>>;;"■ 



fe r |°"unob«°ucred. C Judging Ir' 

direction, 1 posted myself at I 

I had previously placed m 

might climb out through the Ii 
effect her escape. Fof Invsel 
not to betaken ali.e, and 'rea. 
life dearly. 

porthole. At length 1 saw th, 
ihe .badow of the stable and 






iv by lellin, 

' "5 



all fluffy velv 



; was warm and steady, ' 



'inly; HprfnVled nt 2j eveaiaj, 
■udy; iprinkled. 



udyj cool; epriukltd. 



; |> n. cloudy and hftty. 



18 


|,,i-'i ..:, 


I'l 






l.'l.-ar, e» 


21 


M i ol 






23 


I'ailiall, 



", the bouse as quickly as I 'could. All America ! f "■ ™ l ' h ' ' "",J"T'JJ" 
'"lis now furni.ning itself by the rules which """ £"""'• llk » "■» ''"■' 



arge of powder. My 



S^/dTi HcHl^ »'oHmL*«"f 'f 

r„l,val.| lod,a . ol,ailge,l ihe ,,o.,tOll of 1 

I ' i'l'! ,!'',, " . 



ppeared. 
Althoug 



through the hilll 



'ewbo*ii-s"ri," oTVooiJa'' Fo, h 1,1! 

,',' ,','.,'" ■'iv'u'a.l'few.r than 3j,UOU pe.pl 
ployed u|ion the railway wo,k. which the 
.'eunstructiiig. [De iean Hera ld. 
G.AN.ra.-A Gerui'an .»»»<, Herr Berle, 

-,„a, has tne following eulog.um on granit. 

i,B.-l',,er«laylG,a„,re is a sy.ubol.e substance-.., in «... 



d with bodily labor. Eve 

'-'" ■•<' i" '> '"" 

necessary to keep tl 1 mil. 






Pbonovciatio'.-SI,, n,i:in 



nguished blmlelf at th. 



and, at the Restoration, he was appointed to 
a small • Mice in the Tower, barely sufflclebt 
lo afford hi.n and I is faini.y a scanty mala- 
lensnce. He was in this situation, when, a 
liltle before Ihe breaking out of the fir.t Dutch 
war, King Charles cams to th. Tower to ex- 
amine the .tale of the magazines; there tb. 
king .aw lb. good old colonel, and, although, 
a] ered in appearance and bis bale whit. 

His Majesty, call bg the bra.e oM.oldier ta 
him, embraced him very cordially, and In- 



turning to one cf l,ia atte.dants, deaired him 
to bring the colonel to him the following day, 
that be might provide more liberally for bin. 
and hia family. But abort as the time was, 



kindne.sand goodl 



irpowered him, 
■ 'king, bad left 



oaa of wheat weighing 31, 801 
"be^/^ntdaV 



S» 



, along the indifferent raad. of 
wheel.. This ia over oa. ben 



,,„„,.,, l,,,o, lo within two hundred and Uurty- 
Irf, , „i ;, ton t. each aniB.l.-t8lo^. 



THE BECENT BATTLES BEFORE Porter's co-ps comes 
WASHINGTON. j enemy are still In fr 

There has, as yet. but little been made killed and wounded; 




THE DESERET NEWS. 



[September 10, 1862. 



The MISCEII.AN lot's r.AMilllN ITEMS. 



occupied by Fed 
Bulgitionorthe 
the army by dr, 



Wednesday,..Septcmbcr 10, lW2'-^t,^Z^oii^°m^°°^°"'^t «»«^ j^wfaft'd J*m&'V. 

PROGRESS IN PAPEH MAKING. mated by thousands. 



,1 Sigel aqai 
;g'B army, si 
il took plac, 






I with cavalry and a 






I Gen. Pope fell back to Centcrvillc with their offensive pnblicati. 

s nu'sequontly joined by S er jn.l Frank- the Ululcd StateB, at II 

, witn Itieir respective corps In that fight the grand jury indicted 
corps of McT> well, Heintzelman, Porter : , ffenscs against the g. 



for although through dred. H noa 

ions of Mr. Goddard, [evening, as Btatcil 
uld be more diligen', ] brigade and a Col 



ad bridge at Bull Run, In, Rll; 
.got. Tailor's New Jersey' '"« 



ballledeld. The Blaughter waa d: 
sported, and the field w 
e.d and wounded, and v 
eft were defeated and fel 



the center) 



;ton and assumed command of t 



of the country, by 
le District Court of 



.piracy 
There 
id, and 
. grand 



scovered if propar 
K nlncky, ev ry 



off on that day, hii 
. certainly deserving of mui-h'naving been at Man. ssai, and it was Kpoi ted 1 wal ri S ht > and 'hereupon the evacuation of " 
he ha. accomplished in the that Gen. Eevall had got in Ins rear », the Ceirtervill. was commenced, and the army 

-'- "iifax Court House, near whit 1 - 



■'!• ";"- ' 

; ed |eral right, and thereupon the 



.ogresslng, if but slowly, in the right r 



no doubl 
I be Buffi 



another engage) 
, 28th, and ««.■ Stevens was killed. The c, unlet wa 
Gen Po c »""", as roporlod. The Federals held th 



made Ihe following report to Gen. Ualleck: \ Mi > but ,he " exl ia y lllc enli " arm y ",.,., i „,,i T |„ ,. „„, ,, „„ort.H .en. 

.•Manassas Junction, M p m 8 b | J t % ng '^d ',',„' L "', " k ' " <— 1 ' ' ' 1 ' «,•** 



Kay, June and July, ; 



o the latter nothing will be wanting but a ' ,.1,,,',',,,,.; lllu „'.'„. :., ,; ia ', ch oll L 

ciency of hempen or flaxen material, and « i I. Pol t. r>l icol pi and Hooki i ; Jai ., There were many ights and skirmisher 



Of fabrics produci 
thero ia but a am 



There wei 
luring 

Kappa 



growing of «»""' ".'ougn .hn,.„,,l„.„e Lap. This was was cut off from the mai 
,eglected by fc^" u7 ^'^ "via'" "SI "'"° ! ' ij; '" hi » w " »"°"= h ' : 
ere fa bill a 'back to the wist side. The for. .■» air, 
gatherer's »ich no, e de„igin,i !o -nopal M.-Dou 



^*»*'<^»J^£\?^3^'^JZ?^ 



em given but not generally heeded. g^,"™™ 
10 h»S been selecting some ol the lest r..| idl y lo at 



f«l effort, having made some twenty reams of 
Flat and Double Cap, of a very good quality, 
not BO wilite as might bo, but sufficiently 



west of C.-utoiulIc l.v McDowell aiol bige 

lat" »:" afteri n, when a seven- light lo 

I'l"' "'Inch I..,» terminated. Th- eliem 



;or-.-,: ^ 



i Cen er.ille, and I 



i Us.— Mr. John R. Yor 



prisoner., many arms and one piece of art.,- 


line, and who has had charge of its working 


On the 29th, there Mb another terrible bat- 
tle fought, of which the fol owing is Gin 


since it. opening in thia city, left last even- 
ing by the stage for Sacramento, whither he 






what we learn, Mr. Yonlz will give an eye 


"Headquart.rs, Field of Battle,! 
To Gen. Halleck: A " g ' 3 °' 18 " 2 ' ^ 


rH^rSSS'S 


We fought a terrific battle here, yesterday; 




it. Mr. Yonta u ill probably he retained in 


u"il d .f"er b d«k t 'r°"wh'ch y \ime m thl a e y ne' ! ' 11 


the Sacramento office. He leaves here with 
the entire satisfaction of th. manager, and 






pursue matters further: I shall do bo in tt.e 
oou.ae of the aiorutug as soon as F.lajohn 


courteous to the public, and will no doubt win 



nor of Kentucky, 
ng of the Legislal 
illegally airrcsted 



Le so. s of Kentucky might not b 
aws of God and of man." The 



. II F. Mitchell was c rnple ely destroyed 
• fire on Monday night. Mr. M. had been 
igaged during the day in his laboratory, and 
id extinguished all fire by live o'clock. What 



uff that will rally agaii 



San Account.— Two little bo, s, Chas. E 
Parker, aged eleven years, and Ed. Balser. 
aged eight years, were both drowned orWtfon- 



September 10, 1862.] 



tfHE DESERET NEW! 



THE WAR IN KENTUCKY. 



nee. Tbe rendezvous la euppos 



:ipal fi Ids of strife. The Coi 



for a draft of 



the late order of Col. Co 
tie tendency to keep it b 
The emigrating moveme 



Tbe people of Nevada profesB 
lovvtogct rid of the surplus popul 
bey ao much dieail; but if tbey i 



..yni|'. i- im-ht he considero 



Mlll >MlP ,„ r | COL. CONNOH'S COMMAND. 

,ls and the in- Tbe Silver J S ' »' "» 3d otates, upor 
.il'lbry wished' authurity of capt. Rowe, that his comp 
,-oiild be meted ' d llial „, c „,t. McLean, left Fort Chur. 
lo.ur.a. Those „„ Monday, 



t fight with Morgan, near Galla- \ L 
ed, "fter fighting bravely some I _ 



for Salt Lake. Maje. 
of Intantiy 
Fort. Sevei 



ants of the Territory cf Nevada, 
ng bo much has been Bald there 
-the "old flag" arid the "Consti- 



infantry, and tov 
California, will i 



or Bowling Green, where three Indiana regi- | fla; o( (he Conf „, erlle staleB with J,ff Davi8 . | ^ |B y',^^ , nd otH „ c 

° "'deta ehment of'state militia wa. attacked ^^.^^^.^^Ttii^^^ \ tillZZlJlZt'^'7' 
>y # guerrilla band, ai I per report, on theS8th, ^ g BivM Perd , li0 „ t0 hia enemies!" Lbtainlns a supply, some of i 

it Ashley, and the latter ..hough 1c most Qn ^ „ ,„, ^ „,, ; „„ | ^ J ft u ^ u 

,umcrous, got the worst of the fight and fled. | a ca „„ 0I , moun . ell „ i(a carri age,wUh a large ; worlb er w , el . 
The guerrilla Morgan was_ reported to have . ^ rf bsl|< ^ and Uie lnacriptioni „ T , ll8 ^^ of t|]e MiUrn minil(ac 



I iil,|.»ow wi h his force on the 'JT.li. 
it day, the citieB of Louisville, Cincln- 
I (Winston and all the towns along 



dk.pl.,. 



Gen. Kirby Smith 
Cumberland Gap w 

London, only Bixly u 



ni|;l.i 



HthoiiL'li "lig-r 
e crop of "dat 
luarly of the kind 



may be bo, and may not. The JJge 
,-cd lh.it C.i pi. Howe would leave Car- 
ril, afler the 3d, and come through by 
From him on hia arrival, those in'.ei " 



INDIANS SOMEWHAT TROUBLESOME. 
The Indiana in and about Cache Valley are 



By tbe advi 
tbrowingup 
m-diately c 

the enemy c 



.red to those who Tbt E „, 
aowing their poll- ll|tJ0 „ ., 
did they put their I The mai 



of the Oil. Agricultai 



en. H. P. Russell was i 
C. Philips, recording i 
ipie, corresponding eeci 



Tt::i 



-eformedhis com- 
iwed.rcBulting liki 
olory, gained bye 



! who had made the tour of the Hui 
-third of tbe people in that regi 



tllyiuj; Hi- I'.c-ine: II , outers 
d" fled towards Leningto 



Jeff Davis. If t 



The Ag4 complainB of the 



The Federal lose was stall 
end twenty-five killed and t 
Afty wounded. 



Humboldt country, or for so Um,,» 

beyond, where they will perhaps joi 
which left Ihe Humboldt minee a 



THE DESERET NEWS, 



4 ft* i * Jli*-Il ft * Is |ffirS c HS'" in vs!it 



[September 10, 1865. 



S«.i°." Won" till Peil 
ley. They have plai 



'TLI.IUl'l I'NI.I.MIINIA," m; I.I .".. ' ■ , 

MURRAIN IN NEAT CATTLE. ijj" p ," r , ,,,. „-!,., 

tFKOM the WB1 a»_»»K«»>""'0 | °" v n ;,'" ,J™ " L °o,!i!T 
TO. Jjn»r.,«pr««t «!«»»»' «'• K^ba?.,".'. 






West, wlthusat me r-" 1 '» ™'"' ; ||]ii( . ^ , in i.. I. in.-., I ' I."- ' ' " -' ! '-nn <" >""" ' -' , , , , h , , i\ r mi 1 1 ,t In.-,!,,.,-, .uili Ins ndife host, a servant 

Ji'ea laMae'slicl e | I 't «""'»" "wi'.'ho.'ld .ur'..!^ ami' ■ • „',! "- ,i finding tbe'"black- 

laml Stales, to a certain eatent check, d il,.- " " /•''-'•' '',■',.,. I ,'„' ,'n I ,.,.,... '.i... ' I- -.iri.risr.l if very la ge cops sh.ui'ri be s , ill.'- of the fn-cJ,,; nay l.i . ....laming 

•yll, and thoexietanre or tlio disease at other |^tbcl,lori!,e Vlai Hoi .'■""> .. n.'i nil. isid next year in tbat locality.- [Cool, a >v ,, I, ml. ,., ,j I.,. ,,, v in, sily imagined. 

Lave been bought, tboueh frequently recoil- j"_' "[','',', Vn!.' ,i, ',',.', V,' an "n'-,'l' V.'.' ' ; .' 1J i ''In,, ■:'. „"ln _!! ' jaflerwa.d desciib (i to bim tbe incident oftba 

-I "'. ''■ ','■'" 'T'l'e'd', '■."■."'. \ >>' ■'■ l! .■■,.-. I-. f .■ :..i-=- M,.- , t .0 „,. p„ ,,„„ M m.,. 1,-4 Wf | " ' " '' — — 



!...,.....;,..i' 



RIPENING PEAR 



but by putting 

until they aro r u[ , ,i , n. , I... ■■■ . ' n ■ n u . .... ; , , ,. \i - .,:: .i.-i -■ n inn'in 

tu.ivl.e slaughtered-, the flesh will be g 1 ,„.,,, „„,,, |„,„|,| l„. ,,. ledno.n the nee.. 

dun-,-, o.M.ll.,- . , |.,rli. n.lr.l I,, i.ilin iiin.l., ,,,,,,,, aeanons, some pre rrte.l in. .n 

aflorthebariil.nd.lllllhatebeenlboii.iiKli'i I,,,,, 1 ,. .,,., „,„„ ',,, tbe ti. ■■■... 

tjn,e.' W W. Q .«w the disease.-,,,, -i.-"! n. p.'','',".',;.";,"",,''..",,', '.'.!. ','■' 1 u " 1 1'. ■, .'.. I \ 

Massachusetts, and veer, fullv eonvim -d ,.f '„, N „ ,,, ,,-, r i.,„„,..i in .1 .,.., m . ■.,!:.:. 

Il» Internal; contagious nature. lhe l.nt „„„ , „,„, ,,,,, ,„..,,„ were belter when si 



single ease wuare ine J^'^e 1 "" J™ ^ , S-ckcl, none of tl] 

f Blr.'cben.ry'.berJ ul.nb n.iiv.J s Mm'the" l" "»"",' 

ii'.ii.i , ,,.: in i .- -Hi ' i- ni,.-,-ih I- linn ,„,,.,. bvi-vanornl 

ow through .everal others b; which the J from „f„ ,„' e be , 



;„:..:;, ,;,.:" r :;,";:';;,^;',;:::;.';:i-; ii i 1 -';: .::';: 



rvbat ia it you ccmpla 



;-,?;!;", 



aend operations. Tbe creditors were called 

u.ent was made of ibe ci cninstances which 
M to th. ■topping of payu. lit. Aa may b. 
nipjo.ed, til. i., in / vi. > grave one, 

, ' ' ' ' i pi'i].'ib y 'enough. The 

l.l'i'c'l ,i it'wl 1 li'l "mi.,, m'o'od" 1 could 

no't'belp S j! "a? '[/ f};f y0 „ " y . o E e r ; 

of liie frairic, eailfd out — "Slo ped payment t 



II vt - i-.hn J. Arnold, 



of tbt 2.1 other yokes, not a B in s lc one of 
Hiem ill being found wliicb, did not giro thi 

""""'."Brooklyn, N. Y. 



nfocted, or to keep iucb a fa< 



in .- ri; [.< ) ■>; tm b 'W*: nr-m J ihi.' g nl - ' > 

r itkt»' Spiritoflht Timet, by Louis Brand 

l.< i ii.i;.u'> lui<;ou[i, iv u I'm.l Uit fo'l-... ui|; 'li 

| ! e P rVa7iU". h dVnowle d dVe7ftbe'di.e°a"I.!" 



].",;,',, '.'..i'ViniiT.' "ii'rile'Du-'lii..'.. ir: 



[vvorking"^™"' _"' , L! , ! a l"!" ° 

PRESERVING 1'Rl'IT. 



f.°rtl'lo°She a ,s e |l,e ) 'r 

■'=', a7.■,^b-e l ,a?.er, V f., l a ny ^ ^eSbe 

Grnin, l.r.in, chair, incal, .haviu.s 
!&c . have all been used wiihuioreoi 



Patrick, bnghleningu 



The I ,lv la, nl. ,1, but the hn.band pard-i 



pride and aolace of biadeelining years. Bheri- 

dan grew warm, and expatiatins on tbe folly 

TVu°''if*you''inarr'y X Car°ini Chandler, I'll 



is., thai only a I, „, r ,,.,.,,, ai „, 

presence, lhe allJ „., ,, ilie |J( , 



ingb, gen.rall; wit 



' I l " ' 



Ll 1 *\ la' "tl'of tim 

feverieh" "rnotio*",'' fr^.n?°cV."g;. a in"?h" I J 1 , ',' ' ]' S e "VeV Ti 



"2. Intbeeeconil period, tbe appear- 
are: a feverish a miction of the vibole bo, 



l-[Gertnai,loo. ,, l-l,g,. 

j a..™..!;,,;:, 

'l '",,'■ ,7i' NC be rl Lc l i l ir 1 i , |" "v 
a """ d , S bydrawung'out"t 



nillionBon mil] ons,» said I 



in (I liihl ,,. ....,,.),-< > 

"About rorly mill. .1 II 

■Tony millions you Ibink, 

,'ll'be a a.'.ri'na'plec P e!°''H«! 



of ibe G.een Mountain State for a bunt, t .lei 
them tryt eir dogs (three ralher poweifu 
creatures) upon hi, pet, be (lhe bear) to b. 

1- ■■[■'. n!i- i .f. I to -a iiosl )>y ^ CO in a' out ! \v\\< 



•.,':>..! 



I.' " ' i- '| K , V. >' I! n'rTeiitucky' 1 

.°etu"n"d"LTtCboo" a "dVb. C 'h™a,la,,'i [[', f/n ',' i"","', '" ' -' ""'"' '"" ■'" ; ' 10 "" ll '"*' * "" °° '" "' 



"-- xll.onghi e .lying anil the 

lyn.aii.i n learning t'e fact, bnsti ned 



,',■', cupidity' ,Ml 



Tkash or Asuv Ciiupiaius.-A Phil 






lit»sabdrgain.»-[En;;li s bpa] 



waja toolt a bottle of Rin out with bim for 



, hall-sbapcd, painful 
affected lung appeari 



■tl.noving that be 

d 'months longer io 

Could Hav7 



..■■.. ,'■' ,! i.'.in.' 1 ) ! i ' ;..' .I.'. v'''„,m''g! , 

|" " ion c , ,i„-.v. ,i, tbi.r suit, 

T L i's y aTeo'*a'''p'fev°cnli'v > e i 'of "ou'wanVii 



*HB DBSERET NEWS, 



Ocnerol Notices. 

W. F. ANDERSON, M.D., 






©entrcil Notices. 






r;.;:: 



NOTICE TO THE TAXPAYERS « 






(General Notices. 






GEORGE BONELLI, 19th Ward. 



JUST RETURKEOJFROM TOE EAST 

W. S. GODBE. 



CITY POTTERY. 



ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 



H. L. RAYMOND 



E. J. P. PASCOE, S ~^ — 






20th WARD WEAVING EACTORY 






LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS 



p cwr.-.t im i.v .i. luk. bU trL*ni», and th. public 



REMOVAL OF 
fffff _ 

JOHN LARSEN, 



NOTICE. -CAUTION. 






C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

m 

LOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



This Day Received, 

PER MULE TEAMS 

FROM CALIFORNIA., 



£~ i STAPLE MEJiCUAIVDIZE 

«..,!, !.,„«„.« b,»b,«b I, ln.««,. 

ss;iS|s::,:^::,rri wm. jennings. 



HAND IN HAND 

IB & \K I a % 

m CREAH SALOON, 

ICE CREAM SALOON, 

DINING ROOMS, 

LIGHT BREJD, BVNS, CRACKERS, 
Is'-, 4'- 

Iced Soda-Water and Lemonade. 



FIFTEENTH WARD TIN SHOP, 
CHARLES"!?. JONES, 



NOTICE. 

SCHOOL TO PREPARE BOYS FOR ME. 

CHANICAL BUSINESSES, Uc , 

To Comm nee 13**1 S t ptembcr. 

E. L. T. HARRISON, Teacher, 



General Notices. 



GREAT INDUCEMENTS 

CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL &~LAWRENCB 

MERCHANDIZE, 
LOW f R r C E s. 



MERCHANDISE, 



Groceries, Hardware, Prints, SHeetings, 

Bine Drills, Tickings, Hickories, 

Denims, Flannels, etc., 



WM. HOWARD, 

DISTILLER, 
COUNTY ROAD, BIG COTTONWOOD, 






BOTANIC MEDICINES 

>-VU WRITE^ANDJRNAMENTAL 
SEVENTEENTH WJ1RD. 



UNITED STATES 
CAIL jNgjJi STAGI 



L. I. SMITH, PllOPHIBTOR, 



ir\. 



«£*>... a. uou,,"'' *»■-» 



Dr. J. L. DUNYON 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 



«, ». I, Ollijir*. i v»*. 



THE DESERET KfiWS. 



: eog^mWf)]:'ii^ 



1'ROGRESSOF PRESIDENT 


YOUNG AND 


COMPANY. 






Nephi, Joan Cocntt, 

Tbur«d»v Morning, &p -1, 


1862. > 


EmToa II. •.,,., , News: 












in .ill II nds 1. 1 n|. Zi 






lu'lhrrnnre ,,f ll.e cause of 1 




*?x. 






































V left G. S. L. 






,.l II... 












. TLi 


E"d y iE l i?l„ p r» c t' , .i'!:'vi!'. , i'! l '".-v 






■ably I 










opening prayer, »fh . uhn 1, 


ii,,. r, 


anient 



";','"' ',;:' "'.t 1 '","', 'V,'.'.,'",', 



Ntto ^bucrtisenunts. 



n nk f 

I ran a|.,«.i 



P P. I Z 3 

STPA.-WB3P.P.T PiANTS. 

WILSON'S SEEDLING, $3,00 per 100, 

VICOMTESSE, $3,00 per 100, very fine an.] 

°,"| MAGNATE, $3,00 per 100, large, food 

r,4 VICTORIA, $5,00 per 100, tAKOE 
to all, grown to an ounce, excellent, late. 

"■ kino's' they are all quitc'hardy" 1 "'"' 

UJ i HooitEa's Seedling, $2,00 per 100, of good 

P ? T. W. ELLERBECK 



;,,,,, ,..,,■ .' As I .mi a ,,.i,ii p.eaehr,, I i,„. 



ti*e.r J e r in° nn j'.,rV, '.l! '.',", i,.', ,1",,!!:' „',uT ,'.7' ',",'! I,,"',,,," i.'.'Vl,,'' ,',' a', ,'a»o,"'l',l' .,',n,,,!n'i' 'TTe 



degree .if I'.i'n E:.i.-i' i. T. i:..,.'h !„,"lhsi', r 

Ralegh an.l )•„,„ r,„r,-.po dent followed 

Elder G hoi gc" G.adda, d'pron u'need* be'cfosT.n: 
benediction. Our r„a r „,„, „.,,, „..,l „,r.. r - 
talne.l and kindly .rraleil by the good breth- 

la»ada» morning"! wore'up and otf by 



Yet in tbe way of adding to our email atori 
of comforte, much depends upon 



S n ringnlleallin hs',1,-1 I. , I i.s. g,a nari.-a, clc, b« provide 
Cable,, who was sad then what may be grown, may be .,„ 
Ihe tic-doloreanx. an. I p,.,ec a bles-mg, ,f properly used. 



Xal for Ihe pe pie to come together, to mulatc flocks an.l he, J, to perish, unsheltered 
:b the peopl kly lesp,,,,,!,.,!, a,,.|..,, ;„l ,,,,,,1 ,, ,„,,„„,. ,,„, , ,,,, ,„„],,„ 

1 ' In.,,. , was filled, andjandcou.hu I , t he p,,„h,ro. ,,„>', 



WOOD WANTED. 




T'to^SiiK.'Xt 










■0 2 JOB. 


TAYLOR. 


TOR SALE, 




T w SJSiSiS!\SSSSSS , JS- 






c| le,«„. .1 THOMAS OUTTAM, 16.h VJ 


...,, ,. M. 


























0" 4«w '"''<• i','.'"'", * v™ '"'";, 














11-2 II.HTird,!U«Un,l«l 





Lorenro Sin 

,'!„,',u ; !,'.',f'.'. 



u ontuooMilfita The number of patcbeB upon a gam 

! i.'y'n",',',' '"l'.']','n "\"i ,!""a7„','"\ ".'"■""'km' "', '"""' 

8 of the Later ' ' "" ' ' ' ' ' " 

Prcst. Brigbara Young 



laceMit'tfuir^ 

""' " '"rio'i-"^"'!'!!'""!:'!,'™ ,j3 - — 



[September 10, 1882, 

LOST, 



HOME! SWEET HOME! 



MATCH FACTORY, 

MAIN STREET, G. S. L. CITY. 



FINDLAY & MARTIN. 



Messrs. SAVAGE & OTTINGEE 



PHOTOGRAPHS, PLAIN AND COLORED, 
1VORYTYPES, CARTES DE VISITE, 

AMBRO TYPES, MELAINOTYPES, 

CRAYON AND SOLAR PICTURES, 

PORTRAITS IN OIL, WATER COLOR*, 

AND INDIA INK. 



';' " > '■•'■' •< lehaid 

lly and economic Hh, th 



ugly. 



( I believe I, his. who talk Mj 

br. Abel 1 

Ibmien S,„ 



ng through Summit Cr,< 



TAKE PAETICULAK H0TICE. 



'ok r ber°ore°fe C ed°ng.'" 






£";ff*''" 1 ^"'tbe b«ud,D r g »B"!f'.. b f';ri l ° i,!", ,r , iie.'c '""„"",' !; 

im&ltot was held last evening at 7 o>- What"".' 'worih doing' 
Clock, ... w„,ch /a re.ider,t ( Yo„„ E .preached ',„ t ,,'^l *S 



■ur garde, 



ATTENTION ALL. 



UNITED STATES INTERNAL 



»« ii,, rapid pmgres s „, ,,',.. ..'. ", r, ",'.;,',',"', ;;,* „',! i i ", , ,'! , | 1 ', , ! : ; ;;;;■; 'i,'"! ,;;'".'.'"'."'/ ,'"', c '" do u n " x ">•'»'» war!,™?.! »",,„,„,, „.,„ 
»«<«j t ^l^' M " ,: ■■' "•"■■ |ii " <'••■"- hi- I... i ■!.'. .,. „,.i ';,„:,;; ;;.,': ,., ,.Z'.'.', : ' '■,,.■.,:.". ", •■,:-, ■ ™*° ""»•"■"« °»»™ 

n'L'd'lu'e'mee't'ing"' "' ' " 1 * , ' <>r d ' 3 ' I ! K T ''",." .'.'"I i"..' ''.," ■,'." ' '" '" L, > "I"" 1 " v .' . ,"'..' ", ''.'V, ':',", ','.. t ,','.. .''"J:!'."' 1 ."""'"''-'' ' 



IMP0ETAUT ANK0UM0EMENT! 



ing evorything c ,,' ill ''ol '|V ,",,., '',','„" ," '[ 
w«fb."i. k c»olIn^,T,aTa l n, S 'th ."'"! i'" "''' " ■''"" " '' ' ; ' ''"'''■' 

bKm'toVoundVa'lcy Say' " ^""'ifS.'el.'ir.u,:"' a';' , ;,', , , , | |, ;',',u ',', [',',"■, ,' , ""' ',7" T"" Werlber d„n, ^T7„ c . cast „„, 
Cn.'u°a'ni' < ""' a '" 1 '"' ' ° ? ' "' " '" "'" : "> ' i >' r , ,'' '"' "' "" " L >r ''" J , o's.'i -"'.': 



,ai«i,"lm limcc 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



. K - 4 . II D L:33?.Ti; 



NO. 12. GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 


1862. VOL. III. 


I certainly feel it a privilege to listen to 
|„g. 1 teel that w- are ., l.ivored people; 
",ou- rf'Vut upon us day' by day™ ^abbath 

The'pMii.'iples oi ,11. irligioi, e>,„i™ an in- 
fluence ov 1 Hi" "Ml,,!, of li.r people will ll 1 

"hat "h'a'v'e luo-vlit ll.cn, here and" that arc 

in regard to theuiselyee and poi-eiry, their 
"a've k - ,«!' them to'tlke the c^Tthr^ate 
UcToTo^beho'ld "Think of'V coinmTi'yTf 

an7rig*S»'we^ 

fe.latn, on ii.li. eael. o'her, in their punlic 

instineiioiisand in iln-n daily walk and c n- 

!ll i rv.'7l';xaiMI,ehuma',,'fi°ilVand' 1 slrivmg 
to walk sin and ini piity under their feet. The 
consideration or this ^ Bubject caules very 

through my mi d. When I look upon this 

|„.„pV .„„!c„ii^id.r:l.e..ulij..el ol 111. i, pies lit 

In'this 'l'!.bt. 1 e'.r'iii Hi .'''li'. Ii'.'ln'if'ai'i.l 
desire W.lll the great majnn.y is lo ha e 
righteousness prevail; ai.d I know that this 

globe. As-was remarked last Sunday by br. 
Taylor, it sin and in quit, bear sway, al- 

itemof essential dojt.i ilie, and occasionally, 
a tew good men who seek lo Bustain good 

principles toexalli, Hue 1 Inch, yet these 

-!dh'.",n^tl, ; ', C -' "1 -.'Ah .''.'n'o-'e,-',". nur^'ani 
""•TueteiB no power but that of the Almighty 

the people, nt from the .nations and placing 

lite-evil. Tnli is our situation, and how do" 
favors? Sli.uld we -ink int., «ii^ ml iiu,|iiily, 

p"lnciplea which lead to exaltatio ?' We 
midst'. What is our p'r'.yer? Is it not thai 

departures from tin ,e principles nt rishl? 
Men swayed this way and the other by the 
influence of evil, just as br. Cumniings eai.l. 

ilTnen' lb. '.dViVi'i ," ill ,'!s,,.,,"lsl,a" 

see the ndivid n i 1 

finally we' Bee him slray 'fiom "the'To'd" of 
Christ. 

This is the way with Borne ot our young 
men who have been brought up by good, pious 
and rgheous^ parents; and it is also to 

fhat°kind oMnali Mcrilil?il' l wilF" eari 'the" 
..ffspriug to the commission of crime. But I 
apprehend lh.it when a child comes to ma- 
turity he will nave to stand and act upon his 

for himself, and in 1 bait caae the responsibility 
How often' > do' we see clTl,l,'e,,follow e ing a in°he 

llu.trlou. we naturally exp'e^haMhfchij- 

liren will follow in that p-ith, hut if parenls 
learn their children lo do thai which is not 


i.e.ip'le no 'not consider/' " I'.ire",ii'a do in.'t rim- 

Children are continually watching, ami' Hi y 
inn'. Ttien how ci'ienni.pa.t , w ear',-. 

tlieu, principles or honor, teach them to avoid 

dain upon tho.e little piccadilloea and little 
nasty tricks that aie sometimes indulge 

Ill 1 e 1 1 1 
s'lVerswh'., h.ne . o'ne from",?, II •','.'• hl"|..l li'ol 

Ihe ,,i,,t Ot lb- anspal. h.l We I'll, a had ||, 

to do so lo '? Has no! ihe gospel pl.ic.l ilnin 

EE.=hrfi;;r;£;H j ;H;'.e!i;:'P! 

ami. «a it were, rnM.hMi under Toot of men, 

ovEHve 'Era'S Mx^iFi^i'iz' 

do not attempt lo d.ag ihe'se evil praclice. 
with them into the kingdom ot God. I tell 
you the kir.gdo n of God will do you but little 

„B, nor permit ourselves ,„ ,ia„su,|," anv "1 

end holy exiinpl-s. 1 speak . f these things 
with a view lo have Ihe same remarks apply 
to all ihe evil influences with which the devil 
has afflicted Ibe world. I am aware that 

l,v lit. 1 sr kind of prac- 
of overcoming those things, and have been 

evils which prevail with the real of the 

Let'lhat father who ten.la bis child to feed 
his hor.e in his neighbor's pasture over nigh 

him? It would; ar.d it would frame In. mind 
lot it. sp... li ■■ opon his ,, igbbor -when ever 

MaiiB the in e'. ind pendent beta; upon 




• !«' h'i'g. i'll mik'lh', 'nT"' 'tar' great.,- work 
wear' d'.dn" 'i.',.\iho,,7 i.h,7" e '" "'"""' ""' 

been prol,f,°'"l' bieTsmg' the i'".'^''.'.^. 1,'i. 
p. ople came lo Ihis country. Wlnitb.ve 11.. 
eeivants of God done sinre they came heieV 
Ihe lint thing was lodedicale the earth, the 

..'|.on'rhVp'..!.p'i.!,''am°7hroi^ , !r«'bl«,.™ )! a cI 
high heaven, Ihe earlh has brought loith to 

ing'. In endeavor ng lo bring from the clc- 

"', '"ii'i '.','!",V I'lTiT'e' i'"' " r *" P|, ° I? ' 

, 1|; "" ""')' ""' »'»■« l »'i,lk of Ihela.i 

days, that Ihey are exerting themselves to 
build up a city and a kingdom wherein slisll 
dwell iighleoiisniBS, to the deliance of Ibe 
devil and his hosts. What a glor one sight it 

si nt one niigh'i and im In , ,1. -i pb.l.ms ,,m net 
1 ,e wickedness nt the world. If this were lb . 

!,' h', mi".'.! 1 i.nil e.i ' !., !■'■' 1." ',':''"No,"they a would 
Bay cone on, let lie suige, ot uppnsilion loll 

l'..,.l 'in ','„'. id a...' hea'll ..,,,1 1 In' ...ll'il! ''vii,..'- 

is ihcic that this people could no- aceomplith 

aVd^aiVinl'shouXA^ 

that are placed lo guide and dicta e in Ibe 
kingdom of God? There i, nolhing but ubii 

tour privilege, and it is also Ihc pi.'ulere ..r 
all the Litter Day Saints to be united it, rii i-g 

still the people might do more towards concen- 
trating their energies for the welfare of Israel. 
There are a great many mean litis a. Is 

heJi'ii ,ua"w will" .'an' salve:.. "and see that' nun. 
of these IhuigH are tin. ed to our boeoin. 

liio. Coiiimiiigsdoes not pieleud to train up 

den paths of which I have been speaking, 

°h'ose 'tl ings that aie wrong But Ills 'time 
must come that righteoesne, .i.-.oil. „ 

future, and in r.ict wilhout it we have nolhirg 
that is any better than that which Is po.se.- 
sed by anybody els", aid we lad belt.rhav. 

come here for Buch a purpose. All t o.owho 
reel like continuing in this way had a great 
deal better be somewbeie else ttuving to in. 

ivdnea inch evil pra.Hc a as 'hey 1 : i , 
brought from the old world. A gsp.l or eel- 
vatiou would reform every eon sun d ingl/ei or 

guspel is redeeming in its qualities; it is en- 

inii'i'ibe | ..Hi which leads to destruction, aid 
,, ilk continually in the p.itb ot life. 1 truly 

a" of "hc'cUss who are elrivinpVao riglili'I 

aVilus° U wilh a'l *be" L *uliiea which 1 c'ai°h t 
fellowship and which, m connection wliii 

upon the .ai'ili, and Ictus try to get rid v.: 

!hr°os b H S ns t tas"a\ C w='Ya y n'°nd't' P i'o V i"'' 

'lo U "c,eaB P e e °i P n e ilio "o4iar%eiorte|blie^LU 

"I'l'ui'e'pr'mci'plee .,? ,„';,','i''e"«"c'a'use' IlnVtw 
hate iiiniiiiiy and love righteousness. TL. 

clVreJoymte^ 

bring th™ "back l/vvheie they CWj>«» »« 

Cb Ctrad. a .nd l ev g e',°y' J one exercise Ihel, liflu- 

'r. , '|'.' ! inc , ,'p|.7'up!,u''ii.'e''', , !.'rti." y Kelig.on'l. 

scope of thoss holy influencea that do predomi- 
nate and prevail in 1', e inula', nt ll.n. p'opl. . 
... 1 do lot let us inn hero ind theie stti, 

In be blest hy t!,...e t i . .bniiiiatine pnnelph. 
ant InautoceB wh «U the Lord ha. piace-l ttere. 



TnE DESKKET NEWS. 



[September 17, 1862. 













scriplion universal, as the large Increa 


places. Men may go. away fro re when 


are wanted to accomplish a cerl.iin purpose, 




• ndthcy can retain. In- spirlt,,l 1 hr Ahnighly, 
but when they go w. I heir,- .- ■»'. "' "" " 


and should such an exigency arise every 




hat their tee- will not slip; they have not the 




alth 0( tto people 1 - help lln-in; angels 










GREELEY S GRIEVANCES. 


V -F-n: n,,i- oiily go 1" S.lrn.ili r.i--i 

','itl..'',,'r 11," lenv.-i, .,1' li'-.- 1,-n . II,- y r,-r„r'n 


ofPlumbTwM'^clura'r.^'ed^n^w 



THAT CRICKET MATCH. 



Friday week on Union Strut 
11 entertainment of a large 
ora, who assembled to wi 






do lit, y rr.eet i-io-v here else for any good pur- 

u.clees folly, wa.'tliij their" time till Inch 
money Is go le, and then they have nothing It 
do hul l„ gn book and git more. They go am 
peruana get a leas aim, 11, an Ihey dhl'the lira 
time, but no matter whether they do or no' 
Ihey are never conlrnled. This has b.-eu my 

-■■lei lh" ,-,m I.,-.,, I,.,h, in which I can view 

Birch cases and apeak of them. This course 

fies lh,- veiling man from making a good, hum- 
ble, faitilful follower of Jesus; it disqualifies 
him from becoming a Saint of 
This is my experience, you 
nubi-cl with your own eyes. 
There are noil.- ,-, ,,„„,„,,, 







the! 


''"'FreST 1 . 


drop of blood on inv h. ,;,.[.- - 
llenmark. 


















it down to my p u li-re. s„,g 


, exhibits 


lh 






go'lwn" 


by five 


1 Mozart. 


oyaolacement and delight— 


POI.ITAN. 






-.A dying man 


can do nothing easy— Frank- 


»•»*•»■ 






,„J Let not poor 
7 l Let me die tc 


Nely starve— Charles II. 


. Cooper, 






the sound of delicious inuaic. 



lou?'il«c- ""^ H°dge'r°'a. McEwan, 
""atiHyour' EJwart s't"e'ph"',."b"i'. Marge 

""' ,!,r, l' | v L„!,f4TOuS. 



I High. 



=£KS€S^™ | SfflsS 


7;c.ie o s';:,v, 


1 i 1 i 11 1 | re eroi 






laws, 1,1, ,ai ,-,,,|,h.,i,crilly do we demand 


U /.wing. 




, b. P. Marge 


embody the present will :-i, 1 l„ he li.-al-,l by Win. Or.lrdge 


McEwan, 



- some good 

rade. I tell : pa'tin 
m that I have no counsel of that kind to We 
e, neither have 1 heard the President give ' Buffer 
h counsel to any one. If I want to go out i ■ 
the road to trade, laking butler and eggs 



at they are binding on all func- George Barton 
citizens, and that they are to be James H irrocl 
letter llirriaon Sine, 

.u are strangely and disastrously Arthur Stayne 
discharge of your official and 



ad you, air, in your niam-mol a..,.!,,-... ,, un- Thomas ,[.-ss,ip, c. Woo ', 
t.kihl, gn nriol I II 

.............mi.,.,^,,,,.,,.^! „on already comii-e,,.,, ' , bi ,- ,-.td IV.. Cooper, run out, 

that I could be preserved. I should doubtless ,,,, and vul eil-rls to , en,- be fiiio,. ,,„.! Henri McEwan, b. Wood, 

feel it to bo a great burden, and as for seek- enforce the laws Bhould be resisted by armed H. E. Bowring, b. Wood, 

lag for such an opportunity it would be far force, you would recogiiiae no lo-,al person as I'- Margetts, b. Hedger, 
from me, for I certainly would not wish to g.. lb Hedger, 

askcTme'aDout ?t* a"d b ' C " 1 '° mi " y b * V " '' " mJ a ' ' ' per, c. Kas'h, 

told'thcru that", h.'u'-' i',',', so, l,"c!,'„i,"!-l"lo Bivs y . , Itrte lb." shackles" f om "the'slav-wof "very ' " """ "'liyes" 

ItisablesBingto livs in euch a community traitor, llu- unl'liv Ill,,- cautious would Wide* 

aBthls.and I feel 11, „ ,, . ,„ ,„,i ,,,!.. ,,„ ,,,,, |,,,,,. been Bupplied 

this influence. This fee'n'n™ is^ua't^as'led j ™ We "conTluainTha. rue ,-,„ 

my mi -1 in this way, and I pray God to help which i .proved i. holulo.ill 

■ is to Bland upon tins platform where ween by your generals, and that no w 

be preserved Iron, Ihe influences ul w,,k.-l, I--, ih.-i.i Ir you his yet reach 

un.l keep ourselves so that we cannot be I.J ,.,,. IV in. m's proclamation 

win-l --! .'oe-in -an, pie that comes along, annulled by you; while Halleck 

""" r,uou » '"" '""•• ■■■'• ■ '"■ 



powerful iiidu 
disr'/g" 



, my dear.— Dr. John 



EMIGRATION REPORT.. 



for and arrived at New York, 
J | The ship Hutr-bolt, Capi, H. D. Boysen, 
J sailed fr, m Hatnb ,rg, April 'J, with a com- 
° pany in charge of H. C. Hansen. 

Ho- ship l-'ianMin, l-.ij.t. Robert Murray, 

— failed from Hamburg, rip il I ,, with a corn- 
31 pa„v in charge of C A. Madsen. 

The ship Lie-trie. Cat II. C. Johannes- 
Ben, sailed from Hamburg, April 18. with a 
<"»" company in charge of S. ChriBtoffersen. 

-*l The Bbip Alliens, Capt 1). Shelling, sailed 

* from Hamburg, April 25, wilh a con, pany in 
2 ch.rgeofO. ».'. I.,' je,,-,uial 

™ : The above four ships contained 155C cml- 

°| TheBhip J bn J. Boyd, Capt. J. H. Tho- 

! 1 of I"! ,,i I r II s.' J „'. 

„ Theel,, i Jj j.Trask, 

«-"!--! f 1 -'-il Ma, -, v.nh a - i„,.,i„> 

I! "i ' ■ ■-.- - ' 

.-. I'll- slni Willi un I'.ij .---,-. Car i .1 11 11-11, 

* I ■ailed from Liverpool, May 14, with a com- 

* , pany of 80S in charge of William Gib on. 

— I The ship Wio-ler,,,-,-. Ca,,|. Brown, sailed 



JEFF DAVIS' MESSAGE. 
Message of .Ieilr7avia to the Cc 



,rging the people 
he power of th.ii 



irgymen, were 



iromptly , ,y m . Cooper, b. Wood, 
o. 3, for- I He„ r y McEwan, b. J. H, 
rebels to I «„... L„(r „ot out. 

Wide, 



ippear l„ have been conceived 
of slavery rather than of 



I'.iH of .New Vo k. Tney 'ranslal-l hlin IP.. 

On his retur'n to an English neighbor- 
aianew acquaintances dscoveredtha 



v". , ,: 



f,,,,,.-,,-, — Mr. R. B. Margctta and Mr. H. 
A. Spiires. 
Scorers.— Mr. P. Lynch and Mr. John M. 



ipper in the Valley H im 
here everything was pi 
aining hours of the da 



rlhuting largely to the finishing of 
DYING WORDS OF NOTED PERSOI, 



Walter Ralei h. 

- Kus me, Hardy.— Lord Nelson. 
Don't give up the ship.-Lawrer 





my dear ' 


riend, r 


die.- 


-Give Dayro 




chair.— Lo 


d Chea 










II, V lo 














Let the light en 


r.— Goethe 






—All my pos 
























ath?— C 


















and lib 


erty.- 


Mad le S 


ael. 




Into thy ha 




O Lo d— T 





i.)-AnnBoleyn. v ' ' 

pl ay you, see me safe up, and for com! 

L per mouth and no money bounty. |seali.'js ; | — Six 1 EuuOuli . oLo/e. " ° 






kly to warm them up. To 

every night before going to bed, taking ihe 
precaution to dry them before the fire most 
thoroughly before retiring; this, besideB keep- 

i„il Ihe f.-.-l clean, preserves a natural soft. 



" "■ •■••'■'■■ h !»- kepi .!;.-. ,o - I a i -.- 

atly horrific 



on the fifth floor, 



and a clipper-ship is on its way to Lima 
,-ed to Jam] the fust five hundred by next 



September 17, 18G2.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



NOTES AND INCIDENTS OF AN EX. 






re- ilhe eastern boundary of tbe valley. Too. 
Id- 'right is tile Virgen ditch or canal befoi 
even spoken of, and not far from under us S 
m» George's tunnel. This ditch has been dug i 
iuc ! an expense ,.f about ¥ S.oon, I .it proved to 1 

■be Tbenc'e down and up hill four miles 

n,.l Washington, the county scat. This place 
up Bituated on a low, marshy piece of groun 






"SrTnd-sta, 



ztjxu 



u"iyov,i)!, J.uii-s I'liilrtiis P. Jones, who 

carry us tlirou_-li ami l-.aclr, ami two patriar- On, over a high bench, good road, eight 

I ^ ' COTTONWOOD, 

""■' " ' ' I 1 hi hem growing 

■"'J-' b.vn.ition. • Ibotter and fiercer aim, ban:,,, .1 rla:.,, 

Leauug I!,-. pi, astii.t little Swisa town of ami wa3 onlv aggravated bv the water at St 

pas"sf„g ',".* St. GeorW'Vrms 'on tlr'c ' cTar'a : fZ'^^^Jt 'S 1?* !ta 

1 "-* ' ' 1 J] "li again" 'over rocky road, that needs 

'■■■■■■ ! — ""ng, six milea to 



pile] 



egion, is abundance of scrubby cedar, fui 

mini,: supplies of itis> vv.j.mI, el.;., for Toipiet 

f these sand ridge's, Pbiletus P. suggest 

„c!3H c aluESh^ 3S 

i<> - ilif. Mi. l.j i[,o itinmiiii, w\ )1- U- ,.,,.■ 
Mind. Tlie ami being but little past meridia 



(ind it ia determined by the moat accurate 

thil g fltiJ dd *' ta t? 5 * a e " " gain how 

.his crop of grass 'is sold (and counted cheap 

it thai |,rir, ) for fifty cents per square rod 
eich cutting. N.. w , Arithmetic, do your duty. 

1 ro.l in ;>,.,.., one .icrr, IM) rods, one cutting, 

';' "" "'-' J "> - < "m'V.'lhofertile's'out" 

v'il'c',!piv7i''"i'i' a,1, ° ut ""y 'ho poorest 

ma.l'e lo vi.-l.tv ' Cotton crop here ia'about an 
average „f the county. 

Leaving To ,ucrv , you pass the farms of 



I Ins piece o( land Una 

^reK'ih'e'lril^ownero, 
t to it, which is not more 

I you descend a steep, rocky 



Si:!lS°: 



s crossing at rigid tic ; ami loll..,, 

e course of the hoi s rat ,.i la .,!,, 

.hapc a i, Sail Like I'll,'; 

at- II. 

: Spun", T.lbins ullice '.il.- I 

lively, E. Sao,, 'a ami u. putt's r.'si 



lib a sort of etagn; 
The moiiiilains, „ 

nyo'n'of thcVir°gei 



c| l || | l ' r |' , m'VtoWt, ll 'HO,^!l '"ll'n 

ente.iy 'iTi'lin, ,ea"„„ '["'have 'been 
ami was , ante. jae.it!> al.andi.ofil. 
fected the whole place 

|h'hav^bee^gradually 

vcr.' and proceed some- 



s 


. i,i,„ i. . 


Pill 


o„n!',"u 


» 


he city, for a 
ill', u.crpoi 
t.-t placs, 

ItgLlim; the ■ 

tml'.'e, 1 'im'' 


Kei 
s',°gi 


'ai'ih'.t'a'y 



arced, lint the ponded manner of James and 
tie obstinacy of croppy, who sturdily refused 
n go nihil his load was lighter, left no alter- 
ative. Taking "a little someth ng,» we 
cok the cut oil; but that walk over the 
"'"-hint; nude, in.ler a hurtling snn, why 
eed rehearse it; the memory of p is burned 

/r Ja','„ r e.°°mi, a 'ed''' ',t at tho ji'inefion, sap-' 

ike thai thr™anilMoV°a'n"on"oot. Nothing 

'j 3 epiracy between James and croppy to puniBh 

'iJTarcu' 6 "' POi " lB " a " d "sp«d" ot said patri- 

However, arriving here we are refreshed 

with a good cool bath, go d water and some- 

world, an? especially Philetus, who has, in 



way. Many of the gardei 

a.f.vcl ;,_, the miiieia „ In. I. 



either side of the river. Those on tho 

(or here oi, the ro ,d) side ar. grown to weeds 

and th-ro is a prospect of but little crop. On 

ll'l~ and a lull mile, 'of ,,' said,'' 



a nine settlement or six or eight ramilles. 

The Hal 'a show go : iliivalion, are „|. 

antlycovered. Noticing a g , t,.„f ,.„„„,„ 

which wo afterward learned belonged to on, 



y thrfv-nVpl""" abul 



e county'^ 



tte y hi 8 laTo 11 th 8U n P o l r'th''bc Vi ,. h b ™ i, -'" nE 



cent in a slight coolness. 

Range, as George A. says, is exti 
that is, a long way off, and a great di 

'^"fhTc^wafiratedhere it w 

peeled there was laud vn.uighwhi'ch.o 

"[I'd ■ ■•" ' ; let ; .' ;...pn ..tton, 

,,', t'l'l..'.',, ..1, ' il Ml ,V ,1. , ,, '. 1 .1 



drvd act., i „f t.deul.ly goial land, with 
haps halt the aimuiul ,.f white a. ml, i 

tins will, t.n swamp land on Hi- t'l 

J if, ... Hi. data .1 ,..'., ,.,,. ,',,'„! „', l! J,', 



ffi 



t,tao, I suppose) t.i A-l, creek, a tributar 

■red by a never-failing spring o 
ater, capable of irrigating tw, 
i of land. 

rravellvandof only medium qua 
lands layimmediai.'lva.'jaceoi t. 



th^ply^be improved.^ The^so.l^rs^ 



'best garden' li'tlfe 
"ke e a,°°thouBh there 






;, 1 , 1, i'„'' i o 1 Vmi'' ' 'k\'"''":''V , 

'"" l".i,e 'a' It..' '.a", "."''/;;, u ",l L the "t 
ranoutfi:; C? 
'eciVi'E^Begg'edofr.gl 



Aposlattae.l, cone 



of four or live families. The 



sin 1 1 I'V tlm junction of three alreauv 

affords about forty acres of rich farm lane 

while Hi" lulls ..If. i.u, i, uiiagc for cittl. 

.iudgra.l.iallyrh..ngi hatai,.-.- a tlytel 

mina'es in v. Bt idles .ml I .a." of talc. 



say, 


■■'r'h 


',",.' 


'.halt 


thou" 


W 




I.h 


refore 


return 








bed a 




,t. 


ol'ic 


"„',' 


YsTi 


down 






hi 






To-day 








dent 




'"5 


a man 





, running and stoppmg and running again, 
■ had ll.o curiosity to overtake him, and 



■ founded hot; (left toot np.) Dri 
el.t foot up,) to -that -(feet 
rkcr. reminding one of th. Yanke. 

t.'sd.tii.ni.t l„,k,.ys ) i,|,a.ie"_„„d 



make you 'git,' I tell yo, 
After some little plea 



tue'nXra.'ll:; 






and piles stupendous" 



ow. What disappoi.tlinent- 

iMhedwo'latiai windsknown 

ret „. n';" p.itcbii.g, dl.ilng 



a good bath, a good supper with gta oca „l,i. h 
are just now beginning to ripen fur .lessen, a 

siy j»£ « r^'Sf. 

disappear over the summit' of the long hill 
keep my longings from going out after you. 



W TO AVOID A BAD HUSBAND. 

Never marry foTvvoalth. A woman'a (^S 
consisted not In what bIib posBesa- 1^ 

'nt dandy-like In his silk g'oves and rallies, 
v'a S r'e"l" ! Tbe'r'e'is'a°trap n ° BOn 



hara'ctoL no"' 'known o'Ta'ted" ° 
nales C jtiu p ri^ht into the fire with t 



a 



s lightly of God or religion, buch. 

li.'ent'of'l'iaTwioa M areas, and is filthy in 
his habits. The external appearance is an 









; by the appliances of a 



' 'Hie navigator of the machit 



'"on'theTu-face "/dive' to'tLVbol 



gvnl-'Th'fy Ea^tr! 



62 


THE DESKRET NEWS. 


[Sepiembeb 17, 1862. 


«IIAS~8UIIH....I!I)1TI>B aiid pcbushek. 


OUR TERRITORIAL MAILS. 1 and mule., after a fight uf an hour and a half 1 CAPTAI II...I 

with the Indians. The emigrants had to leave 

From every aiM v.-iy "'"'i' '"■>"-, ,|„en wagons and attempt th. remainder of "'th'an'd fam"*"' 

.flii-n-nl Iransportation of the mail, on Ihe J'J,'"'"^' ,a,„e day! "he Indians, about a ' *^nXid .on' 1 '' Aree "' *'"' m '"> M "S««' 

in tl.C p Iteclion of l.ia i-lir,in.- .naige- ,],,„„, |, ,,„ u ;..,.., ,, ,, J , |„ „„ ,], ].. ,,nh, ., ,,,. ; i,,!, .,,,'.', ,'.,',.,, | , ; ''lV ,|, li „' ', :„ 1 i a u. 1 1 l'; .lis. 

1 » ','""",")"!; ' 'i"" 1 ' 1 ""^ <<»'"'"^^ >>■'■' i-Z i J;;; 1 ;; [ixv,' 1 :;:,,)',.'^!'^'' : ,"'v!,. ; . ', 


Wcdi>cs(l!>y...Sep tcmbcr 17, ISC2- 

PROGRESS OF THE WAR. 
TionowBfrom the seat of war Iiob been 

«t Confederates in Maryland, which hnB 

tmm-dlalety after 'he army if Virginia rclir- 

iirincipal theater of action. If there has 
been much fighting done there, no report of 
the battles has yet gained public. ty. A few 

over which tho Confederates arc said to have 
marched and countermarched without much 

subsistence and of benefit to them in the frr- 

IIow many Confederate troops were march- 
ed into Maryland is not known. Rumor has 
place 1 thoir number at from thirty to one 
hundred and twenty thousand. Their head- 

aad. Gen. McClellan had established his at 
Rickville. [i Is evidently the intention of tho 

Capital am! not to pursue the enemy too far 

n»t easy to divine what either ot tho com- 
manding gen. ralB intend doing. Their strategy 

davelope something more definite as to their 

The wat in Kentucky seemed, at latest 
dates, to bo progressing rapidly. 

MOVEMENTS OF GARIBALDI. 
Tho world renowned Italian Liberator.Gari- 

that would tend to the diveature of his Holi- 

the Neapolitan kingdom to favor, his liberating 

no difficult task, as they responded to his call 
an alacrity, which made France, Austria and 

carried into effect, and Rome as a civil tem- 
poral power cease to bo. Meaturcs were 
taken to prevent the escape of the dreaded 
patriot and his followers from Sicily, but not- 

Mlscting bis escape with a portion ot his 

ot August in two sieamera.and landing on the 
Calab Ian coast. The Neapolitan provinces 

Ilea each dispatccd a fleet in o tho.; teas, to 

Tm landing of Caiib ,l,ii in Calabria ceiled 


The carrying arrangements on the northern 

ing for the efficient peiformanc, of the Bervice. 
No fault has been found, so far aa known, 
with the contiaclor'a operations on the route 
between Fillmore and Cedar city, and hue 

part of lliesoiilbein line will be perl „. me.l lo 
to the satisfaction of all concerned, but of 

be said approvingly. Time, h wever, will 
probably woik a change for the better before 

THE INDIANS ON SUBLETTE'S 

CUT OFF. 

During the past few weeks vvs have heart 

ot BCVcr.l instances of robber, and niuidei 

and murderouB propehs ties Without the 

stand aright and proper influ nee, only for 

steeped in baseness beyond anything the In- 
dians had ever thought 0, and aa it is much 

lhat was once made, ars suffering the sad 
consequences of the earlier associations 

particularly, but if those conupt, unprinci- 

ot the people than the wa.ton attacks of 
tives-pure and triple— In the position na- 

We do not anticipate that all the repor a of 
passing immigrants against the Indian, ate 
strictly true, and to be leceivci without ecru- 
my. It is common for men in exciteinc, t to 

'■" '" '"—every person has not" the habit 

1 f 1 1 

In addition to what we have already no- 
ticed last wick, an emigrant camo into the 

• Hacked on the niornug a' tho SJISth Aug., 
lest nearly all, their, cattle and all thcithotacs 


Mr. Loveland an 1 Ihc people of B x E der. 
We have looked for some report f.om them, 
but it has not y-t reached us. 

Other persons have come into the city 
since, and report that emig ants, ferrymen 

would have started in lhat direction. Till 
established between the Indians and those 

lo chron cle a very serious accident to Mr. 
Peter Graul, the messenger and repairer con- 
nected with the Telegraph Office in this city. 
It appears that Mr. Graul was about filling 

Ihe act of pouring from the carboy, it slipped 
from his knees, and in endeavoring to save it, 

The glass made a des' era'e gash in his left 
arm, cutting tbr ugh flesh, sinews and arter- 
ies into the bone above the elbow joint. The 

where he was shortly found by Mr. Stickney 

graph Office. Mr. Stewart ran for surgical 
assi-tanee and ,Dn. Field, Anderson and Take 

reported "doing well,'' 

the day on Friday last a thunder shower, at- 

Salt Lake valley from.wes't to east, storming 
tho most excessively along and up Big and 
Little Cottonwood and Mill creeks. The 
amount of hail which.fcll in the kanyons and 

siderable, ai d in Big Cottonwood kanyon so 
great was the quantity, that n places it was 
said to have been three inches deep on the 

Tub Tooele Road— The work of con- 
structing the levee to confine the waters of 

said to be progressing, but as yet Ihe over- 
flowing has not been cm tailed much, and the 
Tooele road is still inn mdated. It is espcer, 

will soon thereafter begin lo appear. The 
rebuilding and repairing of the highway will 


and son; Sarali Ami Co-ale and son; Cuarlottt 

Co. i,„l' l.uu.lv; S. iii.l Cuter and "tarnilj ; 

iil. Durant a 'noli-, .1 . II l)ar:..n and 

f.iiiul.; Clin li.-t, i Diuiov: amilll Win. 

D111l.lanj111lfa111.lt; Clia . Ur-blaan.l f.imily; 

Ma'iV 1 ix.i"';".!.'.i'a hail D.'-' 'ind f. u, ly; flV- 
i all Me... and liim.lt; »! irv Ann Davis. 
David E cli-a ana family! Wm. Everallj 

an.l' family; Wm. 1 u ■■ i .."ii'.'l '■ "u 1 1 i;'li . X- h 
Fuilei; Join, l'n' and fnni.i; liebeica Farley; 

,),... F knot and familv. 

Win Gibson: Wir. 1. inil-i; F,i/ , r.a'.h Gale; 
Fanny Gun; Win. G a and familv; Jno. 

ter; Jno. Godfrey and lanaily; Win. C. Graham 

' I, ' i Hii 1 I.' Mi'i Jlincks 
audi',', VI Jas, 11 in a,,a . „■; r imn.l H.tr- 

i , sW <;' ,i "<' [ ' 

,„ ., .. ; 1. , f , c 

Napiil.tli 1 If et. 

Tnos. Jul-! and familv; J.mea Jul.!; Saml. 
Julian and famih ; Either Jeascp; L'arbara 
Johnson; D.E.Jones an.l farn.ly; Timothy 

John kiinber. ' 

IS. M a -i,.t 'f.iu.il, ; Caa. Morris and 

family ; S cpli.n M lil.-r a'.al :.: , ; J„„. .Miller 

Win "(j' No"le JnT'l.'i'.'i'i'i'lj'; ' j'o's:'„ lh'.iV!\ids™n 
Henry Ovard and wife; Oswald O.ven and. 
a Ed y j. Palmer an 1 family; Wm. J. Philiipa 

an.lf.imilt: M.,,,., l' ; r.,-i; 11 ,,, i'„ la ; y and 

Chas. \> a,.i ran,,.]; Mars aret Puillpo .' * 

(.en. i;„", 'j',',,1 f i!i; G-... Rckardi and 

wife; Hin.Rager ; J," s It . .. ainilj; 

Snail Himself a amilj; .Hi,,,, R eh a ,1 

Ram.deii. ' ' "' r '' ! ' ""* 

fan, .hi i-.i.ic S ..ph.'ni au.l 1 ,„„'i.; J.'iu'u 
Sm rkj Join. t. Cla.r., and w,h„ 

J,,?'ii„no'X,,rnnnh' l M,."/%.o,„T" ) ',m! 

Tell;" Win. ir,-.,.„.„ a,„l It'; j'„,e r.ca- 

BUI.; 11 nry le.iv and family. ' 

VVnkn,' ; ,1.,.„„ W. '«!,.:. ; -,, . ■'."\\l'„',,..\ ■"" 

>1.'I, J iVn.a'"', 1 ,!. ';„,','; v,','o, u'l!i.'i,'v""an.i 

SaGa.il, Mills —The large number of. Sugar 

The Ficst SKow— On Sunday foreno.n 
Utah Lik-, hal t 1 fr 

"' Il.e 'so..'. V „i'|. dr., ,,,,',,,,.",7 ',,,," the 

line, which is considerably low"? this se^sTa, 


n»w be consideted aafe for a tiloo to coma, 
.hade. Their patron, at'onld", ,'o",*,nV lilim'. 

fctsKctt with, a watch-isio at oace,. 


A New Sto.-.e.-N. S. Ransohcfrsi Co. have 

formerly occupied by S'ainea, Needham St Co. 
,Ransonoff& Co. have been favorably known 

large assorted stock of staple goods, whicb 
For details Bee their advertisement in another 



Setiejiuer 17, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



REPORT OF THE IMMIGRATION. 
Salt Lake C.s-y, Sept. 10*, 1S62. 



he plains, II>K1M»»'"J "' •— "- •'- 
'i'lenFlraeiiM on the 11 tb of August, ,i 
omi.n.v with Eldet. Lvman an I R ch, Hon 

x _ „' 1, .„,,..,, II. S. 1.1 :n. I;.- an. I .'vera 



, we advised to fall 1 



lllark nuts, mi 
V'alnnY Roe by 



San.l'vf KunL. i.l .'.. L-a- 
Bt Grei 



1 to, jV.ry B , Catherine E. and Bio 

'lli.',,,'a- V . ill'irv. Jane, Jenelle, F.'.-za V.h Pain 

an. I Jon , 1). Tl -; P;.l, 'l,,..,„„d; || ,v, 

Thorn sand Ann Taylor. i H. Rl 

Sirali Van Horn. " and I 
Joi-n. l--m.lv. John W. ad El za J. Wick- M 

rl 1 ; 111, lid . I. a an liiil.d. Il'iik' I': II. - ^. -: 

n- I! 1/ .h,-!,. .If. ii- and H eh,!. W.r!..-ll; Ill - 

flu , Ian. in, James. RoI.erl.J and CI...". ...» .1 ■ 

,'al;..; .Ini-a, Jane J/.ry J an! Amy Jan-. 



It and iraveled by Itnmselvcs or joined o 

Ann AsUtt; George, Chailes, and He 

al ; J i,,l..,,.. Ah,:,, am! 11.,,,, A.l.,1 

Marv F.enlcn; T. is, Ann, ll.irne'.M 

,;>, J. .hi. ami J.din J. Iloyd lluilj F.ii B" 

s ami C.iinline IJh' 



P., Else and Nei 



lid Scott; Maiy Su-j Anna f Mam-...,; J, lis Fir rrick, Met, 
0, Li-iisa, Emma I„,in'., S "phis' 1 Kegel's.,,,;' Else M . anil J.nsili, 



Tnoam.e^al-ah.ah'al'd'jam". 
laaa.n.nah JJ ,y.'; Fanny Heirv 






rCa|itan,B.Madseii and Li 



,al!ey. 



left Florence, Without being organ! 

7," , ,'i in , .i... 



F!l„ . C .,,„.! | K . haul, Sal .h, W.lliam 

E.i.ii.a I :..[ I.i.l- .• ( .»; En/1, Ch :sl..| 

and Eliza tin Ch; I'.ia.iila C ' ; S.ep 



saac Dyson; Hani 
Hugh, Jane, Ly.li 



raison; John, Elizab.l 



,,|i; J, d.n P., Eliza, Mary A., Emily 



fijtcbeii. 

.-,1,-1,! >->■ ."■.! F. !/..'. e'l, Nobe. 

/./ana U sin; B.-ij. Wiuleiisii.r, Ch.u. an 

llvha A.?.!'.!... ami II "i. ah race; John, Es 
ll'Vnd'j'.i'a'.v' 1 |-!-ae''el,-!'r."',ui.e| l Fre'eo'i 
llo - 1 I in ' I 

i'," 1 V s' 1 \t, I I U | .1 



N. Hagstrom; Jol 



''.'b.'i'ii, li.'i.'ili.'i a:',.'!' IV in I 'o^r'i i'- ! M .'.'y! ; "2\'"i\ .fl'.i 



Saroh Payne; Tlloma: 



Bl.il, Ida and James l'e.l; S 
iVilliam and Rucerl Parish, 



I /.billi, 1 inn I 

'o.nvv'aud' Maiy Blebs?!-. 

; David an, 

ia», Mary, 

Jens P., 
l,.„.i Nirhen; Paler No.'ur;. 

A. alma.. a, Laiali, Ciiolme, 
, CI ;iy A. ami Johannes Ni.-l- 



,iim, P.gslio,,.; Pel 
-ed and Palina 

. and M.ninlhn'pia 






J, Parry; CorEe Ja 



1;;;:.;:: I- :,.!'j" 1 ; i i:^-:' ,1 i.m "''-!- - : ; 1 ;; v/'^7' i --v m "^ '.".'('iTcT'tr^n.",', 

11 ' 1 I 1 I ' t ' * 

II u.-yJe,iie;JeiB, Jlidscn and Llnjinauul baa been received,, 



TIIE DESERET NEWS. 



[September IT, 1862. 






liar substance appears to play such Ipounda per day. Jane, six years old, calved Phoposid U; 

i.t part In the plirn. ,,,, „r ,M.n-.,il.,:'.i.po,„,d, per da) Queer, icbt I in Pahis.— II i 

-1..1 - ' "■ "■ ' '" "■■'■• ' ■'- 



nd is supposed from Deci 



lay. Queen, I'lill r- I V!l . I ,.,,, „ : .,i U,;, .a pa] inane,,, 

years old, calved Feb. 1st .11 | •!■' p-i "•' ''• < ' -I" on will be opened in Paris 

Nineteen cows.wboae ages range from two to | in the summer of 18fi3, under the patronee ot 
- ' whose period of calvine extended the Emperor. The building is li be on a 



, averaged 32 pounds ' pander scale than the I 
teen being set for one: Exhibition. The dime; 

eight. One of the grt 



l,ev i-ro.v. [tin,, i In,' Mil, ,- putrefaction day, cave 20 poi mils of butter. Most of the milk feet long 

md decay of vegetable matter.-' Wilhonl is ii in illv s..M at the faun. tNnno -III. civ, l,ei..l,t. , , ., .., ,,, „ 

llscusslng the matter very minntelv, it may , were milked more than twice a day, and ail, foreign goods will be admitted for exhibition 

te stated in a general way that the value of, with the exception of three, traveled a mile free , f duty, with liberty to re-export tbein, 

Teen leaves as manure is scaieely snlli, lei, ily and a l.all t. M ashue and back again every or they may be sold on the sp,.\ i:;:i,;ir,o 



full)' rnlle" 



kinds" oTpla 



, care- 1 pasture feed. Mr. Petel 

,.( 11,',. <-.'.lil earn. They a 



it only fan./ Fa 

" = »".| n'suail, 



erd.— [Boston 

iX^.™fhe7d"ito7of~he New £ng. 
■ has a high opinion ot clover hay 

ilo^rlHliSe.oi 



"Ll^nl fo'; I Farmers who have kept, and themselves ted, 

,,: n „; l :V, l ! [r r ■> ■ 'i ' h I homes, oxen and 

■fehi:,- ."- -'A'i "»;• '<"■■<"■ '.'■.■» .oKf J.,:."* 



©cncrcil Notices 



PRIZE 
STr.A-vT733P.Ivr PLANTS. 

WILSON'S SEEDLING, $3,00 per 100, 
VICOMTESSE, $3,00 per 100, very fine ami 
MAGNATE, $3,00 per 100, large, good 



ali„..'.t .It, ily e,„„, „,.,., l'„i , i. " rr-eni 1 "!;';.."^!,,'',; 1 ",! 1 ,!!! 1 'Mr l Jol,"ijay In riti VICT0RIA ' S3.00 per 100, lanor 



_^£ °- »~».» K~Sl.U P.r„„. 

THE WEaThTOndTSb CROPS. 
The backivardnessTTth 



'■•rer 


during II,,- la 


t.ixrc 


the sorghu 


°" "lutary 


ellcct 


prospects n 






of ewee'a will be produc 


,i ,!,;■ 




■''J- for whit 






ired rapiJly 










ley yet unr 






ot the crop 

yield. 111,., 


properly cu 


^ 









MANURING VHTHGiiEN LEiVEs! 

'ie-ei"g'"'l" r'bably"']".' d"a I,",, .'." ''AAA, AAT'P'A}*: 3 A°T.l 




T. W. ELLERBECK, 



mtro s.ea ram^xaSa n 




,ns . b. .™j «.,,,,,,,, ,:,\ 


Unt'.n Has i. 


KOTJCE. 


=£.s 


^sss^^^" * fc 4^^r^»j SF ,.. f ^ S! 



on with A "??""! 
only ne- ! th, 55 lit 



)c mnenced breed, linn and d cuilied, like that of a soldier 
„,_■ wiin in, re pi-, ,„ i.sui, i„ i> : ;,] i ic B0 | d the fact lhat all through his life he ha 

t-1.' w.ut'i .1 a ■ ,.i„l I'al pies ivi,l.inone!his arms well shouldered, it is possible that 

yaii and ,n ,,-ais IS:,-.' I.s.ri, 1 • :, I ami n.it'Tv i nded l,,„, i ., , (,,„„,• II,., 

I -s... I.,- ■,. I ii.iiiu „i„ a, lii.-ar. Wl,„, v.ieeisp iliai ly sweet, and when he whis 

■"»"■ in |u,l,n,:i ih.-l ,!„„ Ii„ n.e.i i„ m'ei n»i i ot aniEolIan haip. "Sortie 

11.,'in scleral times over, a, ,1 Ireuuciilli- "hit inclim-il to olie ily of late years, h 
lappened that those which looked the prelti- still maintains his reputation as a beau. H 

i.'i,,!,"; 1 !, ,',";,,;' l ""; ,; ' ,ll ;"," ,! "i" 1 " 1 '.'' •!,',!.','., I',''/',, ','.."; '','/,' ",; r ""\Y :v , '••"■" i^ 

ads from' lelt°to° rifhtJ 



light 



There need be no greater "• r- are of era. k.rs and cheese. He ret 
proof of that than the number of med. Is and to bed at an early hour, and almost im 

prizes he hail obtained, lie always kept to diately ,.,,„;„-,. es I, I , self to sleep with a c 



puts -ell,, g 
'" ,-l: '"'" i ",'; "' : : e-i"i- li-i! ten- "I-; ■•Minaia-iii.; iiovelly. ,„v„ vuig personal 

■ : ' "'0 . ■■ ■ • ' le !,' a la, ,, ,.! - I II , i. I , ill,;,...,,,.: ,, .,, ij,,.,. I ,, ,, ,, 

:ood small bone but was alw.i s p.rticulai Hi. .-,i,.,i[,,| „,ia„ab, v ,,;,„, J;-,,, 

' i | i ' ' ! ] - ! ;" l - il tl " ; l t lumns each), pithy and de- 

''■■'■' i- ii"- ■■a l l.-e!','.io, '',i'o"i: JeaL'L'eareFu'lll ™G ii' mi'k' Cl'i Man will, should he increase 

'" V1 i ' ' ' , , ' i' 1 ' 'v, ! l " ' ' "i ', ' 

II I I, I Lr l ir m \\ I I 

M„. i£.~iZ":":-~.~?~-~- c._. |«"ed.ngly 'reticent, wheiiVe "s 

mply proinl ly tl,,. 



e,Ui..lil,e„„;ky,el.!e.i ,, v , 
a lr the liiil, mil,.., V.,,, 



tisfactory n 

'■>' ' "" l ,issc d through tl 

a bener.l l„. ,, ,,„.„,„ 



A^^VT,! 



TAKE PAKTICULAK NOTICE. 



ATTENTION AIL. 

ft SALE OK EXClfANOl 



t",:: ,■ 






c.f]Mille-, six ye 



. 'i '-.p.'n" 



April 7th, JS [x, y. Mji 



DBSERET NEWS. 



©cncral JNotkts. 


W. F. ANDERSON, M.D., 

OKKH'K .hi! Ru.Ueuco 1 3 tb Wa,d, two doors Booth ol 


salt: salt: 


AHS«€s3|;;jf 



©incrcil Polices. 



©cntral Notices. 



WEnflSGFiCTORK 

GEORGE BONELLI, 19th Ward. 



W"i.. 



CITY POTTERY. 



T n .,n 



ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE. 



MUSIC. 
H. L. RAYMOND 



F. J. P. PASCOE, 

-pKSl'lXin'I.LV lulo-lii- Hit. p..;.!. ...I F' 



NOTICE—CAUTION. 

■■ ■■■..'. ■ 



. TOffAiB LIVUiGSKUL 



IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS 






NIXED STATES INTERNAL RE 



This Day Received, 

PER MULE TEAMS 
FROM CALIFORNIA, 

STAPLE MERCHANDIZE. 

WM. JENNINGS. 



20th WARD WEAVING EACTORY 



FIFTEENTH WARD TIN SHOP, 
CHARLESl?. JONES, 



©metal Notices. 



DUEAt i n i> mt e ai u n •*■ s 

CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL & LAWRENCE 

TTTT3I1 lo announco lo luo cllliena of Utah that U» 

MERCHANDIZE, 

LOW PRICES. 



REMOVAL OF BUSINESS. 
f.Wl j 

JOHN LARSEN, 

Vest side of main street, 



NOTICE. 

SCHOOL TO PREPARE BOYS FOR MI 

CHANICAL BUSINESSES, &c, 

To Comm.na 13(1 Siplimbcr. 

E. L. T. HARRISON, Thaoiibh. 

AN ADULT CLASS, 



JUST RETURNED FROM TUE EAST. 



W. S. GODBE. 



Messrs. SAVAGE & OTTINGER 

PHOTOGRAPHS, PLAIN AND COLORED, 
1V0RYTYPES, CARTES DE VISITE, 

AMBRO TYPES, MELAINOTYPES, 

CRAYON AND SOLAR PICTURES, 

PORTRAITS IN OIL, WATER COLORS, 

AND INDIA INK. 



MATCH FACTORY, 

MAIN STREET, G. S. L. CITY. 



SIGN OF mti GOLDEN LOOTS. 

m 

C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST 



OF MAIN STREET, 



UNITED STATES 
:AIL afejjgj: STAG! 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 
MEDICAL DISPENSARY. 
Dr. J. L.~DUNYON 



BOTANIC MEDICIKES 



| l «*5t""'" 1 "* FIKDLAY & MARTIN. iVfcitWJy 



THE DESERET NEWS 



ETTEMBER 17, 1862. 




beast bJWJnj been loo 


c.o in, and m 


,„• „t ll.e 


..' 


xcc ll,„ t hei'lth 


w 


































1',. Sid. I.t 




















where tbey h 






























to secure that rxellation promi.ed to the peo- 








-Senator Ho 


ple of (.'o.l. Evenh 


"""wil'h'lieh'av'en'ly 


tl 


urnrd from bia inissio 
ndsy cvenine. Gen. II 


n to Washing 

S. EUrerige 




Eder. Lore 














r.i r. [ienso 












with appropriate and 


;;;;;;'*;,;; 


1 ,,.<,.len! 


purcb 


isenfijoois and ... 


,1. 


,er, form..,:. 


concluded to travel 


It,.,, ,,.„,„.; 




be c 






■, arn.ed at 






bling the company ' 



horeea and mules were fed and hmiessed, 

the jonr.i.'y'liol'.tr^ thrm. We merely haledjb 



ia^e been aniicip . :...l ;im1, in in.fr._v i 
■efore the fiist elTocti e step haa been 



wLir'.i -...-:, h K-Mir_; ;il--].;' 



'. , ; , . l ,"-;r; 1 



1't.e city or S.in Fra 
lobulation of. eight} 



;-■<•■ '" ';■ ■ '•■'' '■""'• ' =.c...M . l.nt .n v.,, i,o,,i incurring 1 

,r our ,,,'vi ,1,-y I...1 ,, j:, ,,,, i, ,■ :. r ,-.l to llul ' '> '' f ■" ' * . tl.e ,0,,,, 
,.1 an aloud , nc: or oras3 removing ll.e obsU 



"ill,- .,'.,!, i,.i' Norn Vine 
ranally on nice rolling "-, 



, Beaver 1. Ut»h L*' 



id to contain NEW ARRIVAL OF 

£Ss «■ O © D S 2 ! 

r and subject to military duly. How] 



i tbe Jordan, the witltb c 

et, been mater ially dUnii 

MOLASSES- MAJ 



■i of Breeding element to give tl:< 
tbe S:ate, which some believe 



e.iiritu p..s-.i-.'<—l by osiers, i-nnM uur l.'ism-e 
houralor=.ss moat agreeably. From the in- ,o 

cesBaut asm.tuity wuh wh"eli son. or cur v 
company pursue tbeir favorite utudy while ( 



■> the production of the 



NEW MERCHANDISE, 

Hamilton,' Cone>to s a, 

PRINTS. 

A Lahge Stock of 

BROWS S«TG1iT\lSG, 



'. ;;.,. ."'"' ',"; .",'.". T" ■ „'.'/ last, and tl.c number of mills has mere-lied J '"'-V o. th.-.n • '» >" the Confederates j A roLl LIKE or 

,. attached to our train, aii<lLor. than a hundred pe, c, „i. rrce.-ily, pro- tri " h i "" 1 ,h " In&pmiimcM or the Sooth DRESS COODS, NOTIONS, 

V-i 'i'' ,'. 1 olol , ,"",l' 1 i'o ",",', on' "'".••' ''•"■>' '.,;,>, ami the lat'e-plaiitc'd c"a" I'll ' '"'" " c k " *' ■""• b "' " lhe fac " •« » ™- BOOTS AND SHOES, 

33: ^ -a? ss . 
HARDWARE. 



■" ' " ^ '■ •'•■ ■ u i»io n, tsua ii oceome suincieuuy iipe to 

ciiu* iotr!|,.r, :.ii-i 'iv -i.J.'iii l -.'I g | rcach'e I for working t,p tbe sorghum crop this year, it 
B abort diacurjp fro.n u.<- i..,i ■■ (\..lt..tiun," ._, li( , p .,, Uiat ,. „ , lu .,i,.,lv 

itwaifulUfra-j-.i-.^aiM ;i ,^i ,■.!,:,- t.> uH' will ,',. a , lr; ,,,; f ,, ,;' ^ |(| manufactures 

l-i. .rl H ,i.. I.M..J ,- ,..J I- |-::j' 1 iD,ii,JU. r..te.irH.l.'M KvA.p.U ^pr.S'.m-.l ll.il it'n 
° a H"*t i * '''rv'n-'i'i.'nt l'.r," u"' f " ' '' y ' li! ' ^°' ,: ? lh 'f t 



I election in California! 



The Weather.— During t 






Ciallji irarlabla-4- Sugar, Coffee, Xea, Tobacco and 
lear, cloudy, pleasant andstormyl Cigars, E> ye -Stuffs, Soap, 

clouds and storms prcvuling, Candles, and other 

^rrr^I^tnT.he'wind'hall GENERAL GROCERIES, 

ting frost, although there was ' .ontunoniiv, ,.n.V' ,',, , .,' Tr's'"^^^..^-^. 

?on Thu Bday morning, killing l , l T e b (] '_ * u ' n:l ^ u ul '■' c ' j: ' ; "' Ut;d " uUi l3 "•»i»««»i'J '"- 

i*h, melon and othcr"vine», and; ' ' N. S. RANSOIIOFF & CO., 

:orn a little in low frosly locsU- (At the S'.ore formerly occupied by SrMKM 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



. U T H AND LS33STT:, 



NO. 13. 



GKEAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 



..,-:, ;.,":;,:."■' 



VOL. Ill, 



is 1 uimM pnl 
there" b"- ! o « °°fh' 



l,„M„, pm „l,i,l, to improve i.pon in I., 
i i 11 an.'" iel""rdr if In * ra '" e<i °" e ° r ° P ° 



God. All their religion anil piety for n.any ca 

V'. ii.I-'i i', , .I" 1 ,..t'] 1 ', i ?V:,-"i\. 



.'"'■'i' ' ll.v"ll,!'t'-''„!',;,': 



Sher^rH 1 ,' v r"' '■ , yuiiBot^t^iS^^iu^ ^^ !...':' ''■■.• V '■■;" /'/■' ' ■■ ' '.■■■'1 - ^=JtVth^%™;' n or\^A".," a ?r* > P ,i./',l 

another "ibeM I I Min i ,, irj ant ree.o,'" 

all Bcriptures are made be Ihn i,.„,'. .. ■■ i, „ ,,„■, , ,-,.| „ all 1 1, ,'..., .; . I ,,, ', ,,i i, •■ , '" , ' ''" "I""" ' f ' ""'•» mi;, a J ,-rl ism;, » ml 

Prophets and apostles arc the indiums our hand, i„ ' r ],i -,,. „ ' ble i,, e ,„.,,,.„ IV v ' , ."',, a ~ k " , T" , K luc «»'''l". chattels, or iffec'. Bo dig. 

tbroigh whi.h Ihe Almighty com Ir I, I , , ' ' ,' ', I , ,', ' ! \" ' "■ , 

his will to the eh, Mr, n o[ men. it,,, I, I, on, tenia, on which the whole vvorl.l .1.. ,1 1, . ,,,.! . , .,. J I, , , , .'. . '"'"""I but in ease 0/ 



t yet commenced to pa 



' God Riven to then,; if l|,ey rec 
:e by Joseph Smith, the Prophet 



.Wt.ilkr,;:, raid-., I., hunt exaltation. Wl 
ok for sxaliation u, the heave:., ,,, lb- 
cinitieB uhich are before ua. We expeel 
le gospel of aalvatio-, to exalt ub. When 



lijr nf tni'l, 
ul<\e ,Vg.., 



Sec. 18 And he it furllier enne'nl. Thai 



THE EXCISE TAX LAW. 

Sec 1C. And be it further enacted 
.he aaid aasesaors of each collection 1 



orTany .fbcr"»ici! 53 
he holy principles trie 



, of exaltation is the work of this 



,.i|!i' of all good men. .She ran be eeonomi- 



aged in Ihe good work 
a own person. )ba 
sen slatternly, slothful 
,1B and begins to be 
1 cleanly in her hcuse- 



I place or buam a,, eopie, ••> the l„t „f the dnij or tl„. . ,.ll,.,. .„. in person or by ilei . 

v in 1 , ,„ 1, ..I.,.. 10 i...v •■,. 1, ji^v.^" ■■ h. I, i-a, ^ in.'.i /'J^J'^Vii 






after »*.ii"fyin»°the <hfty ^Vx, c 4 



,,, ,iM,-...' I,.:,. ;,i,!,i,.. fli.-iii,,,! ,-■»•) 1 1„ , ,-. ,i, , v p 1, 1 1, .• , ,--l.,l,lc'l rg.es, i|,i,,'. 

h'le I'-cu,.- ',..• ..,., I |,,yil,!... ,1, I .-■ ,,.■ Ihe ■;,. i',,,;',!' .1, ,, • .' j' ', r „',, ,' '., ,', „.",,„, ,,,',.. !j. 

tle V 'l!iiVn\!l\,e\e'??h'',,!'T,,n , '",' , i',"l'l''. ! J ''' "'-'"' "' "' * " "" l""I"'' :i - ' P"i- 

n-itl-c I.' I . . > " - 1 . -- <li, I- .in.l 1 • --•_ «., I'.'n'.ai.i-'io: ,.',.; "l,,.",',.., I [t.-v no.'. A'.an" 

any .here be, after defraying the cbargci. 

NOTICE TO SOPESISTENDENTS. 

Sdiehistendent's Orvici, G S L C.ty, ) 
To County SurEKiiiTENnE^'s or Co.,,- 



",,";,:;■"£,'."; 



!RET NEW! 



September 24, 1862. 



NAMES OF IMMIGRANTS. 
[rHinn church ™jT-] 

^ A ?a°r'A C n C R er».- en An"".'F^"ic" 

", fflr.7 fS".°°« carl, Onlay; 



.eic; Hannah Anf-u 
o!.,gnu. and^Jnl 

IjraS Md JoMph B 
aynno Booth; Willia 



, Meti Susan, Emma 



I'll 


1 1 l\ Needail. 
, , I, ,i r Jonas, Harrit, John and 

son W 1 Nam Mull, a. tub,,. CI /■l"-ii. u.lw 




,11 , , ] a, . 1, l.,hn I'Mi ■' . '- ' ! -- !!-', l.-n l,/0. 7.'ll-', H ., .1.1. 1 ,,,) 

am Georeeiaml A, na u ,'i ' ' !; ''"■■■ lal"-"'l. 1 '■■'''. «■"'' 



r.'.r.. 



';;-';;;;:-. 



j'.'bh.'"cr,a 



„-,; Medal 

Ann. a c:„,.,i, 



Grundell, Ai 
; Jen, ami I..I 
,-, Joseph 13., 



, IN, Hi, ClOp.,. Bo 1 1 , . , in , I , , N-I-. iVt-l -II 

nii.ili Johnson; .lore'.,,,. I. J,.rg N. 

-All-', i i ,|o|'MO-,,i-ll; Sopb,.t J.'lioi,; Dor 
Ami II- Mil, -ll Joel; Aooriol, C.ltolll .11 



Marv, John, ; 
.-,: ,1,1., Lieea.y; 



,„,.-, A.i-t-r M., Jens C . 1). 
kinn L.irso. ; Jens, Jel 
Karen Larsen. 

Carl Frederick, Hans, r- 
„!,,, Martm-en; Join, J.) Ii 
John J.ums an. I Ann IJU.- 

Ji Al -; Ann .Mai... n, ,,, 

M. Mack; Jolian M.uy 

Mln^iiii'^on'^JaeVC" 



homas C An 

Ami; Jane a 
Emma Aja,; Ja 
o\\-,ln.'i'; John in 



ii, S-.-j-l ,i 
Ih.'j'j"':' 



Joseph, Eliya, Henry and Anna Tucker 

;.!,.ii,l, ri..nci I Il.iuli I'm n; Li.,,,, 

laiiha, Hand, Alary, Ann, Elizabeth an 
'hilipp Tood. 

II. , ja Vckery; James II., Emilin. 

a,,,., .,,„! J,,hi, YsnaCai John Vanhorn. 

Nephi, Elizs 



Will. a 



Archibald; Mary 
im; Margaret am 
' "jameslnd Nep" 



Joae 




;:;;:.,,::.; m 


ii.i./lh'eitiiiirleii 






, Mai, bill 


h; James, Lewis 


Belt 


"''','■ '■.' 




Iter, E'ijah and 


.•/ns ,|'ia s. In 




and Eliza Mocain; 


Mar 




„!,,., Sp-n 


Emma Salmon; 








ddall; John, Caro- 






I ' . 1 






>; Geor 


„ 1.1. J.-han , 




M , 


*aret Smyth; Francis 






abetb Sh 






J 


seph Trenchanl; Joh 


, Margaret, John 




Mary Tb 




■ Taylor; William, 


Eli 


,l,-.||,,'l 


dTni'in-aTbo 


.Ephraim, Joseph, 
pe;C,.wler Triplet, 




.'am, 1. i/ 


,1, i, 1 , 


1 William Thomas; 


E 1 




, .'lei , 


and George Tubb; 






M,|- S :,tl T 


ster; William and 




,i, i,' n 






Mary Jan 
Jones. Ma 


.Alios, L-vi 
V -J nl la 


nd Mercy Virgin. 








Elizabeth William; 


Ja, 


\V,ho'. 


l.'.'i line .in, 


June Wesl;ENza- 






U IP ,.,,„. II. 


inah, Marv, Doro- 




m 1 i: 




,/jim Webb; John, 


Ha 


.-■-;:..' 


,.,.-., 1, -.,; 


ad Mary Watt; 



".i,.',,'; a 



Pa- I Orson, Eli 



'V:,:; r ;;:; 



.11, ,y l'i„- 

I'.'oi.'o."' 
K, el, .,1-1. 



£g£&£M: 



bate Ilae-dcn. 










Evans^'solemo 


A 

. J 


;!.'.. ' ai'""' 


and Lucy 

ami Ll,,. 


Edwards; Joseph an 






edge. 


Elizabeth, Sir 




nd J 


lit, I'm 






betb 


, Isa 


ae, Th 




beth, George ai 


1 11 












Vo 


a C,,r 


e. William 


Ann "and Haici 






en; Jo 


|,li, Jan. 


Joseph, Sarah 




Cla 


a Gre 


, , JA.i.i- 


Catharine, Ann, 






d Fran 




Mar) Gregory. 


Hi 




, M.,r 


. K-.'„,r 




net 


'-;" 


... 1 i. 


n; lielwr. 



In*! 


a B 





-lean 


l„ 


eph B, 


Th 






HV; 






h Z 


11 


Ed .a 


Ma 
Jane, 


Jo's 


t Farl 
eph, Si 



"' j'-hr'.-ml''.. ,,ah 1 vi- 
le.,, I , I I 

Mo,e.,,,-'ll'.-i,l,-n .ll' ".'-,;'. 



-J J„h„ Ha 
,H,-i Cb„rl. 
nd George 



Anders C.nhaiiiie, Mary a, ,1 Ehiil, Lac r. 

John Mcl-'ee; Caroline Myers; Henry , 
ll, k,y; I'.ah-.- Men ; Maria, John. Alfred . 



1 h-.phia I'eterBoii; J, 

1 l ' | ' ' J 1. ,lla, Mora,] Sarah 

irei"kni%£.l.''' 

Annie, Peter, ffeils, Johan, Ch- ■: :,..,, 



ren Emma, Albert and Esther Ma 
'" ,rah and Thomas Ms rill. 
Jens, Mary and Christina t 



i:;„,, he 
I,,,,..-.; J. 

I -,..„ Jo,!. 

" I H., 



,.,!,, Willi., 
,.iv anJ o, 
J seph an 



nd Ora 

!ffik£ 

Charles, Ann, 

Dam. I ami Alice' Kemp;' Jan 
arra anil Eliza King. 
Limit; Benjamin, Mary ami Mam. 
A'.lliain Loyil; Roaet e Livermi 

Caroline, Thomas and Selina Lu., , 
I Morgan Lulu; Ague,, ./;..,„., „„,t 
t Laure; Evan Llewellyn; V 
met M„ her; Mary Mopps; Her 



Nielion; Jam.a and! Jane Maw. 



abam, Edize, Robert and 



ml i - Phillips; V.1II1J 



Lh-abelh am 



J„ha B nne s E a"ndFerd,r 



md Fridericke Woessn 
'•«■»• -Of all other vi 
t defiance. "The divi 



24, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



"HE THAT IS IGNORANT OF Nl'M- i» taken from a greater, or the difference be- All .alcuialinn. in arilhm.r ,, 

BERSISSCARCLHALFAMAiN^ ^ , , sTn! wnere.,^ 






HS^ T'i 



npls Hi.- link- -I ..iimti-s by 

quantity! tile last, x, »,'=. Toe sigl 



im, ami' a .una „"' ° ""''"^n 



school the celebrated fcuclirt hclcinged. lit 

As Improved by tne'laborsoTrna'nciflatl'ciansi 
leading dep ? rtmei,t s °"pu in geometry""!!!! 
ni-ln-i'i'i, , l |!.lid ia a„d.'.V.;°c 1 f-°' '"*" 
' I I 1 rejectionTA,,', 

J !'beie, 1'i-ii- i'-li'-'il-ii pn.|. -.-!!, -,,. c.,ni. ..,- 

! ' | ' !'|'"'| ' >■«»"»• 

m.ntfH«k» '.'"■ ,*"""'«• th ° b «'":n»"we C mid' n practh=a, 

„„ ' ii„ ' ',.,.. ■ .,.„... " ".",• ""I'll "I S"]l.l-'. I Hid BUI-V 11-.:-. 

I . . H II 

ligation etc. ' In 8 „ c b a limited 



itooois_|Hut it often happen, „r at | ike 1|Ua , lUli „ 
which are to be added together have unlike 



i fou III: hence, K.l.i.-:.'... . 



Sept.' lii, lSf.2 

rnoPOSED UnIVEKSAL EXHinmC 



rather said to c , ' " " ' general rule as. la i IS Paws—H is,annduficea that-a brtrtMa* 

I , , , 11,-IIJl! 

great many." 

Anion,, oon in I , | ' 1 I I lug is to be on a 

Sy'reo'SiS'g . ' ViM tToo'tee! 

.i.-i.-- u " h '-I™ '""' '" .-.mil,, .-.-i.iml ,.- ,i.|, r„i ,„ i,.,,,!,, 

forest, and in ibA..,„, ,„ „„,„r tbe in,- „.,„ed l",.-, ,.- Th b ,1, ,., V '■ , ,'. , , ,, "'"i '"' '""" ,''"""" 'V"""""" 1 ''> " ' "'" ! -"""> '-«•""» '"-'"->' i'd-d-u 

1 l A ""' ""' "Ill 1 , 

aand 8 oftb r e d", t ,l V ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' '' ~ ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 

M Intbe'fi',B d t e8 ad'Miir.. of a,,,- eark- nrnnlr 



It would, therofore, be neoejs'a 
arge numbers as only inultip 



oun U tdes. ri ''For'ir,8t\i i ' I 

y twos, the ancient M-x.c.iiis r,-.;l;.,n l,y on the ri.ilil „1 Hi.- line, and 



i ' it 

I. reiki a, looted I In.. p,a,, ; frr.n. tin- tl.ee;,, it p.-re.u,-e ■ 1,., I 

'--■ ' the It-. in, us, mil b, tl„.„, .,-., , i-pr.ad ,au to gain 20 

over a large part of the world. The Hebre ' " u 



?/i!!'.if.".. ri | bt ' 

that B I 



the Romans were t>bliu"il, itli-i 



, i;;„™„g r th p e eb p b e'b e : 

-riv id erre.itly at. ridded, by 



thus far, will give t 



-- gr.-.i-esl I iibleiiumliei of ,i.-„ ..... >.,,„ 



i Russia and Cbh 



Arabs, and by them 



impossible' to calculate 



- i ere I, . .;,,. ..) lb ■ leal.,,- 

"t -i.taii'.l v.inei) of v,,l 

given to tbe figures by i 






7 hig T : We' aniv 



The pupil, who 11 
o"sslbfe, 'byapi'ire" 1 






tim i e y w"l| S be'' S aincd C T rS rVa"ifmounto 

labor dispensed Willi, and t li- hit e 1 hn 



iiE,stSiii.s , 'o)xr 

„ 1 lb r l II ti \l , , 

.'....ll'i'il'iil '"l.'.V. ,.|,'. lip ,1:1, .Hi,. ...,'.|...l'l' 

oost invoked and indicate .piestions. 
The terra Algebr 

b m ans of ar o e gn 

i system of .1 i I 

mce of calculation, ,el its operations ,,„,», 



JBOuriOUS arlielei. lien ,,.,: „,, in |i,. lriB _ T |, e 

far 'capital of -• . .i,,,„„„ ,,„„ t :, r .,d r been sub- 

H 'il ,. and iieieli,,,:. !l (t : b'll'bli.i 

tin- Yeam.y Foon or 0»e Man.— From the 



'"' ...dl".| one feiullli I. 1 11, Inpoi:, id' , I , v f „,| pe, 

Si rules, d.tV me ieituil.il leu elle), 1 lull villlial; of ibis 

. ■ , i mills are vegetable ar.d the reit 
. Allega- j amount la upwards of 8(101bs. Enumerating 

re... line I'.u.ll.'-e.'l,,,'. . 1 |,'l,| 1 d^'..^',.,,!|l..VVl|"''^d,";,;."! 

■i ipiai, 11- ed .|u.i:ilil) is about 1,.'H!U pounds in a year. 




^rai^isKsa 






tin- l;i]f)\-.-le.)-r- rpfjuired by nav g.v 



i;:! 1 



■Iuiii'Iv .i.i-rie.1, though appi 
In'l'.-i'pi . '' •l' , |iak"™o[ ry Mi 1 *tu! 



Su'fr.iu, 



NEW ARRIVAL OF 

IV. S. RANS0H0FF & CO,, 

'"'new^merchaivdise, 



PRINTS. 

BROWS STSl^iTBTliSG. 

Satinets, Flannels, 

Linseys, Checks, 

Denims, Hickory, 

Jeans and Tweeds. 

DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, 

FALL AND WINTEE CLOTHTNS, 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 

I La»ge AssonuiEh-T or 

HARDWARE. 

Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Tobaceo and 

Cigars, Dye-Stuffs, Soap, 

Candles, and oElier 

GENERAL GROCERIES, 



100 


T II E DESERET NEWS. [S&ttembbii 21, 1862. 




dark, during which lime another roan was 
killed and four wounded, two mortaly. 


coarse? We have looked upon it as a settled capturing a few and causing the destruction, 
a.iom with the statesm-n of all ciriligcd na- bjrlhe Contedera es.of some of their beggag. 


On obtaining possession of the animals at 
about 8 or 9 o'clock In the evening most of 




Ibe Indians drew off, whooping and singi, g 


try were among the primary interests of the ' were reported. 




bi.le usly. Soon after the In ians retired, 


nation. | Sun 'ay, Sept. Uth, from what has been 






•"• made known, was .1 moal sanguinary day. and 


■': : S-~- '':■'. . '?■.":. ', 


who had each an arm broken, lift their posi. 


THE WAR IN MARYLAND. t om „ boul eij!llt , c]ocl . ;„ tne m „ ni „ ew tm 


<:•/•■ .:>:.£ r v'fy 


ILVJft."^"^^^^" ™ n "iSl 


„.,.. ,,.,., ~T , . .„ !'°°e"n«niahlfall, the storm of battle raged 
1\ ilhin the last few days the news from the alo, g the eastern slope of the Blue Ridge, 


.,. ,...,.v;;r,^;.. • 




seat of war, in west, r>, Maryland, has been [, om Mid. letown to the Potomac, and at 




creek, whe,e they placed them side by side. 


considerably interesting, for although the ac-.Haiper's Ferry and vicinity, south of the 


V.IU SSIII3.... EDITOR AMD PDBU8EXK 


life in each being nearly extinct, and then 






lei t them and moved slowly and cauti usly in 








W«iliie.fi. , ar > .<Sei't! > mbfr 21, ISG2- 


the direction of the settlements in Box Elder. 
They were five days without food, and fortu- 


federates, under o.-i.ei,: I., e, i tl,„ F, ,1,-ral r .,i„. Longstrcet and Hill, and fought the 


ANOTHER ATTACK ON EMIGRANTS 


n.le'y met a large company of emigrants 


ingly vague and evidently highly season, ,1 ,.",'', ,,,° n J l; | l'',,," j'"h'.''', "ht'li^'""'! 


BY IND1ANS.-SIX MEN KILLED. 






Hu , bold!, from whom they obtained relief. 


has enough 1 bt en announced to show conclu- ' Gap „ 8ix |niIe , fuHller ,„,„„ The r |lti 


On Saturday last a rumor was in eircula- 


Samuel Riley, one of the wounded men, and 


si.ely that II* . oiiima n.'ll.g gen.-l.ll, could ,,n bo'h fields is irprcsented .is having been of 
not well, with all '1. if slat, gy, avoid lighting. ,,,., ,„„,, ,],... ,..,,.,., 0|ll , lolie rr ,,.,.; ,,,-,11 v 



parlv, Mr. Cbas. McBride, formerly of Kc 
tucliy, and Mr. John Andrews, who came 



e of them from Cat 



rd the lowing of cattle, which 
suppose that a company of emigre 
ainped near by, and, on descryinj 



rede towards it for the- purpose of purche 

leant. They had not 'gone far before 

Indian and not sn emigrant camp. Met 
with some of the Indians, who appeared 
friendly, among whom was their chie 
leader, and aeoing a very large herd 



The other six, C. McBride, J. Andrews.Ja 

White, Eli Wilkin on, Liwson, 

Johnson Foster, the latter wounded in 

arrived on Thursday, and from thence to 



ompany were v.. II supplied. How many i 



eiiiingly having t 
McClellan, and 


nd fought 'i„gba 


TnuVStatt 


b, mail, select" 
the Con- McOle 



ey had (radictory arc the reports made tha 



i XI... Federal force at Fre 



n, from near St. Loui ; Joseph Sno 
pa Valley, Cal.; William Davis, of S 
, Cal., and Benjamin White, from Mis 



iry stores. The whole! made 



ady to go fort 
iockvillc, Md 



. I Gen. Lei 



d. They did not mistrust that their | Fair. 
ythlng wrong till they had rode on a As ou 



Clerk of Iho they 1 



Ihey should have all 'the Leef t 
They accordingly re'urned to the 



I specmLi 
,ed. J gro 



•Ungly re'urned to the company, I Although our country is said to be un 
of going iuto the Indian camp, i passed in range and hl.ssed with all the 

,artnient has been but meagerly represen 



■ere wounded, but only one rnai 
nd he but slightly. 
On reaching De Caesura creek, 



:rom Sugar Loaf 1 

, a Federal fore 

A Confederate 



spuing da ly, if not hourly 



led, and feared that Iho results c 



mil wounded on both sides, [ 
■dicers, some of them of high r 
iccountabl, grca'. 



ian Saints, Captains Madsen and Le'jeinjLu 
umbering about five hundred pereons, wit 
tghty wagons, and about six hundred hea 

ay afternoon. 

The immigrants are in gool health, an 
leir stock in good condition. According t 
le reports ol Elder Van Cott and Capt. Mac 

ether most of the way from the Missou: 



ng over the moui 



killed. From that tin 
middle of the day, tl 
%K4i>. «w«me.d around 



ere evidently days "of preparation." The .favorable 
Jnfederales evacuated Frederick, which was 'yield will 
medial, ly taken possession of by General ! pel ly cull, 
cCl.llan,. a, d, £.11- hack to the mountains, All will 
wards Hageretown, where Gen. Lee had.,,!., eta, 
tablished hs headquarters. The Federal ton in tha 



warm weathet 



t produced KilL be 1 



September 24, 18G2.] 



THE DESERET NEW 




and, 


ram t 


be reports of tb 


eprxoodi 






bod;, 






Wta 




riirlit! 




and Terr 






build 




Notwilb 




°Rl 








Cor 








railroad 




betp 


edily 


uilt. 






t'o 




lie tody ot Cba 


In E. Pa 












ailsc 






ngb on tb 




a>* 


was I 




1.8', j'L.t 














t mile 


below [be Jorda 


n bridge. 


Tnn 


iody 


CE B 


l»«,tbe other, bo 


y drowned 


b.-a 



l aaaigned. ta tb,e cQimajid 



™ fry Fuller, are expecttd in th. city on IV- 
y. TUey will probably d«1« tLe trip fatfk 
"'—day.,, 



THE DESEREf NEWS, 



[September 24, 18GJ. 




September 2J, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEW! 



©crural Notices. 

W. P. ANDERSON, M.D., 



©nurcil Noticce. 






SK&gS 



®£iurol Notirta. 

GEORGE BONELLI, 19th Warii 



W"i: 



CITY POTTERY. 



1.12-4 w - s - G0DBE - 

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 



IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! 



20th WARD WEAVING FACTORY. 



FIFTEENTH WARD TIN SHOP, 
CHARLES"!. JONES, 



©crural Noticca. 



This Day Received, 

PER MULE TEAMS 
FROM CALIFORNIA, 

STAPH 1 MERCHANDIZE. 

WM. JENNINGS. 



C It EAT IDDICEIIEKia 

CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL ft" LAWRENCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 
LOW PRICES. 



REMOVAL OF BUSINESS. 



JOHN LARSEIV, 



ftl 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS ! 



JOHN C. TATTON, 
HAT II AM V •? ACTU It EB 



NOTICE. 

SCHOOL TO PREPARE BOYS FOR ME- 

CHANICAL BUSINESSES, &c, 

To CommMi 1314 Stplcmbir. 

E. L. T. HARBISON, TEACHBR. 



SIGN OF THE GOLDEN BOOTS. 

m 

C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



FOR SALE— TWO FARMS. 

bail 20 loos ol nsj- on ibe P 1 *"— TrnmST0N -, 


1 


NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. 


I 



JUST RETUBKEDJFUOM TUE EAST 



H. L. RAYMOND 



^ F. J. P. PASCOE. 



Messrs. SAVAGE & OTHNGER 

PHOTOGRAPHS, PLAIN AND COLORED, 
IVORYTYPES, CARTES DE VISITE, 

AMBRO TYPES, MEI.AINOTYPES. 

CRAYON AND SOLAR PICTURES, 

PORTRAITS IN Oil., WATER COLORS, 

AND INDIA INK. 



UNITED STATES 
CAIL ^giBfe STAGE, 



L. I. SMITH, Proprietor, 



L"i^ 



MATCH FACTORY, 

MAIN STREET, G. S. L. CITY. 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 
MEDICAL DISPENSARY. 

Dr. J. L.~DUNYON 

w , si.SfSS:K3aj!!.?iBSi2»'S-S£ 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 



"u'tt"""'"'"' FINDLAY & MARTIN, \" 9.°" l"S'l'i «i"w> >*«! 



THB DESERET HEWS. 



September 24, 1864, 



BE STILL, AND TRUST IN I 



C ^(^^' il ^(!imi^' 



Friday Morning, 
Dear Sir:— Hivine an opportunity of for- 

lia pi.Mtrd in lime for Hi" northward I ound 
mini on Sunday, I flit down to do what nil who 

write. Therefuie, hoping I shall not weary 
vou with whrtt J iiiia^iri" to be well-doing, I 
snatch a few momenta 41 leiBure, before star'- 
ing with President Young to v. sit llarrisulle, 
Washington and St.. George, to dash dow.i a 

Btruso or prolix, but really before I could 

were some grounds for accusing me of both. 
— Please pardon the prologue! 

We left the folks at n t3 Vef feeling welt 
moat of theui Bhowing ijgns of cmti n ion, and 

tations of both mm and beast by the time of 



part ,'f"l.!!i'i''vil"l.'\rV Llily'w'n-l'! iTon- 
less bears some argns of a desert country, 

•> iviro;. prrhaps, l.n le Sal: Lake winch |r>s a 
l.-au'ifnl u!,i:c app.-acanr.-, lying away (■!!' 11. 
the western part of the valley-, but it loci- 

I'm ijip usBioua in de by former nwe euta 



... .j Red Cre« 
caik'J r.na^ouiuh, which means ifmfriii 
water. On the Wednesday previous to on 
crossing the bridge at this place, a hcav 

ehrwer of rain aided, it is tMipriw.l by th 
bursting of a cloud, caused (he wa'cr to ris 
three feet hi.;l:er than the planking of th 
I.i-iJm!, resulting in c nsiderable loss to som 



i blessed them and their teacher 



sheep. The prospects for sheep ra 
consequently for I he peop'e being i 






,) wan run-, — rli<l 1 s.iv nineV — 
(ill ihe world like the healing 
Led skillet! Ho 



K. II. Rileigh. 

Lorenzo Sncw preached an exc 



i cf ■•"•■')■ of subduing Ihe earth here, hinldni 
en..d Iiniaes, pi. iiiling g"„,! ore ha ids a n«t vii.t 
yotda that we may be pi , -pared to go mi 
1 op the centre ;.'.ll,e ..! / o ,. KM- I .I.di 



pare for the great future that lies befure 

President Young 'hen gave instructions to 
the people relative to present requirements, 
and lemarked that although bis visit might 

hme'lo'n-h.Mied lo ll,,-'.-! »Jim r'J]*' a Uracil 

orth-sorithern h.III.iiiwi'h w. u!.l, -I oe- 

r.ipy on..-M,einh part of tin- y.nr. I.M.-r 

Therea-ea number of good looking houses 

foundation* of all of them seem to have been 

After meeting meeting wer traveled on to 
itancc twelve miles. This is a name taken 

it of the T-rri-orv Then' aie Ihirl.-en 



' ; :. ,: :': : ; 



is called (MeMy-fuur miles from Kan 
roquervillB, and about tbirlccn of i 
ally covered Willi a loo-e kii.cl of vole 



II i ■■■■ .":. . I..i I ■. ii:' article, take miT-, 

u- dissolved in the juiee in the proportion of 



Take one-third from the middle of I 



boil-i pruprrlv; put if over a brisk lire, adding 
nolhing. . Tate off tbe Bkim, and evaporate ! r n 

as fasi ;i, may I"- without scoichnu:. ' 



hey appear, set oil" your pan and pour into an 



i .■■'.■ .-.".i' 






boiur.K3'nft 


A ', '""l 


c«°, rT'p" nds 




aridity witb v. 




"let tCo.."To d v r i.h a good y 


eld of food 










tome of tbe 




"' 1" T-iVi "''' 




are turning 







w.dgl,tofoui 












■ ~h 


























desirable This 




tile 




Hichol.e alt. cd 












Ilia 




a very far abea 














u v. 


ah to increase th 


e quantity of 












the 










'to lithe""™ 


r"in wl?icn C g 






een well boiled 


or Ihe |,ice of 







TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. 



FKESH IMPORTATION. 



REMOVAL AND ARRIVAL. 
CHISLETT& CMBK 



NEW GO O D S 



STAPLE AND FANCY DRY fi00D«, , 

GROCERIES .HXD DYE-STUFFS, 
BOOTS AND SHOES, 

Olotliing, 

White Lead, Oil and Varnish, 

Tinware, BakB Kettlefl, 

Cooking-Stovee, Brass Kettles, 
Iron Kettlea, Crockcryware, 

Concentrated Lye, G. D. Caps, 

Shot, etc. etc. 

Own, Odls, and ll.irhy (a/.en in exchange for 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



TTH AND LIBSRTT, 



NO. 14. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1861 



VOL. III. 



THE BATTLE OF ANTIETAM. 



ant Sharpsb'.rg. The Federal forces i 
Gene. Hooker, Franklin, Banks, Porter, 
ner, Courb and other commanders, foil 






.ighty i 



aat were made by t 
j two days, the pub 
;and that General L« 
, equal, if not superi 



)y re-crossir 



ac,and proceeding up 
wards Winchester. 
While the people oC the North and West 
were rejoicing over the success which had at- 

14th in Maryland, and the expulsion of the 
enemy from that State, aad tiding were 
flashed over the wires that evening, which 
caused a "lull" in Ihc hilarity indulged in by 






rout the length . 
the ascendancy 



W'h <t ir.irrpiredon thel8th 



o the public journals; but that the main 
ly of the Confederate army, soon after the 
.tie, and before the 21st of September, re- 
BBed the Potomac there seems to be no 
douM. 

The result of the conflict was unquestion- 
ably a Federal victory— according to the 

what w,a announced after the fighting 

ceased on the evening of the 17th, it would 

that although Gen. McClellan and his 

officers cia ; med the victory, they did not con- 

t would probably depend on which of the 
mding armies Bhould obtain reinforce- 
s first. The presumption ia, (hat both 
>a were so badly crippled and exhausted 
neither of them were in condi ion to re- 
the battle, and report says, there was 
ttle or no fighting (!one on the 18th, and 



hich they subsequently crossed, but whe 
I not certainly known, so contradictory a 

a have been conducted Bolely by "Stonewa 



have been unaccountably large in officers, 
and that of the enemy equally as great in pro- 
portion. Their entire los*, while in Maryland, 
is state I at thirty thousand. 



tnbty, and con- [office t 
i of Nebraska 
Us, nor eligible 



thereby done to D 
fought, bled and dit 



lot in lr,y pn.j.er s'll^e ,1 Clh/i-li o[ ,\et> rl 

wid ineligible to election as Delegate tin 

tie ia Chief Justice of Utah, and is such i: 
receipt of his stipend; jut contei ( .l.i that i 
no more a legal necessity for him to rcBidi 

Judge of the Supreme Court for I'tah, tha 
is for a Delegate to reside in Washington 
while acting as Delegate, win Li argumei 



The AV>/W,« lirpublimi, in alluding lo I 

Judge to reside in the Diatrict where ho 
called upon to act, while it just as clearly s 
pointedly requires that a Delegate in Congress 
sh.ll reside in the Territory which he repre- 

difference in the two cases, which the Judge 
will fiaJ it very difficult to explain away. Tl 

the question, that. Judge Kinney is eith. 
drawing his salary as Judge of Utah Terr 

seat as Delegate in Congress from Nebraska 
With the political wrangles and section: 
udsofthe Nebraskians the people of Utah 
ave nothing to do, and they care not whetbei 
navowcd.ultra-Republican or a Hard-shell- 
'emocrat Bball be electedDelegate to CongrcBi 
ut if the prayer of the UtoniaiiB for tlieadmis- 
on of Deseret into the family of States shall 
ut be favorably answer-d, shortly, and the 
ipposed political necessity for exporting 
udges hither from other Territories, or States, 



Sumner, who rallied the Federal columns, and 
drove back the Confederate?, retook the lost 
ground and gained a little more, and at five 
in the evening, all the enemy's posi'ions had 
been carried but the right, and Gen. Burnsidt 
was ordered to drive them from that. He ad- 
vanced with his infantiy, after opening upor 



The battle is said to h 

time darkness put an c 
blood, for when it can 
exhausted, ceased fi^hti 

represented that they \ 
Federal loss being esum 
and that of the enemy i 



ning force, wh 



1 been made by which t 



CHIEF JUSTICE KINNEY. 
i Chief Justice Kinney, who If 



p Congr-'i- 
NG THE 



Wednesday the 21th ult, Capt. H< 
Duncan's company of immigrating S.iitn 
as expected, being the first church ■ 



lliiily .\.i\n, 
and liiinlinrui's, v 



jeveral loaded with merchandise for Mr. C. 
H. Bassctt, It. C. Sharkey and etbera, came 
in on Thursday, and en Friday, Capt. Ware- 

bn ln's independent company arrived. 

The second church train, Capt. J R. Mur- 
dock, arrived on Saturday, the report of 



Thet 



i Capta 



\ M u - 






principally children, as v 



:oroprising the Third Ju- 



nge in the Judgeship, so far as ws 


have be n Bullet while traveling by land .n. 




8ea near y half the circuit of the globe. 


rromhis "temporary visit" lo Nehras- 




the resumption by him of tbemties 


live tome t me to-day, and Capt. Harm™' 


flice as Chief Justice of the Supreme 


in the coarse of a week. 


for Utah, to his election to Congress, 






THE ANNUAL FAIR. 


Judicial department here, which 




lave to be filled under the ru'e, by the 


The annual Exhibition of the Deseret Agr 



,een nominated by 
Delegate to Con- 



l!ed, and Generals j other man for that office, 
juff, Stdtfick, Dur- There seems to be quite i 



or Representative to Congress; for although a.nd cc 
Judge Kinney haa heretofore been exceedingly J arranj 
fortunate in being paid by government for I ting u 
services not performe i, he can hardly expect to; an 
to receive the salary of Chief Justice for Uta" 

there might be an arrangement made, as buj 
geared by a contemporary, for t!:e holding of 
Courts in his District in_Utah during tl 
cess of Congress, in the summer season, 

th roughly learned in such mntteis to si 



fore, aB Judge Kinney is represented i 
very sure of hia election, he may not e 

after the fi. st Mo .day in December, i 
hundred and sixty-three. That he 
paid his regular Balary as one of the 



106 THE DESERET NEWS. 




[OCIOBEB 1 


1862. 


[Ooelloca Irani p.ee »7.| 1 clerk, an the case may require, Bball be evi- 

THE EXCISE TAX LAW. deuce in any court of the truth of . 1 . .- I.ui 

Sec. 21. And be it further enacted, That in hereinbefore provide.!, re collector or clerk. 

■ i",i,l 1. v.iti.-lv 11,. ,,.,'ie i.i ;, -,.: i'mi- 1 i, ■ i | ■■!, :!■ r. .■.,.: .■!,■;. - ,.,!. an! 11.. 


REASON AND INSANITY, 
(liven by eomc philosophers, vil., that U fo 


C Is equ 

'"I'.'T'li",' 

II ec«l. a .l!l 

-. i i:u:..i . 


ItoD, MtoN. Thee 


are simple 


iii- ,!,'„'...,': 


lations are deduced, ar 


-'"-• »' 



deputy . .,f.. ,1..i . Ml,„.i ■)■ .: n...> be to l.i, :- cm under .■:.'. I.y »::!,„■ . I II. e to,.;.- and mils, e. e I....I lio.o our , .- ., ,.:...■!, a-i.vn „|.|.,i.s |„ . , I. ,,i|,er. I-or instan 

collect the -ni.ie hy n.-ir-ur,. ,.:,.! r-.ile of n.il n i; pr..< i. oi ,i shall h, I . I,: to have acrr .,.! f,...t iheic ar.- n, !L- loii.r ill .1 n..ii.y phi- c ,u.i: In V .n.,1 D e,|ual to N, it wi 

nnd\ii'l e° si, a'l l'c i ve ','..' .'■ '•'■■''.'"■ ■ |'--- • -u n-'- d,c.2; And h'.' !■ ! .'.I'-'il-r , meted. Thatif'lect The a, -la 'and ' demeanor of certain lhat C i» | e.;ual ;o°N, in conacuu 



, l"- V.-...V.' 



i.ssmtbeoidmary As remai led before, ,„,„,.,„; 
Itivo pirts.v.e the pre ,. , an 

Crinai.v he the drav, n from Iheui lr the i.r.-in 
.f Napoleon's'a.iny >|„ „„„„„; pa.t „i tl,, ;.;,..-, 

th. banks of the li.e-.y ,,n,|.:... llni f,e Ily 



^TC^'an,,',,,. 



aysYnTHguts, t'be l>.° 



......... ,, i.Uhr 

..l'lir..| u'.akiu's 



,i..p.-i,. ui-h the ,.. I. of a-veri .„< uo |er, he 
elllii." Ihesa ^ And III..- | nrte.iini:s tva I, and 

of duties the purchase and r -ale ,f j-r.-V- ■' > ul.itb Mauy oth 



Professor Dr. Sea 






plying ''"''"'""''^'""Yu^ac^^ 

-I I- I 1 lur-i.-r ,-..:, I- '. II -1 'I..- 'l:,' ... '. . '■;'. .' '.'..,'„'■ : ,' |, ', ' ' ,',. .'.','■ e.l \''X''. 



cilil therefor, if n- mil to the C mi ..„. i ,.| Internal Revenue I, na 

days thereafter li- a ataleinen: of ihe i-d'ecHoi.. made by 'hern. I the 






■ by the | with diHiculty 



Ktbe].;.,,.!^;:':,;::!," 1 ;^' t;™;.;";ir?? :.:; ",,;: ;;.,'. :>:Ji ;v;,:.i;: M i: i ;;,:;^' t ';r,':;;^: , ;':';u,;'„i"„,^ , ii';[r 
ih'-c'i ,.',,':; .h'.V-'.'.V"':!,.' .''n'.'a'u. ^;.' c "u;:-:; ; .uW ! .d L h;;'';,j'i ; .'',;:;;:: ,J .,l' > . ;.< ,;;..:■■;,•"■,:''" ;■':. ;"" ly t 1 '■"""" '"' '"■'"!"" 



,", '."'', m u';l',"f iH'n'-',' .V ',r.'v '■'';; iy<h«^ct>*\ii'°' °' i °" ,niir pre 



n, c "oi i,,;\fo;!::;h f "::,i l :;; l .. 1 '';; : :..';p,,::'" , l ':;," 

Hue l„, „„,,,. t„„e,„ „ „,, :|,e > ,-ilali.,:, ol a Co.u 

o'll'i" "','n,'" ,n'.'; , »'i';'! ■"co 1 ' i ',V".i- !1 r ; i , ' i I.T."i' : i : 

'.:.," n.'V.'-)'.'" i-.-V ',.-■" V.'."ris "."| l !,.'Jted't ; o ,1 sT ! ,'n''i r h° 



Commiasionerof In 



With. : 
Li'o;' . 



ally l.opelesa and pr. 



e, but esp cally , 



^w.-'i^isp^s? 1 !;; 



,,Cy'" 



'■•.',;.-';.:,:> 






[njrtwalr'reav'" 1 "- ''I '"""V ,' IZ'TZ L ,'.''» ',,' I,! ■ ""'."n'm Mb'.,' > 



by Ibeblcik Uu'll ul Cul 



: -d ... cl in. 1 u-- r.a.son.n^ of a sound person la fouide.l ., .1 'h.-i ;.,..■ 

tiiuei.l over the .up,,,, fa,,, ,|„ a.,.,u„,j , ,-i j'.i .-!., ..f u.i.es .„ , I, 

|.bo,efa c . 8 ,„ wll other. |d:st.u« u „a 



October 1, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS 



PANAMA HAT9. 
nd the principal chain of the 



I'ar...,,,.. 

r'.tc.'i ; 



,il li r H 1 I 1 '■ 



these breaking appear in the form i 
I when the work Is done. 

... I,;,,,, „[ the foul'.,.,...™, to bo fit to 1 



The oomoonoxo ig th 
three days. The str 
Bpatchedtoallthepla, 



sr 



Peru, are dillieu.lt, di 
■chandise. NoUitbatat 



are annually exported from the provi 



Hitherto the high price of the Pat 



noBrly every one. The Panamas aro distil 
guiehed from all other hate in being in a <ing! 
piece, marvellously light, and of incomparab 



;;■,, ,rr 



T"" 1 ' """ Eiig'Ju.Mt.ijjustf.cgu,; bu 

is sure gr eatly to ex tend. 

GRINDING AN AXE. 

"When I waa a little boy, aaid Dr. Franklin 
remember one cold winter u.uniug. I w.i 
ic.os.ted by a smiling man with an axe on hi 

'.My pretty boy,' aaid he, 'has your fathc; 



• f. Mow.' 



Could I refuse? I ran and brought i 



i:at"h r e flat"er°lfkea'.o 
nd bitterly did .'rue the d 



STIU.XGlli dl' TIM- CONFEDERATE 
ARMY. 

The Washington Slur of a recent date, pub- 
shea the following. 



me l3l,M..,l'llil i 



aton. Gen. Leo and al.ul left litch- 
to. ltd Uoad-qiMilrrs. (Tabids r.irm, Nine Mile 
't.i.t.l,) for (,..rd.u,-eil|e, aftm t . I. t;t .1 piling lo 

It it' p , and 11. Gen. Pcmberton, rot as'mauy 

is could be snared fronilhedelVi,,,. of Cliarlee- 
on. Ded.ie, from igs.nen, on .lune 2nil,, in,. 

would leave llS-.linii. l.n.„a ,11 l.a't 1 1-9 of 
Richmond say la.flit I. Number remaining, 
liiO.IHi.t, to which add new Hoop, aii.nntl, and 
deduct therefrom 20,1)011 for the defense of 
Richmond, would make tin- Confederate army 
of Virginia opp „i'e 0111 lines to number 110,- 



ment, re, pure a, , to l„- I „f la.ii.mii 

ids mi.et also be filled up. What ,01111- 



eggmgtliemt. 
nig I I 



fijffi 



EoSsS 



MAKING A NEEDLE, 
s are made of steel wire. 



'Tue-needle^ter. takes h 



rs the beads r.f I 
which ia running a fiut 



ids end lorw-ir, 
mber of forty 



the punching of 
The Bpi e |ting''[ol". 



ro twelve hours or more. They 1 

, '',' r " nl'' ' "1 ' ."TiT'-i"' 



What Has Become or THE Soldic 

The President says he can't Ml iilul I.., 
come of many of the men wh : "' 



2e'"oi caQ*ten?°-[TraTeller. 



call Mr. P.d.e, ,M.e.„.„,i ., gicen extract of th 
^"eml'.rVh/'rr .':''' en,; ' i'l 'Vl.lZ .' 

Stood III Itreil ol liiu.l ; toil 1,„1 tlleovtl,; th 

east tmiroiedu.i, ,.| ,.,,■ « the,,,, he open: 



°On'egl. 



ifterwattl.he c night sight of the long-l 



engthof body and [impose, let dr 
■opine eciiCs rear. The caucus! 
».t-rending. The something nl)., 



-- P .W 7 tc,«L,o'"",s''-, ' ''''"■■ ; "l r,-"',io„ 
dn.le rV,oVii'th*'pi'ice','d r sl,'"f , 'r',;il.!'wed" "Ti 
citizens of Dubuque were iniirh incensed t 

,h. P t P i'" B The l re ! < u°JV',.l'll'i llis't' a-'t. m'pl'e »'.' 
of „ highly gratifying ii.,;,ne. Hie Dubu ;, 
Timti say.: 

ivay ,'f making el.ol hi di.q.p.ng tl^ ilov. 

ba r ir!i°tUe'u'i-"|n!,'e^u,o.ao,,'teli'''"lt'ltii', 
out th it tills metliod „f making shot has be 

of'j'j.ii w'.i'i ,'l'd ".' w.iii.-'-Tlow'aPjpe" 






.'/V'.,' ,',V, 

;'-,'i ,',,„., don.. 



ag largely of cold III 
^ofheT.ro.,, 



on \u7^<lu^^O^V^ill"" " 
PATBiOTIC.. r Hitrii-ll.ree joilllg ladiet 

Ken)' (;,.oi.,cV ] - i.oM.ig totaue Ihe pla 

'""■|| it li") "i" lu.pioi, the present oj.p 
11. n,i, of seritngtliei, rountrj in the capac ty 
of soldiers. The, moreoie, ag.ee ... ,-;■«> 
quit when thB young men hmorMl ' 
A pretty etronp, hint, that. 



tt$&8xss$fii 






e thf.ii^li!.H wiTf wholly ,;[jj;, okv 



Ni,a.,cc.- [NcwYoi kSun 
N.i Much DivrcncxcE 



dm could lia.c si pi will, a Judge, would you 
,ol?" "Yes, yet honor," said Pat; "and I 

n the tuld counthry before ye'd been I Judg , 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[October 1, 1862. 



-~~~, V iV \L. l J'l'l ' ,-,■•„ . Ii''l| :»-lve»a, Jovrr.:- , . V-, '-_— ~" ' '- ■ Elder John Taylor ad.lres-c.Uh 



of Grafton were already ae- 
nmediately. 

la. I li..'n- 



EU4S SMITH.... EDITOR AND rUBLlSUER. 

Wednesday. October 1, 1SC2. 



PROGRESS OF THE WAR. 

Tbe:0 has been bill airy little «ai m 



Like C.I 



r of Grand Island, Colusa county, | * b.oulav, Sep. 14, 18b:!. '< Htiueim" ia 7h '''ilo.-i'inn'a of Cliriat, i" inn 

thia season, as reported, eiglit acres e ditor Deskpet News: . | and wUIJje the policy of Una , i.iu.i. to -. m 

cellent tobacco, which lie is manu- , D „ ar Sir:— ll.ivms 



i,t:,i unheal f,-.ini,o il. ■"»» '"" 
'.,' I.ir'.'e r.'fil on the tun- and 'l ey expend- ,1 " ,c ",'"' ' "■",'' '" '' I 1 ""' ' i |"l ,, " v " Jj" |, ,,' ,, 



from ordinary debts, and the law was^Bpecifi 
'on that point, providing tliat the ta 
Bhould be paid in coin, \vl 

not constitutionally abrogat 



c'li Congress could "I '"■'- ■ ''"'" ■ ''" ■"' ; "»i <-'.<p'»i 



spinil.l'i.,' To- f-'io-tr ■ 



I First Lie 

Ills any one v. ill .n-kinm ley .-,. In.l.in. : . ) l '"j ^ l ,; 1 | '',j ; " D ;. il „ „„,, , r 

'sanFraneTsco 8 ' p.s 11 "h ;' r \':!^ ^^ , "l:," ;. I ^", TJ' 7 . '^ Il !^,, 'li' "'i,:..; ;■- ■'.'.• 'h- ••; > - ■;";; ' 

r,., ohm t a i, a to, r.- (■'■■'■'■)' I\'" ."* l.iledar..ll|.»:i:,l..l I "■■■;'■ ',! ' ' 



cf of the sick and a 



of Joseph Field, aged 



iged nine years, was 



C 01.. CO.X-M.'K'S COM.MAND. 



lid Federals respectively from the ltith to ; a 

youndeil during that time is unknown. ] t 

CALIFORNIA HEMS. \\ 

The United Slates Marshal and the chief of ; h 

.rders from the Secretary of War to arrest L 



bv 'he I 1 """ 1 ui'<uic".jli 
us m an T ,,g r u 






lependent of all foreig 



Mrs,,.). Hiram 11. Ciwaon 



..I in Hi- Territory, mas- !•■"' "\ "" coinage, it 
t!'o',u's,,''j-'i lighlj 



,i,,iy l 



i II, at oint.. u,l 



a. a I llo ,i I. vol.'.-, twUiili C I M- 



i Clawson's 
thcmtbatuh.il I lo j .■„„ ,i,,n.- ,™ n j. I'io r Calder's eal made to i .,,_•:,. I,y > 

I. in a. I on of <;.. I ,-, a if ' li - \- v t r c iireac'l.iiij the to! -:■•■' .!. Tool op Hi- to of. n m- j . ■ ! . . i - . . .. L i .- . t 
° l'. Ira I .o-oi'^OT, E.T. Benson, Gei 



: 'FY 



■!e sum of "'- ' 



.•ilh our frien, 
y, at 10 a.m., 

. BiinJi.i;.' 



I \ 1 II i ■>' I „"( l|' 
oily .Tor east I iron lo ;on die.' 'I'" Youoe;, uaa called Cottonwood or Hi 
Inn, of moootai s and descend j The ] eople being already gathered 






N-phi .loin, 



Indian name of 



ai't.jle to, vr.ibin or county cllieijl, no'. 



Count 


Coui.T.-An . 


Ijuurn.-d sesjio 


eCoun 


y Court for Grea 


t Sail Lake Cou 


ill be he 


d to-day, colon, 


ncingatlOo'cl 



October 1, 1862.] THE DESERET NEW! 



,ake City. On reaching the publi 



Saturday, 13th. RETURN JOURNEY OF PRESIDENT: RmiJ T.llm™ 'nitlUi.ll..A 111 
WOUNU AND COtMPANY. I by five (.milie.: The. . families wcnl to n 

am tironnlit Hi- water, I.y means ,,. a ditch 

G. S. L. City, Sep. 30, 1SC2. distance ,„' r,m,i ., fion, ,, lake known 

D I!I>E , Ki».: !R"u,,d Valley Lake, which ia one ami a hi 

«._» afford. m . greatpl.a.„,.t.'¥t , " , -° nB M-e c,,,r,er. of a mil. „., 



„.,,' i..„w any. heie in'L'.ali', ., I i, ,.( W.,'. 1,- I ,', ,.'„r 1 1 i ■„' U .1 1 =>.'. ,.,,.,„■', 'a I ,' .1 ',. 'w'.i'.U- "u In,.', "hi l"l',e ',',', ',!',' ".'ii'.-'y ai'h)' in,"':' i J.'ul,' ','■' ' | JS'.M ITo'lTn " ^ '"' y) 



To,|iierville. whno 



i.in.l-le.nv.l c,et„.i- l;. i; ,o,i, J. Taj 

^.'■'.LtH/th ; :.','' !v, „ ; '. , ,l Vv' , "'!''' l: '', ■"' i ''', [■'^■'.'■p^"_- <^» ^^ y m M^nlL 



loalth. Iromaln, yo 
I to Kaiiarra. A § meeting wascalloil for of labor," which "he treated In ."maa'tirt,' I'"""" C. J. a.tiujh, Seeleta 

f!" '■'l»h,c.>ha.le ,.r,-Kl,i|.g. Diirn.g .1..- disco,,!..,, ol Elder si, he n,. , 9 , ,„,.,,, ,1 ,„ I be disad- I L- 

'■.,.'" .' >'.'"" t-r.in.h 1. ■!.••/■■ M."W. I..- 1. 11. 11I... I, ' H, ,.i'e,,. 1- , ,r- H.'.i.,, ,,,, , I ,1, 1, .cat i „■• mi sue I. a Ctrl', ill RlKll'K'S 1'OHPANY 

■■'■"■'■ " ''jec low piece of Un.l l,.ro I Hie selection 



o.de.l... hi.,, ...,.a. A ,,....i„i. „.,.,., II, ,11m „,■ |.,i„, ■. „,,,.:, 






I , I PI.!'! f'M i'V "■',,", I'i ""' ''''"" ""'" ?"'' !" ! '"' " i ""' ""'' K " ITO " I'rvtiil.T Ni. 

• Lord 1,0,1 , t It. 1,1 -I,, ,,l i I.,' 11. I ,i,.| .,■ 1 |,i , ,,,,,,, S |, ,,,, ,,,,., ..ni, ,, ],,..,,,. mnonna. I . . 



r. dms 


aken upon them tu 

eon to Cedar, bell 
Ezra T. Benson 

cc""cl,i', lly' iipou" 
cbich Pre.. Young 


ZHin m 

, J. V. Lone, Join 


,,.,,. 


i P lh 01 ot''[ne e eo°p , cl" 


taught by the Latte 



nd toManti.t 


iheiraWaifer^" 


mi,,.',,;'"' 


idera. 
train, Capt. Jo 
e o„ Hi,. -' [ : 1 , 

pleasant trip i 


hn R. Mur- 

r.lolr.-nl 

!i mi':')" i,"'.'.' 
nrg.111.rrd. 


/ „'■', i'-i. 


'?^'1 ba Al!.'"° Chart. 



, north ot this 'of , r hi. 1 ill il , „i , L, I „, „, I, I 1 , I in, rl 1 , , lb, peace and h. 

",i,i.»II„ii. the thins, ot Hie kingdom. Bore Tuesday. [existed with in, d.rmg the cut,.., j., urn 

Ibehe e, has testimony 10 il,. tinil, of the mission c,f ; I„ the morning our company ran, I, e,l Port 1'"' nriniige,,,, iila made by the autl 
H 111 l,,s i,.,-h- .losepli .s'nnlli, an.l ,als,, ilia, ..t tlieTclve I '.oh, ., ,,,,,,, ,1 .. ..,, ,i,|., u,, • , . : - I,. ,,!,,, |,. S' ' " -",>m ■'! e'' 'sU tion. 

ol tl.lV.llS been An .>'les, declaims lh-u> lo he then.-, if al'et leu The Piesi.lel,' |,:e. I 1, ,| , „ „„,■.„. ' "i" '<•' !■■-.»; -- ' uugal Iot-.I may «... 

Territory has p inled to carry out the designs of the Ai- a, la, eel lo the eiri-uii, .1 .11 1 tli- |,. ,.,.!,. '^ J" 1 *;",.^ n J'""^. ^ i,'*,"^, ,','". '] ',[ 

'" ' ' A.' s™itti,'"j.'. , lin"V'.i}'i'.r'"..'. , . l ,l )"'"» siucelely. ° 



ad- Loi 



This was .1 w.i m, ilnsty day. Out Inter L-i 
ompany reached B.a.er early in the a 



1'UE PAYSOiV FAIR. 



Elder tie, 



, ,; i'',.ylo'l a'd U.'oreeA.'saml, bme hi"",',.'"" 



' i.--I..I..|ly. 



■11 Coi.ii.ig ■l.rmigh Sill C pI; Kinyoii we met 1 sources Of the country and lloi 

tmeuls, UiscriDing meir uounsun g con- I'.,,l,n,i Wells and ukiiln. ,.|,„" 1, ,d emu... „, u,e production from the eh 

"■ F| . |a ^'C j'," 1 '',"^"'^ I'Vs^iu'iiie'.'iVl'' I!!,? we're < -"<"" : " and 0f lhc esscnlijl 11 

urneyed lo Corn creek, slay iug at t ,', e .'.., y -la'l i.hat u ■ I, id". I ..i..'.,g 1 ."pih.t i.s co .forts of life.. 

; l„,l, „,„.,. A 1. mi wis l"ld ml, e ...I, . 7,.,.l imj.e.l oyer in.- , „ >,i , . . onlly hi . The a inoiint of home manufa. 






Ilorlliit^l ,.l /.i,. ant a!s,t,, id. 1,1 ''' | ,,",,,'.,' t j '.:',,',' . ,". , ^ v ,. , ' ^ .', ,'.", , ,'^ r ' '[.. ttVe aetl Je-- FKOM 1 HE SOU 1 IL 

^^'•"^•;i^l' l }:' , ";yi^' ! "; m l ';;; ,",',.",:, ';;,'; ;';:' v t',i;;;' L ll ';|;L™i' i ' 1 'iwf.'i cloapTcTtv, tac.. 

' 1% .hop II, 

•leium L Y. totiO. 'bet dismi;ie4yyi..hhenedjcUon, 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[October 1, 1892. 



, f.llow.,1 j„ Fr; 



I'CRI 1 



«1-T«i}lVU 



,li,e.kin.|veryl,t,letodoto raise our own silk. Tbe 



icTa'dies ol our oily wei 



'. > l'.','!'!!.'!''.!,"' ,'r ,"| ''.'■ , . ''•'.'."- , - 'u.-Vn'entire* flock. It may bo a iked if a fat 
> !..',! .i"noi,Mlic l»iit> l" hc "i' "'' ' ,lk " ! '" 1 s '' ,,l ' ? ' a """'"' >'"• 



'■",'. ! * ( " M . ( , ",.,„,* ■,,,,, a ''.nit- curf, hnl tt mop 1)1.111 pays fur itself 
,"...',;■'. .,,"..,,1 „f ' " 111 11"- trow Hi .1.1.I quality of tile wool, if 

IK'"*,-™' 1 -Ff;, 1 , '/,' , l lr ;, n I l l ;; t ; 1 ;; 

'"" 1Va ' C ' n 1 lo,.r'i .... ' . .f l,,..|...i,.l apply 0110 ounce and 

■hy ■' J 'l"b" b.ifm".i Tli- 11. <• fa'.. I .li'.-.ui. which I Bhall notice 

™. *_".'." * '' ° whi-b'hs 1 ...1 ..-.-.I i o-ks of sheep near' 

'■y one hall in llie course o( a few .Ian. The 
.ret eymploun of the disease are tbe follow- 
ng: Tt.- Hi:..,-p 1, notK-.J to stop, bangs down 
■r publishes the f ■!- its l-ad .1:, 1 dinks, L. g, lis to Leave, ,u,,l Bonn 
',.,..,„ .1 ■.-. ■'.'■•'.-I., 'hews bae. 1!.. bead. st,ipgl-s .. 

a lady.nrelat, „ ,,„,,,,,, 1 ., ,1 „ „ , , 1 

ng, milk and making by a quis-:, ae.-utn.il ,t,.,-, of flesh and blood, 



workcxhlbiledby nutteri 

led in any part of "I rule shallow tin pans, and set tbe milk 

iy of .lira. It— I lnil.l... . 1 two inches in depth. My e 

pericneeis, more cream can be had from t 
lat fmit Of most same iimn-i... -I milk by raising the p . us fr. 



plume, 






, > l lhe°m"kthicke , nB, 0S i e "rei 

an earthen pan, keepit 



ngtb, 



T.-r It)'' display of llowriswe feel especially 
John.on,olS r r,i,rT'!. 1 e , ^lb'.' 1 '" 



sill ol h,,.-, B-leCTsN 11 .is of a ..IV 1,-; !.. 1 10 ol •■ , n 1 1..- f. .1 lo iv I ,,g n.a ]..■■ I 

u:e..-i .pi.il.'v. It resrm'.led lion.-y mils Take ra in we I -t and as time h me k-s.ii, as e , 
o|..| .....I .las ii, .1 ! a til pleas,,,,, lo tlie la. He. possibly be iual» I o ,1, .sol ve l.y helling, a.b! 

1 musl I,,.' ..mil P. me, iiiou th- ,l,s t ,lav in in- one I -a ,| nlul of salt p- 1 or I- -a eh -a! 

b- -Iiaai, ,1 I,,,-; - „p - . a 1 1 v a I , a ,,,!■ , at,- 1 a, of 1,1 : lie, folia. u tin a u- Ii a li , ,ilo 1 -.tie 

pinning "heel made hi- ah. W. II. Ternary, ' cold. 

■Mcli ivijlli. i.l.jr.l of adu, ration |... all !.,- U-iHer l:,»,s awe.'.-r for me v. itli-i.t wish 

lolders. her- besides being decidedlv belter in ll-.er.r- 

\n.l, in eon Insioa, wo weld - V ll,al m, in ,,„ ■„ , ,,, u „„- ,t u.iis. t- pr-p-rlv 

.1,1-11 -le Id -.lllllnl |.e given to I Ii ->,.-„ 17..1 !;..!; batsb aibl lb-re be ,1 lew plPi-l- of 

•f Hi- society, 11/ , J, II. J! -. I,,- I....... l,„,..,.„.„|k allow. ,1 to remain, the .nalityof 

■•••. »'. It. Tei.n-v and w. II, 11,1-1,, f,,, ii.,, 1„, 11,, will I...I be inr.r.d as much aB by 



This 1 is,, I lea i-iti.eof lb- p.. ilia f ri-t-op- 
o-.l'.ern'e "!?*" " " ilb " Il ° d " , 6 » «■«« 
Its r mis. which are used for dyeing, on 

i.on- as thick is a e ..,.,»c-,;„ill, and oflen ,wc 

r thre- fee' lo g; t!,-y are cm ■ s-,| of por- 
ous, tn.itel by a kind of ante ,1 1, ,„. ,,„,,„: 
-hich numerous 11 a... mts IP . .1 1, . 



In winter, I heat tbe milk Bligbtlv; 
>ived to scald, jhe butter will bejjily." 

diseaiTeTamoSS sheep. 

The following communication was w 



wbieh extend horizon-tall, "nder 'iTud j "' "* " ££w«™»!» Spent.™ 

prop, re ,..,,- ,l„, ,1, „, .,,„„., lUe l.al.nn ' 1 wi- 

d,e ^\ b " p i , ' "i°'r;"it r ^ v..... I.-..;. 1 . ' ' ',„", 



,..,. id he p., 



|g.ous d.sease. We bear of many differ 

Illy eli.'-te.l lloeks ttodi year to ye. 



to tin.., tbe preelection of madder from s-ed. 
Madder rcp.-es .1 light, humid soil, amelio- 

?un«d' y T?. e r.?^f\r.rv"lt.^^Til. 



P, afi-r .,,--,.. tlttr.t ;„ r...,r-l, row a .h. tie, 



1 separated by deep 



"■"" l'-ar lo year, wasting he, I, a.-.d 



ear', wlu-h 'bone's .tsel'f in tbe akin and 
topes a „,„,.!„, e to ,„e and form the scab. 



> ( mi by I... t 



■amoved to a fresh range 



TOBACCO AND OPIUM CULTURE. 

We v'sited the model tobacco ranch of M 
Wyoeoop, a patient in the Insane Asyluu 






.rope, that tbeCal 
on lodged there to 



V bands. ,ne or,-? Is it not qui 
,„t extremely well made? Ho. 



REMOVAL AND ARRIVAL. 
CHISLETT & CLAHK 

n'b W GOODS 



products now flout,, lung I..1.11 i.,i.- ,1 . To 
barco berng comparatively a ww crop, w. 

five hundred plants are frowing and' lookinj 

very Ibtifty. 1 l,e sin .ll-siv ol, pen..;,! leaf i.s While L. 



STAPLE AND FANCY DKT GOODS, 

GROCERIES AND DYE-STUFFS, 
BOOI-S AMD SHOES, 

Olotbing, 



of pi, 1- or twist, st, ,.,,.. of t 



Glass and Nails, 



> best Sodll ond Salel 






-I oil ,|,e lower ld.11, 1,-s are i-wd.-yinB 

1 t I L 1 . I , 1 1 I 



I," : hicb e ,T"bink. a , will be 'moL su 



veang'es-the flower of tbe ,,-.-. y, 
ut four angles. He will have Bo, 

THE GREEN GAGE PLU.\ 

How few porsonBkinawlhel™-; Gr 
lumsl There arc a hundred fr,,,ts- 
10W you Plums as Ibe Green Gage, 



,.','r ','>-, i':]'.::\,''^t<",fi"," 

ei'no'elpmbMlo^.ettt.onite'lpie'Gpo^ 
ge. We find, too, that fruit sellers, and 
.,, I'm t ep.wets, to ,,uile a large extent, do 

: kii-w the true G ,1 Gage. Those who 

sh to Bee and know the genuine variety, can 

ind and compressed shape (flattened at the 
in) of lbs true Green Gage. This Pi„„, ,- 
rk green, often mottled with dark purple 

We™hlveTre^nenHy roamed through our 

I'.on.'-.el llo-l'i 'I'lli. elal'lof"', IV.' Ii d,-,"" 

the l'.i,,f,r Frill. Market. There, an g a 

i.nl collect. on, we s.» the lp,e Given III,. 



Concentrated Lye, 



•..ley (alien in ixchatigt for 



Mifoma Faimer: 



NEW ARRIVAL OF 

CfO.OD.8!! 

IV. S. RANSOHOFF & C@., 
¥°S£^SSur;.«SVS^iC 

NEW MERCHANDISE 



PRINTS. 

A Laugh Stock or 

BK.OWSI gMEiBTlSCS. 

Satinets, Flannels, 

Linseys, Checks, 

Denims, Hickory, 

Jeans and Tweeds. 
A Ton ii»e or an, 

DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, 

FALL AND WINTER CLOTHINQ, 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 

HATB. 

A LABOE ASSOBTMEJIT Of 

HARDWARE. 

Aveut LAnor. Stock or 
Sugar, ColTce, Tea, Tobacco ana 
Cigars, Dye-Staffs, Soap, 
Caudles, and oilier 

GENERAL GROCERIES 



N. S. RANSOHOFF & CO 
Itt. St0 " N '°^«ly occupied by SrAm 



October 1, 1862.] 



THE DBSERET NEWS. 



©cncircil Notices. 



W. F. ANDERSON, M.D., 



FT:: 



CITY POTTERY. 



©aural Notices. 



©cncral Notices. 



W Si WIN G F A.CK O »^ 

GEORGE BONEILI, 19th Ward. 






IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! 









20th WARD WEAVING FACTOR'S. 



ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS ! 



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FOR SALE^TWO FARMS. 



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TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. 


C . U ""J""„ '"■ ,™*„f **«**', in .1 ii»i 


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ATTENTION ALL. 


MUSIC. 
II. L. RAYMOND 


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W S, l" A jM?n' J , *«* «.a»M 



F. J. P. PASCOE, 



13 ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 



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STP.A",V33?.?.T PI-ANTS. 

WILSON'S SEEDLING, S3,00 per 100, 

VICOMTES3E, S3,t0 per 100, very One anil 
productive, large. 

MAGNATE, 53,00 per 100, large, good 

VICTORIA, 55,00 per 100, tAnGEST or 






TH WA3D TIN SHOP, 
CHARLES"!?. JONES, 



NOTICE. 

SCHOOL TO PREPARE BOYS FOR ME 

CHANICAL BUSINESSES, to, 

To Comm nee 13M Siptembcr. 

E. L. T. HARRISON, Teacher. 



JUST BBlllHKEDJFROM TUE EAST. 



©Mural Notices. 



This Day Received, 

PER MULE TEAMS 

FEOM CALIFORNIA, 

STAPLE MERCHANDIZE. 

WM. JENNINGS. 

BKEAT IN BlCtJIlS'IS 

CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL &~ LAWRENCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 
10 IP PRICES. 



SIGN OP TUE GOLBEN EOOTS. 
C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 

II ' Jl"','i:w7i'l'.'lli , ,,".'l,''. 'l'''l, l!.'!,* .'».'.'! l'!',"l 'l„n,y^ 



UNITED STATES 
MAIL 9G$§8fo STAGE, 



Messrs. SAVAGE & OTTINGER 



PHOTOGRAPHS, PLAIN AND COLORED, 
1VORVTYPES, CARTES DE V1SITE, 

AMBRO TYPES, MELAINOTYPF.S, 
CRAYON AND SOLAR PICTURES, 

PORTRAITS IN O.'L, WATER COLORS, 



MATCH FACTORY, 

MAIN STREET, G. S. L. CITY. 



'good 1"T 



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PAKIEL 0, ESIA-N 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 
MEDICAL DISPENSARY. 
Dr. J. Ii.~DUNYON 



BOTANIC MEDICIEES 






THE DESERET HEWS. 



[October 1, 1862. 



A few weeks since, the bodies of twelve 
butnan being) ire reported to bare been dis- 
covered in a kanyon near the Sontb Humboldt, 
about eight miloa from Gravelly Ford, by a 
company of emigrants who were passing 






a description of the bodic 
I Siioer Jl$e: "One boy 



part of the head; a lady, with 

years (perhaps not so old) of age, 
eral frighful gashes on the befld an 



of age, atalibed in 1, 
and braided, dark t 



ar. of age, 

irt if neck- 
age, sandy 



which war written "George H\ s„„', I,, 
The murders were supposed to bare 



Subsequent report, had reached Carson 



pany of volunteers to purauo and 
murderer., vhorver the, might b 
ever found. Gov. Nyu, was mov 

made to the officer in conimam 
Chitrchill, but there were no troo 



i.Hel)-;; 



•. ulu. 



Moody deeds. Col. Connor, at "l'taby"'wa 
then apprised of the state of affairs by tele 
graph, who announced in reply, that a com 
pany of cavalry would be dispatched on th 
10th ult„ to ascertain tbe fact., and if posei 
ble.to find and chastise those who cominit'ei 
the murders. 
Tbc£n,erp,,«, in referring to the murder, 



■ mwitted by the Indians on 



ould be attended to promptly; and as ' 

little of their pent up fighting spirit" 
e savages, who, if let alone and not 



Davis Cooktt Fai«.— The repor 
appear next week. 






New SVbocrHsjments. 



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THE CITY OF THE SAINTS! 



REMOVAL OF BUSINISS. 
MRS. E. G. READ, 

MILLINER, DRESSMAKER, fire 



PARTNERSHIP. 

JOHIV LARSEN 

JOHN 1ARSEN & H. 0. MAGGLEBY, 



NOHTHERN MAIL. 



ERXAL REVEh 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



■C7TH AND LIB3P.TY 



NO. 15. 


GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1862. * VOL. XII, 


MISCELLANEOUS EASTERN ITEMS, i brious language, Ihc result of which was, 


fifth church train, Capt. II. W. Miller, i a s«p. |" Not only gold and silver,' but eveTtoe 


Davis pro in. ,1 a p.slol and shot !WI«..r., l.ill- 




Ab the late election in Daeotoh T.rr.'ory b|m >1[|ios , ,„„,„„,, Tl,e murd-r was 




for Delegate to Congrcs, Gen. Todd, the pre- com ,„ ilu , (i „, „„, , ult „„„„_ Lo „ ilv i lk , 


and Capt. Dime's frcighl train, heavily load- l l 1 ''' , ' li ' 1 " ' ""■ , ll,u v ■" " ,1 "" "1' >" i " ■• pn/-- 


8 ent Delegate wis, a, per report, re-elected n U|[ „,,, h M _ w , nt WM iaBC „ ilh 
by a small majority over Gov. Jayne, who Ujyjs Uaj no , , W| 


eeems to have made a gigantic effori to secure { Joh]] C r.i .! 1,-t.o .i=rl. . late a Federal Judge for 


ed in the rear of all, and iiKty noi yt-i have '" '' '"' " - v '' ( l - llu ,1,le ■ iy l,u ' Amviican 


a majority of vol ealy ails of "stuffing" the Ulah and n(m . De]eeate ,„| Congress from 

ballot-box and other tricks, which Las ren- Nevadaj nai b „ n CO mmissipiied Colonel of 






storms before they get into this valley, but ' you is a dollar I Mm ■• v -in- ■ . ■ m-., .^iima! ed 


Bettlcrs. The Mlroslriiiii says his rascalities against .!„,,,„,,,„„ nl, friends expect great 
have exceeded anyl g eve: practiced "", tn i„ e , f ro01 him and hi. regiment. 


Kansas .T N.-hraslia in r. l.ilion to elections. .... 


it is hoped that Hie w.atlo-r vv.ll ooiilume m mel a Hie eon eney , llo- sum will be as fol- 

",'ZZu!"l"'» : ,l.l ' ii„V 'nil' .i'.'ai"h"v.". ■ :- > „'!','"M'.'i"i';i"'.'.' ! ' '/ : v'n l ,T a 1 '!'1, t , by ^ 


If so, the frauds perpetrated upon the people ARRIVAL OF CHURCH TRAINS, 
bylueimportc unc lonary mus ave een ^ ^.^ church train, Oapt. Horn, arrived 


'''Tthe'reeent State fair, held in Roland, 1 <"> W«>»« ^ '»• »•' "■"■ ™ a ""'<' a ">' 


reached thU City. ! papci ioM, doo-e will inn.iin a tiaeliou 


V.., Mr.Grer.evdcl 1 an .„! Inss.in which, '«« Florence on the 2Ulh of July, an , con.,,- 

. IJ f. t l 1 ' r 1 Tl ted of aUoil. live hmid rd =ll|..l seierity perio.mt, 

d", i„\ha r t r s V ta'te'''ffom ,e |he S day.of' = bi; l » il1 ' r ' fl J-'«° w^ons They had a very 


> >4 p to be ecttled between you and the shop- 


Paichessing.— The work of constructing , mA t n \ 


i^sii!r^^f^^' n, ' A '^^^^^^ tt " 


boyhood up to the present time, and predict- prosperous journey, but little s.ckness and no 






ing its future, he advis.d^lhe^faruie^ .to use , "^"^'^j, ,„,„_ {,,„;. A „ sc , „„. 
!:!"a!an-.^"^"a,^^'uJi.''.^aac„and'"'°''. i '" i " di " thi » cit y°" Su " Ja >' """"'H- 


ion of the flaod, preparatory to its being re- 




be usable, ; s pro^reBJiiig, and has been bo far 


gold. We may all remember how they ex- 
ulted in lli in new ronJii mat ion of the Mattering 


rum-soaked farmers a rough handling; ^'■'^^^t^^^^^li^. 


completed lhat teams, not heavily loaded, can 


States, and tli.il Mi.'v Mere lo cum prospering, 


priss on the embankment, and It will soon be 


groiMiic, iniilii|d)ini;, iin-nMsmg, a.ldin-, a,,, I 
annexing, till ltiey comprise! the willing 
world. Even in gedd, (irat ami oldest i lea of 
wealth and the fiercest object of old world 


says a rcponer. ^b^ . ..i i ^''^'''^'J^ i n good health on lh. ir an ual, but Hum.. ..as 

Hon,' giving free utterance to bis "emanci- 1 or live weeks after leaving the 
nation nonsense." „,. . . .. ,. , .. . 
The Hon. Ilrratio Seymon-, of 0naloa [Mia. uri river, ptinoipalyth. mea.el.,whioh 

■ ■ <■ f jr Governor UIlfortunate 'y prevailed among ibe children, 


completed if no unforeseen obstacle shall be 


of a job than Bupposed before it waa com- 




lead. V.I. in (his short lime all lh> gold haa 


neut improvement, which tdoso who have 


oa.le ilHelf W1lu;-rt— l'o| suell, indeed, are tin* 


, ., T| ,, . . .. Emoire l' r " ve,! fata ' to some ten or fifteen. A wagon 

that e, as \ie . as in m.-is. o a ea o. e , ieI , U(j( | Lei aecide, ,t 3 worth y of nole, 
North, and, according to report, ,!■ uioera.y ..,,,,, ... , ' 

their opponents at the polls The several ^* b ';'* t , l ,l9 I1 \; t . l l l 1 1 '" ^, l .rr"V: l i , .,;M % 'o,, "etUn^back 

political parties are so mixed up, and the| homfi Mo3t or pl| q£ tb w 

confusion" tbauie g«m w«» k«Vhow to ! re8ident8 ° f Gr6ilt Salt Llke CUt ' 






operations of the long- continue J flood wil 
appreciate. 

Meteors.— On Wednesday evening, the 1st 


by one .Mg7n.i^a'cL , 'o| i n^idiation' it iVhard 
to see how the Treasury at Washington can 






seen in this city. The first at S p.m was a 


currency. Thus it no v stamla. California 


fircoloa a Lir!'T a rbr i 'sht'' t wittut ab an; 


Fait as the digg.TH eau extrieate their hand- 
f.ilri of.ln.t. in Caltrornia, .iirrghtier ->n^ine 




at Wasdiingtmi is slinwei ing paper over the 


The second, at nearly 9 p.m., was lower 


states, aril Involving the whole people In onu 


extricate themselYes from the difficulties in 




down in the atmosphere, bo that, besides its 
lucid Btream of brilliancy.it cave a heavy 
rumbling noise, like distant thunder, as it 

in these Leavenly occ irrences. Boues dis- 
like heaven, arc still and grand. 




THIRD INDEPENDENT COMPANY. 






which they have become involved. The Secee- 


Capt. James S. Brown, with his company, 


DESTINATION OF DISLOYALISTS. 


thcy have, for Bafety and protection, arplied 
to Gov. Yates. The shooting of all aeceders 


arrived from the plains on Thursday, the 2d 
inet. There wore about two hundred immi- 
grants, with forty-six wagons, and about 


! The Burlington Jlrgu.3 is responsible for the* 
D. A. Mahoney and D. Sheward, editors of 


three hundred head of Block. Th's company 


Democratic papers in the State of Iowa, who 


left Florence on the 2Sth of July, and made 
the journey in fifty seven traveling days. 




were arreted on a charge of dislovalty, ami 

left Ltuiln.gtotMd.lhr 1'. { A.u;u.-i .n'.-Laj ,;■■ 

of government ollieers, ti-utul fo, some pom 1 , 


oil sisht is recommended by some of the ultra 


Acknowledgment. — Before, during and 




There was but one death by the way— a Mrs. 




they k.o-w not or, and when eu route for that 


Yates says "No sympathiser with treason 


Thompson, from England. 


and about the city, Beemingly reposing espe- 


house froin which no traveler returns, Bavo 

at Ins own expense, i\ hile at a place on the 

an hour, were 'taken' to a hotel. The- 




A complete report of the company was for- 




Shocking tales are told about the suffering 


warded from Laramie on the 31st of August, 




of the wounded soldiers of Pope's army who 


and should have been received within a few 


peara, apples, peaches, grapes, plums, etc., 


officers in cliarg- registered their names with 




daye thereafter, but from some cause did not 


have requested us to test the excellence of so 


the office of "Capt. Line, of U. S. A." Mr. 

i>ilVu7'i-.| l o^a.ai , .l^ ( ^Vi|.''' 1 H S.V.'w.n'jliaii ' 


the late conflicts, between the Rappahannock come to h an<l lil ' laat evening. The names of 






port specially in each caBe, but to the best of 


fi-ld, Iowa. The ol/icr in charge, seemingly 


there till they were famished and their [ James S. Brown, Levi Garret, and William 


our judgment, no'- having taken time to ar- 


^^^^^^^^^ 


ziw a ir e ^ 


rive at conclusions mathematically, the spe- 




and Mr. m'. stepped for ward and added to hia 


saved with proper care. 

The Confederat b exchanged one thousand 


family. Jomah U.xon, Juhn T.i-i..|.m. 1 

family, Win. Hat. a and la unh, George Davis, 


ably called, have been excellent with no ex- 


name as I'oIIowm: "Hound for tfdfa, sent 
there by the Devil, in charge of some of hia 

diii'els, for i (i-aLin- Iff truth!'' 


Federal prisoners for a like number of their 


Anna Dal--, Ralph W mil* and ;amily, Joseph 

J ,hu l-\!n.,w"r'h' ami 'lam l'v, hi..-, '<'■■> c'.u- 
rad and family, 'l).»ma* Pain. k. Mafheu 
Jordan and wife, Chas. William* and family; 
Sara*, Henry and John Musson, Andrew 

M..ft.r..-i -nil t. h, .I'.hn Ra yan, Edward 

Cash, Henry Rudy and family, Jan- Evans 
and fjimly,"J.>sepli Di vis ami family, F.lward 
Eians ami wife, Samuel Purdy and family, 
It A. Russell and family, J. C. U. tc ',.1 






AMERICAN TAPER CURRENCY. 
The United States have lately made sever.) 

tuie'd "muiw.' ' fhey have discovered that 

.un^iil h.-aiin- | I'.o- ,-ml iv.u; thai a 

AiuhVis 6 a°b cKu'>,\"' , !!!!l'\\ i; V'^'iT'ii.Md 


for the earn '3 place, and for the same rea- 
son." 


The swap was effected at Harrison's Land- 
After all the emigrants for the Pac fie, 


The Prayers ov American Women.— At 

a meeting of sei eralliondred w omen of variou* 
denominations, l.ehl ai the P.irk-street Ctiurcl.. 


who passed over the routes through the 
killed or got so near their journeys end as to 


Boiton, S ptemberS, a circular was adopted 

to the women of ihe liiu'ed States, sngej.stii.g 
to tbem to form circles of prayer through-it', 
the land, and to pray for the outpouring i.f 


Indian Affairs, from "reliable" information 

notify all persons contemplating crossing the 
continent through the country of the Sho- 


family Henry N- son, Dr. A. Hood and fami- 

H,',l\'!, jrl D, ( vitl ! 'l!'^M.'' iCli'nd/uVMnl/,' 1 ], 
;n,d tamilv, Tlicm-is Harris and family, Wil- 
liam II. Wilkin-on and lamilv, U.or- Slaw, 
T.llia Greenswith, Chas. W. Johns n and 


President and In. councillor; for the' officers 
and agreeing' l f > ohserve Monday of evejy 


thoneB, Bannocks and other Indians, that 


son John Shock and wife, James liai t. 1 ff ami 


'lit a S ,m a'i'a "i Vm'^ach "ertice* to^upy 


their were good reasons to apprehend hostili- 


wife, Andrew Milliard ami w fe, S-tfi Wat- 


well for Ibem to be on their guard. 


E^oSaS 


i::;;,'': ,!," ^ 'Vfll ™l H%«oi a ^i\ *z 


Will ih\ir, ray-era be of any aval? 


Uncle Sam's officials are generally very 




MjnisTEH ConWm'a Return frim Mlxi- 










euch matters till all necessity for them to do 


COMPANIES EN ROUTE. 


hind legs, 

The present stage of Ameriean inforrnalion 
,s i.-pi, uifd in ll- L.el |d the l.u -.■.,! ,,nd 


w iikeiy^oon to return from ftfexici, and ar* 


A difficulty having existed for some time 


Among the companies on the road from Ibe 


^ o, oiH i s £t " "iuRstai^iEu ii 




eaBt to this city are, Capt.-Cinfield's, which 


| r 1 11 1 1 


to "have virtually rej cted that, his fiien-M 


Major-General Nelson, the former is reported 




,o llilo-i iiunl, a hal p-nny a -pi. Ci ;- J-'^Jj* 




next arrive; Capt. Kimball's freight train; the 




nim, which General Nelson answered 


fifth and sixth church trains, and a freight 


went out that he did not expect to be gone. 


by a B'ap in the face and the use of oppro- 


train in charge of Capt. W. H. Dame, The 


Federal States, 


more tfa n a . ear. 



THE DESERET NEWS 



the 

Sec. 25. And 



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II. lira.'.., ■ •'.,■, I ..-'..'- 1 . .'- v M:'.'..,'.'ii'.!...i 



yrcmainduc, by dial 

the delinquent 'colli 
i days' notice of His I 



prov ded. And t 

!.i'''i",V',!'i!!!.,' 1 " t '!," 









That It \ n '" li '" eu "J £ av « M " 
ii.rt C «'n 0,,r fr " ■«"•<»"• »l>°» 

*.c!; b! " J '«":r: «»»; 



•;:.*.. ,!:.' 



'j '.i' ! .i"'.n' t!.'"''. ..Ii'! ."n'!.,!' r.Ji'ru"i!'"n.'l 1,',' ,',',„■ i AKi:, ' iT (>i ' Mil. CIUS. 1NGERSOLL. 



pK r u!:",S",'.." 

fc, may oud shall be 



e ' man Untie,. " J'Jje des, oiism of the OIJ Wo 



'h^Trt'££°hSi&B$F" i T: i ° ree ''' c "> ih " >a '""°"'!:" r -ira" d", s n «,« 

ecM. And ^fiirthJ .enaett-d, That L",,';"; ,V U , ' "' ' ' '' 



illy of tile Admini 
is arresled and i 

of the speech: " 



Lie parly injur ,1, »,, I, ,-„ .n „! siiii.an.l shall 

I .'..missed I'r. n: . Hi , „,.J be ,; ,„, i 

from holding such „lli c e llari-afte,; and each 

fflrSo'd'l or "£ii;E'co? ^' Pm "" o ' ii « t °" 

Sec. 27. And be it forth,, ."acted, Tbal a 
collector or deputy called,.,, »,„„ „, lls . 

I a I r I .,■,'..".'„!, ",',' i„ | ' '',!,"!["'. 



•lej owner ol 

i.'.l.inry.blllM 

8 »■ agency 



or . I.|,c ■>, aftc.- tb.. '-an..- .-bill i.a.V i, 
«..i7 J by Inn., ., -I, all aticmnt or endca 
Bo to do, tbe peson s. . fr..,'.,,,.. .lull ' 



THE GOVERNMENT AND THE PRESS. 
It has been belieiedT, many, of late, that 



i vast expense of 



beta being laid by thousands, noU-ith. 
i made concerning the indestructibility ol 



"- outaKu fib 
uphold llie Preside: 



P.e-i.lent I -..In and 



;t s b ,e""u l 7or r p,'!:.na .!r'. , .2!nr;.^„..l';n'.'',J^hicl, S \Tr"ha,y! the 
t of the peop'e. They must learn to ra- 
the nJiNi.1 (he p;„pi,., .-.,„! to IrM. 



TilE PRESIDENT'S LATE PKOCLAMA- 



or: ceded States, which is repo. 



^ajssass 



al.l.- tr...."iu.- n'a.-i-.i.'i 
I L , ,, 

" a-.'J u.l'h invaaton-nll'this 



'" 'mii-Tli.. Hi .-ii, |.|..-.l. uce-.l I |„,lf 

ii.isl,e,-it is enon~l, l„ drive .,.,,, „,,„ 
mi load. Coiisid.-iins H.e avail, ble means 



i^'laV.c'-.an'nllspIiM.Vim"- 



Z M J \S, 



vss&r&n 



n ompctencyeopal|,,i,i) ',j,'L.„,.. 



■: IVl-.l S .n,'.. i, :.„.!, ;, 



January, 1803, 

■in r.'billi,.,, asai'nJt "he' '| " ",'d 



'ii ' n ' ! 

"'■ ll "'l"l'l-'.-lr:Jla,.d||,„,„.l„,i,.,il l, y 



by «w.VSl.Ur" So",""''.' 6 ' " e """Tiaoneu 
There are vario,,. opinions entertained aa 
tke effect which those procla.na; j mil 



'' ■■"'■>■■ : "' I '• ■ .. ■■'' nl'i' < .'.'ii'l'b '". I ■■ ■■■■ . ■ " . , 



October 8, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



ITAII CUU.N'I'Y FAIR. 



.i'Z'm" 



I, Ly.hn Knight 
e:i,'s,„,i,n' l",'.,™ 

LyJia Kuie,ht 
lass [. 
-, D ChitT iun 

II, do 
Robe, is 
Jag Snyder 



Bes 


cnlli 


ated garden, Horace Wild 










. ,- Ilex. Hiram !!■ ,■!.,„■ 








do 


field 


■" p : nm. II A Cbeever 






ci.'.-'t Uman), Daniel Grav 


J .d° 


bark 


" | 1,1'Lin.sc), Jolin Strong 






i'.i iir. .mi,, i.'d Graves 






James McClellan 


Its! Ui.il, 


Kye, D. Graves 






Class C. 


d do 


rz 


e rj.-yi.iiau wheat, C Twelves 
do D Graves 

: !;■■,, ,,. C Twelves 










o D Graves 


n... 


1Vd« 


ii.dii cli.-ik.il, D Graves 


Bob 




b, H L s.ulhivor h 






D Graves 


Bes 


C.lif 


n.i.i [mi., j, km, D Graves 


do 


wait 


melon, A Holiday 


Bes 


cabbage, H L Southwortb. 








Eos 




H L Sonthworth 
ions,' C Twelves 


do 




) James Stratton 


while d 


D E Bunnell 



Best quart peas, Chai 



Best radishes, C '1 
Bjst Egg plant, C 



st do 


ative, H A Cbeever 


1 do 


do do 


Beet strawberries, C Twelves 








Flowers. 


Bsstr 


OSes, D Graves 




erbenas do 






do h 


ney suckles, do 
t flowers do 


1 do 


do C Twelves 








do C Twelves 




Class E. 


Beste 


vaporator, T J Patten 






BeBt sides sole leatber, George 


Best a 


de upper leatber, G Hal 




do 


calf, Sainl Claries 



do fine shoes, G Hancock 
Bsst Mountain sheep Skin, D Allen 
CI393 H. 

Best five yards flan: el check, A Job, 
^ do do do H L 

Best Five ranis white do W Mil 
Best Fwe yards linBcy, W Miller 
B-an mow . ariiet, L 8 Wood 



; pair mitts, Jas Lov 



specimens of iron ore, R Gough 
,f !' ii'iiir,' I'inls, C Twelves 

GRANT5VILLE FAIR. 
ntsville, Deserct, Sep. 20, 1SG2. 
Deseret News; 
>rr: — I herewith forward you a repo> 



li.h Ulll , 



e 24th i 



Th.-; 'Hi til ' 
iV^rMi^.'i'i. 



nu'ii;>r-nr<- >■ 









i II Dui 



ur last F 
be done by the enterpr 
people. A good ^pe 

tie iiifi.H i,,,,,] [(,,. [(,,,, r.i 

[Hniinlfl of iiiainif.-t.-ture-l M, ulcer thin 
Mr. Wm. A. Martindale aluo present 
pood np.c men of Texian In.!.-:-. ^I.uil 



Z?r 



grapes.J 11 ll„„,„ 
" Win (! Ynunn 



Jo 


j:;:;"."; 








[ill..,-!,,, 








Mr. li. 1 


nlalcll 


I.'!..., , , 


reeno 


'" ' ! > 1' 


v'i.,1,,,, 
Young 


JoStr 



circuntBtaiicea 



i Hall, Corresponding Secretary. 
JUAB COUNTY FAIR. 



t " 


rTop.c 


d E M , '°Grec 












W 1, lulll, - 










soap, Mrs 






do Mrs Martin t; Yt„ 


Class D,- 


Ii,.,i.t Manufactures, etc. 




iusey,MrsNa 






do " Heb 


it.. A .Mart 


Best " 


cans, Samuel S 


WciUbinglo, 








B ™' " 


kt,«,,y, Mr, N. 


,cy A Sul.in 



dab 

Nin-y A • 



Il.-.t knitting, Anna Icegretu 

B,at |>i„c, v 

2,1 do do- 



.M.a Mm 

, Mrs >,'.' 



" Uto M.iUIiccc* 

M M. Gnr.EKF, Secretary. 
COUXTY FAIR. 



HIV „l.,v 
ofTobacc, 

Two grand 

,.ir-i,t...i i 

day, Hit |„ 



-Tbe Weber . 
id M. Soci.dy I 
,tl..- S.i,en-ics 
and rr.l, i,„t. 



r2-.it!,, 1-ira. 







ron Dtsc, 


tN.ws aeJ "' 2J "'' ""^ ' 


e |„ |>l- ■ 

1 „i Hi, I 
t U. A . a 1 


"■-,",-' Hi. at ynu are Interested 

",,'sr!, , !. <l \' v l''^',',d li ",nu il 'tbe 
"' ! "l-l ny Ibo "'e'nl.l' branch 
■ M. S..,.„.,y Mi 11. is 1,1a,,- ,„, 


kin 1 b. 1 1 
,-ly w..s , 




ii ','ib -tin, ly, considerable 












[■in'i'l'' ',-,',', 


is lT,-,-,-iilc-,l in this counly 



bed witli the procee 

The following w 

petitors 



weed) to be a ;,.,„!. ait.tlt. 
bis, and a ram-figbt came 
lock ill ibe Public Ciial, 
,He the proceedings of the | 

vnesa of the d.uikev. II, ... 

I, :1,1m,;.', and (he 



he day. 
successful com 



Class A,— Stock. 
t stallion, J W Cooley 

I,,,- , it, A L Hale 

tut, year old colt, Win C. Ryda 

Durham bull, T H Clark, senit 

COW, Wm C Ityd.ilch 
Dev nsliire bull, U'm G i , ■ . i r . -r 



ami. K 1 



do sucking calf, 
do boar, J W Cor 



tea Wm G Young 

-Field Crops, Gardens, etc. 
:re of augar cane, Jno W Clark 
.on " wheat, F. ill Green- 
:..: " corn, Wu, 1.' M ,,,,,, lale 
,-,, " madder, J H Ui.ii.ev 

~ . A Martindab 



Mrs I 



' |„M!,i::, 



' Clark 

,, A C Brower 



i'.i.'i! 
'Clark ' 



sn*. 



one, Benj Baker 



■: eupjily >;( home made cloth was i 
as it o-herwi3e would have heei 
encouraging to know that the en 

■ere of excellent quality, aB also v 

: "i'K l aii-l' 'v-rvice'lh^ t, ''t'l,' 1 're , ' 1 !v 



1. ,1 


stent wbc 


n Juab countr will mi 














I'llvil-j, 


of the beeB of the 






enjoy. Not desiring 
se by subscribing ou 


..,'," 








T. B Foot, Prefll 


THOUA9 Oun 


Secretary. 


Lis 


of succi-ssf omj.etilnrs at Hie 


102. 


Nepbl, Juab counly, September 






ass A.— Stock. 


Best one y-n 


old bull, T B Font 


do 


;;■;;;;; 


calf, Chas H Bryan 
T B Foot ' 


do 




1 colt, T B F„ot 






n Brough 




Cla 


s B.-Field CropB. 


Best 5 acres 


vbeat, John Vlckers 
ie, Thus Tranter 


£ 


6 acres^ 










oin, Sainl Scrijjgins 




Cla 




Bes 




natoes.JMhlglcy 






itnes, John Bruu-h 




, John EBplin 






Geo Kendall 


do 




i-s, David Udall 


do 




Thos Barton 






.ns, do 


do 


■ III,,,!,,, 


Lies Miller 


do 




bl rabbi, C H Bryan 






eppers, Ed Ockey 






-Fruits and Flowers. 


Bes 


ted",'",.,: , 


3d Hsrlcy 
nvers, Mrs A Blgler 



cultivators. The agri 



The M 



■■ Martial and String Bands wen pn 



j:,,! l-i. .., in. ■ 
W.M ii.,..Mj in 



. Fife. J. Ellis, M. Hall, and 



B'-st 5 yds colored f 



" stocking yarn « 
Class L.— Women's Wort. 
ntchwork quilt, Mra Taylor Jactao; 
ce.llework, Mis Chas H Bryan 
Gilds' hood, Miss Lovette Bigler 



OOTE to DiKviB— The Com- 
Republican of Denver, Bays that 
\ Company ia in proceBB of otfoS 
• purpose of ruoning a line of 
tea from Denver via Salt Lak« 
aver the Bertbond route. In- 
wealthy men of Boston, New 



Tbe Denver fo! 
They probably 



amen in the Golden 3Ut 



THE DESERE T NEW! 



[October 8, 1862. 



~ " , i , ,.,.,, , mi; • r.v hi. I' mi; 

-x.MM'lYf «\'--- ri n °.l.=l«WwnhLfrip« 1 . D c..| FAIR, I 



^ * 'z> ~~ f K 



REPORT OF THE ANNUAL STATE 
IELD IN THE STATE 
CITY, OCT. 



. . .J'^V.' '/.'.. T^TittT- 



. G. B. W 

<='""i' 



ngdomandlhcredemp- 



Higll Priests' Qn, 



PROGRESS OF THE 



■Crr- z"t', ;:;;■::-.:; 



nplcfor u yc.rly di-pl ij:W.I i 



with Clio people ot the Slit, 
'that governs it impiring tl: 
■ up the temporal kingdom p 



,,.! fighting hasj Tne C<J] 



ioriuii-o^dte.Mruuerj^ 

-■',;'llV..| 1 'p.irl, , „V„t 1 ,r', 1 ir S ts 
t faithfully repr 



sispie grains co „„ qi „„..,,- most of I 
Hired premi- 1 Mr.'.l, ,!,,',-»' C.ina 'is 



:imen of the Per 



: Cumberland Gapby Ge 



Carhe co., whi 



';::>:->;<:: 






1 d scovering their pnr 



ibability be some fighling 
g, Willi ivhat result can- 



JUAL CONFERENCE. 



thTo,f'keep°ng lilU.in'nrv, ami's!. 



get away biuon of fa 



COtlOIl gOOll-, ,',,;'.b'.l. - 'I .11 ,|,.| Wcilc'l, h, 

of grapes, which i was , eery 6 „h. „„l,,l f.biic. The 



which had been left by t 



■•.'the 11 Z''1T.\ '''; M ';!\';.;. ! ;.!r c !' m ''i The 

"lyn; ui l,i 3 .!,...„ , , any remark,, „l '^i",,. 



Musiue, Rose Clias-elas. Ch.nsclas de Fou- g 
Superb, Dockland's Sw.-clw'.itcr and While 



' Major Po, 

li nine by air. Woodruff, received toe lir'.t pi'i/e, and ine , i„ iln 

, v , Mr ll-lll -ds ,) '» lnl,l>.ni„. clhc'mi, of In dais 

' , , Ma den's [Hi,.!,, justly reo-iced Die sec I allylaige 



The bedstead and 



:' ], iUl h „: 



have just arrived from the planis lop. ■• ",',',",',',' '],' .,„! '"J, Vm'Tim 'i'h i! 'hi", ["!'. I .?,'■ '""I'l" ''-' 'dim '' i:'"I«i ■ "L"; ','"'' ni,,, gh .,'"d pi '.,','.','. '"m""^ 'ck '.'.Inh, ied".', ni',c''c,,ilo''l!' 

homes and employment. I'.esnh lib, Y. ., . , " , ■ Rhode 1,1a d I. mugs we,e u ell repie..,.,,!,.,!, „r sin ill p, inline-, el, nil, marine Bcene 

t:r\Tt:^ ' '"!' ,!: ;"— :'""■ !— £""•'• ,0 8!cape " plure anJ j^lirTbia,;",:'^.;;:'^.:;;-;,/.'.^-.':-, ,r;i y J -,.J.-.:::::r-,r,'',-::;.';,;;-'"l;i-i,^ 



Yesterday the Confer, nee was ad Iroa. 
Elders O. Hyde and A. M. Ly.non ; 
forenoon; the former speaking; of the pr< 



latter speaking chiefly of 
sical culture r.ouiBito to 
f God to enjoy that hap- 



"5 «» °£ ( han, Ea, 



: j var.etieTo' ^S^SS^."S3^ ! wJ^ttigEStSg SSuHuZ 

fur' ,Vo. n'e'udali...,! ' i'ln'il! , !'„a 'li. ,1 1, '• I.', ' s ll„ .» ,."i .1, c'.u,.i g ".,(" a.'vi'ii va) le-'iTs" c 1 

e Seedling look In ,1 p.,/-, which is imbed w,,,,,p,i,g p.,p,r, bill, pi,,,, and ruled foolscap 

Office of this pape :-Wood, Hay, Beef, Cbrn,l a v,r ' '"•"• '"' -'■ 1 "' > I""" x "" : '"-" ' IM ' : " r " VJ >'"'"• l"'l"' r ' " l! '" '•""!"« "< 

Poato.. Home-made C, I u, O ,.,'„,,,',' It'll' I ! ".i^bS'S 

Barley, Butter, etc., etc., on Subscription. iFarger than a currant bush, were exhibited, Mr. Kelly. ' 



Centre, Esq., and Sipt. Djty left 
Cisco yesterd ay mornin g 

gy Pa» A' 



October 8, 1862.] 


THE DESEREl* NEWS. 


11T 


The handsome and substantial pyramid of 


do sample peppers, James Camp 


Best 2 sides sole leather, - B Young &co 


do 25 lbs while lead, F J P PSbcos 


colors from the mountain lead and color works 


2d do do E M Murphy 




do specimen red lead, F J P Faeces 


o'Mr. F.J. P. Pascoe, 17th ward, consisting 


Beit egg plant, Clias Twelves 


do 2 " black grain leather, ditto 


do specimen litharge, F J P Pascoe 




2d do do D Graves 


do specimen saleratus, D B Funk 




Best vegetable marrow, J Jaques 




Sp, clonus whiting putty, Prussiau blue and 


tianred, red och.e, orange, prussian blue, 




do 2 sides harness leather, ditto 




do collection garden Beeds, W WagstalT 


do 2 Bides bridle do ditto 


Second best Venetian ted, U I' Funk 


truly a gratifying spectacle; and we consider 




do 2 sides skirling, ditto 


BeBt specimen starch (corn), Lli-tabeth 




Johnson 






securing to Utah her ci rei.il iniepen- 


Class C,— Fruit, Flowers and Medicinal 


do saddle, (Sa'nora) Youiac and Piatt 


2d do do do (potatoe) do 
Best 10 lbs Boap, W W Foster 












saddle poilfolio, Ynong a ml Pla t 


2l.lo do D B Funk 


and refined saleratus by Mr. Funk of Sanpete 

"lUr. Pypei's'c'oilection, including a' large 
box of alum, specimens of sublimed sulphur, 


afrarirdiiig CommiHce.-L. S. Hemiienway, 
Levi Richars and J. V. Lang. 

Onphaiit 
2d do do (sweet bougo) S A 

3d do do (redastrarbato'l-IC 

Kt.oO.ltl 

Best 12 fall apples, (Porter) W Woodruff ■ 


saddle trees, Foster Curtis 

Best light harness, Wm Howard 


3d do do Mrs Thos Bullock 

lies! l,o* matches, Findlnv and Martin 
2.1 do do Amos Fielding 
3d do ils Alexander Neibaur 


and refined ealei.ilus wen- worlhvof com- 


set hartiesB, (home production) II E Daw- 


Walio'Tolo.'atehilccl'u.al drawing, F. LT 


] 1 

decided improvement. Preal. II. C. Kimbaira 


Best pr penis' fine hoots, Snelgrove .v. Lo.\c 

do " ladies' bootees, J T 11 Hicks 
do " c I'a .hoes, II K Ilowring 


Mechanical drawing, W J Silver 


i.eals foot oil fiom Ihe factory of Mr. Daveys 
were exhibited. 
The cigars raised and manufactured at St. 


'rlemmei.way 
3d do do Joseph Fielding 

r.e-i i.' iM.a.T apples will bereported when 


Class L —Cutlery, Hardware, &c. 

./ledii/.i.:; t.o.io.iN e— Uotie.l Patt, Ceoecc 




2.1 do ''do' %'.,-> V'hKnight 


Bestsliovel and tongues, Milllin Palmer 


!r°, : ".ai'd ".'. 'b- ll |\'om'i','cj'r"i'ioie' Te'ie^Ib'i'b'i'- 


CI .bs II. — Domestic Dry Goods. 


ji'i.iiV'ie pi,,,!'!,', Milllm Talmcr 

ll.sl Spec, 111, 11 hoopilOll, D H Wells 


tC in class ^cutlery. h«d«are,^,- there 


3d do do G B Wallace 

Best early s-edli,,;; p..atih, C II f.t'iphan 
do peaiB, Harlow R.dfield 

3d do do (pound pear) Jo 1 n Sharp 

3d do do t .on i variety) A Merrill 

Best 12 apricots, I" II Wallace 


JieueJingComniillee.— Mrs, M. A.Smool, Mrs. 
M. Carrmglon, MiB. B. W. Smith. 


o; CU 1 . nails of a Buiierloi ,|„ality, also bundles 
oi l,o ,p noi , ■i..mlli..| ic-.ory .l.Prest. Daniel 

revolving lilies, dragoon and revolving just Is, 
fiom tile public woika were highly c.il, alile, 

relic 1 " the "burnin-t atCai'np Floyd. The 

were good. The baskets, espieiallv those lioin 
Ihe factory of l'eatcc & Sin Ui, ., ere or a 

The late in provem. ills in earthenware, as 
'rJidl''v l al"lli.an'..l.! ,..','- 'a e'.i ll.n ' crin". \he 


Best piece colored 11 innel, Mrs Carringlon 
2d do no do Ih.iuw 

Best piece white ll iniiel Mia A Smnot 


do |^Wmt™<!i'{lioi^ Atam jlplm 


3,1 do do John T Caine 
Bc3t quart plums, (Siyers' favorite) G B 

2d do do Joseph Fackerel 

'Best quart cherries; (black~f..i tari.in ) Wm 
C Staines 
2! do do (Morello) Thos Bullock 
Best collection grap-s, 1' K 1) le beek 
do 3 bunches grapes, (Cii tsselaa Mo epi -) 


Best piece shecp's-gray fljiincl, Mrs John 

11 Wind., 
do piece double jeans, Mrs John Baker 

do elo colored do Smnn Peterson 
do do kersey, Jirs Wm 11 Walker 
2d do do do Mrs Loie. no B.own 
Best piece of cotlonkeis.) (mode h, Mo.,) 

do piece IO.til.etl, Mrs W Woo'li nil""'' 


2d do °do' '' do ''d'osall, t'.ti'- 
Wright fi Co 
Best scho | alales, Robert Wardrop 

Class M. — Ladies' Ornamental Work. 
.aV,,rili„g C'oinmil.Ve— Mis E RSno«-, Mrs 



for the lack of 



Bestl 



re.nl, good speci- I <<° goosebel 
Awarding Comm 



good specimens. The molaBset 



AMt 

Prof. C. J. '. 

hand gralnd 



■d from Utah 

or ll,|. .-X 

.''''■' ''';";"'; 

,'! , l "!'.'it' 



7o,iii.it»ee.~George B. Wallace, 
Moore and Wm. WagstalF. 

cnu.l.eis, Bildhain Young 
..ashes, II N Hyington 
o E M Murphy 

■!•! m.'liu.s! (niipeiial) G B Wa'- 

"Wallace 
: of tomatoes, B Young 

I'lmges, (early) Jas Slo Imerdine 
do (iale) UeoN.-i.eker 

do 111 Bouihw'.'.'i'th 

it.tl. avers, I l.os Morris 
do H L Soiithwoith 



1 do do* do 



Best peck beans, (while kidney) B Young 

do I, beads I, I, nee, Clias Twelves 
do bunch parsley, do 



do don' 1" gill II loi, t'l-s tl Oltll-O.V. 
do double Zinnia, D Graves 
do ciper lie,-, Mis A ll Smool 

d do ""do " ' Mrs L W Hardy 

'„-,. j;,i- r"„iii„iiH(f.-])rs. L"vi Ricliar.h 
LSprague and J. L. D.inyon. 
Best collection medicinal plants, D Crt 
Benne plant, Wm Derr 

Class D,— Sock. 
'tcti.'.i,,- Conimi-'ec, — Abraham O. Sic 

Best stallion, (a brown) S years old.Tho 

■ I do do (bay)-lyrsold Xi'b.n. fat' 

It st blood mar. , ; Id.., I.) 'J >rs II V, 

■Ido do Co,- I 7 VI- !I„S s !),„, 

Best 3 yrs old sor.el'maie, Geo D Gra. 



t 3 yr old heifer, red, Isaac Groo 

blooded and woollcd hock, half-bl. 

French merino, W Uoodrnl 

blooded and woolled buck, half-bl. 





tia'toiaii King, Mis "Emily H Mills, Mrs 
Post UI an cover, Mrs Philip Smith 


Be°Bt woolen blanket (made by Lyon) B.abop 


2d do do do Mrs Wm II Walker 


2,1 do do do Melvini Wells 




Best stool cover, do 


21 do do' ' 'priBcindaL. Kimball 


do piano cover, Mrs Philip Smith 




do table cover, Mrs Larsen and Miss 




Thompson 


3d do do Mrs Cyrus Snell 
Beat bunch cotton yarn, MrB E VV East 


21 do do Mrs Lirsen 


Beat cotton cap 11 N Byi.ie.tnn 




do ornamental flowers, M s. UrBenbach 








do pair woollen hose, Mrs Ileywoed 




do mil cotton hose, A. E Sidnnrd 


Best piece jeans, " A I) Sinoot 
3d ,1° do " L W Hardy 


do do do (Utah cotton), Lydla 
Partridge 
2,1 do do do Mrs Egan 


lliddoid 1 veil, Mi- E RSnow 


^ "do" cZ-rle't, 1 "''" 15 ' •■' Wm M.'l'l.'r 


11. -si eiolehel woil. fe.d ai ), ,\ln ttaloiel. 










Young 




2-1 do do do M A J Young. 



Class I.-f hdlies, Hals 

Mmrdi-g. Commute. - Clio 

Albert Ninde, James SI 

2d do do do 

Class J.-Furnit 



i- X 

s \ . 


T 


,°on" ' 


arte".' 


C 


Basset, 


llio 


,., 


Colbnrn 


I. Le, „ 

L Leo,, 


3 



Pillowslips, Mrs Egan 
r™ "So" 'ifo"" * 'M 



u I eii.it g, K I'.amsev 

do tun,,,,..., K Ulll.se> 

do Fici.ch polish, I 
ainting, Engraving, etc. 

/.'••■ -'1 ■ = • M- ' d- 

-,,.-,, p, in tin.;, II lla.bin 

Hrnry McEwan 

nig r-iptr, Il.ua Howard 

.ping do ditto 

,: to, kluudiiig, J B IC.Ily 

ndou s .idea, II M ,„' 

of phot-. gtup bs aid an.br 



Ma,!, 
Mrs Minn 

opl.ia C.d.ns. 

,h A K hull 

s , E H Snow 



(hood),Caro'.ineLyu,air 






Hardy, Georgo 
Chas C Burn 



■r wh-el cu. Ice. on, Xithan Davis 
nade llooi in g, W R Tenncy 
Class G,— Leather. 



,.,,!, Ill, 1, Ml 

do Mn 



September, wa 



I boys drowned on 
found floating in the J.orda 
miles below the bridge, after a diligent 
or sighted, days. It was supposed fro 
appearance of the body that it had. no 



^marding Comniirree-Philip Pugsley, John I Best ill lbs refined alum, A C Pypet appearance of th< 

McCmie,and Brigham H, Young, [ ia t ,6ae4 sulphur, A C P. (ei. L»a»y 1'otiM ahoye 



TIIE DESERET NEWS. 



[October 8, 1883. 



rfGjllCULT'fljiAV 



Bariard. desii 

tin.V.Bilgbt. wh.i 



" s , r e«iii T b',™l ©cncval Notices. 






i";,'; ^i;; 1 .' ^;'- n„-'„,-i„. i^ 







Flavor no! cqn.il t- com], or (be iVsh loo 6 i 9 t of about two hundred and fifty wen 
:ry, disqualifies Hi.> frui <.., !■<■.■.» me ■■„.,„;,. ■ . a e]ll i rpe j am | uieir beadiui 

Tree tender or shy bearer also di-qu.ililifs ' ' ' ' ,, . ' 

t for culture , were m a small mountain valley in the 



Flavor, best - 



DAVIS 


COLTNiy EXHIBITION, 


Rep 


art of 


wards made. at tile Dnris County 






g on, Sept. 26th and 27th, 1802: 


Best ntall 


or, (Duroc) F. N. Francis. 


n° 


bSf 




J; 


I'.'!!! 














(l..s.-.sier-liire) C. Layton. 












t, J. K. Crosby, 
y, Sidney B. Kent, 


llO 




Jo 


r> -', 


H. C. Hajgllt. 






U. A. Miller. 


1" 


ilax 


1. Joseph l'arkrell. 



Governor Nye, immediately on the i 

i 3 of the report, which was said to hav 
2 | made ou the authority of two men w] 



ainp.-H, which \v,T(r conoidi^d 



do Miritu, v|, „., I! n .y Tm>ey. 

do H|.j.|..'s, winter, pippin, Dnnirl Carter. 

<:«' oi'j'h -! Mil, Daniel Carter." 

do ran (B-ll) J. K. Crosby. 

ro srapea (.California) D.nn.'l CarUT. 

.'..j iiIuhij (-rein ca^) .1. C. F.ickrell. 

do plums (nedliu) J. It. Blanckerd. 

do eurranw, J. K. lilaneherd. 

do rnobn.-M.'P, W. K. Rice. 

<'o butter, Samuel Cotterell. 

do cotton (plant) James YV. S.ewart. 

do jeans (s„i B l,u||i„g) Mrs. II C.llaigM. 

do lejns (dnub clilllne) Mrs .1 1' llnrnar.l. 

do iltnnel (colored) Mrs. J P Barnard. 

do flannel (white) M,s. II,.. mas Crorer. 



■■. Mi-. 1 il.u ilill.l 



agent tbat Ibey, tl 
use the Indiana at 



How much truth I 



r. ["nied wrlii 
been reported; 



ii) Mr:, y a „V"| ,',','. ' '""'' i. a"'';" 'j!,v''f,Vt','.'!,''',,p 

I. !■ ii,i.r.a.!..r) j Mrs, Lyilia onto tl.ee II, 

:ng-,".Mrs.'b. Ii. Willi 



°n 


heaven. 


III laugh 


.■■r 


t unto them daily in 
fear he will confound 


my 


kingdom r 


at on ray 


lb 


a mighty 


cere,: the 



do M,l.,|, Mr, .Joseph Fackrell. 

do Icnil hood, Mr. J. p. Barnard. 

■;■' ■, ■■'■■' '■-■M,». j. ,, „,,„„,,. 

do ahaw (wool-n) M.- i-.r, ,, , . ^, 

do woolen'socka, ii? 9 . r j.p"5'ar^r an 



ion shall break them to pieces like a pottcr'i 
I'..'. So, r.^.v, v.-- kin--., l, e wise: ye judges 01 
ll. Labor for the Lord with fear, and re 



The querist considered himself "sold." 

The Comet.— "This Space-Car of th« Inte 
rior w.iy last nisible to the n.iked eve on Fri 



its It A. svi. M Is rn.iL'.,ii:n.U' a pp. ■,.:,■,! 



oat telegraphic time 



colored should be informed 
various causes than ejr- y or I. 



own or dark- 
er injury from 
e ey^. "l.j,-lu 









REMOVAL MD MIViL 

CMSLETT & CLARK 

B'i^^^r.TK-oi.-s.'.;':.^;!:"., 



NEW GOODS 



STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, 

GROCERIES AXD DYE-STUFFS, 
BOOTS AMD SHOES, 

Olotliliis, 



Cookhur-StoTes, Brass Kei 
Iron Kettles, " Crockci 

Glassware, 



_ Cti*h, Oars, and Barley t 



NEW ARRIVAL OF 

GOODS!! 

IV. S. RAiVSOiiOFF & CO., 

NEW MERCHANDISE, 

Werrimacks, Spraguea, 



PRINTS. 

A Large Stock or 

BaoWS S.n.^.'ETljSC.. 

Satinets, Flannels, 



DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, 

FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 

HARDWARE. 

I ieut Labce Sioctr or 
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Tobacco and 
Cigavs, Dyc-Stuffs, Soap, 
Candles, and other 

GENERAL GROCERIES, 



e formerly occupied 
Is'KLuui'a & Co. 



October 8, 1302.] 



THE DESEUET NEWS 



(ScncvcU Notices. 

W. F. AHBERSON, M.D., 



©nurd Notices. 

W , ^;'^r/ l ::'X' ; ;;:'':!;" : ;';; l 



©enernl Notices. 



GEORGE BONELLI, 10th Ward 



FOB SALE, 


■ '.' - ■> i...,l*b.k.rr. 2 1 


J^^'^rZ^ng^,; 


IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! 


t^^ii^BP- 


BLACK MAKE Sl.JIED. 




!": " " ' ; ; H : ;:::i^Sr^r;; 


7 lino l,.-tVon*-!r,ca <Tblte Pino 


CITY POTTERY. 


',::;:; ■:':;',..; ',:',; ;,:s™,r,:;: , ;i!;:::"- 



T" 17. rr 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS ! 



IDMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 



n. L. RAYMOND 



F. J. P. PASCOE, 



p r, : M ' 






TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. 






aoth WARD WEAVING FACTORY 



FIFTEENTH WARD TIN SHOP, 
CHARLES"!?. JONES, 



NOTICE. 

SCHOOL TO PREPARE BOYS FOR MI 

CHANICAL BUSINESSES, S.C , 

To Comtn nee lWi Stpimbtr. 

E. L. T. HARRISON, Teacp.br. 



:;:<-::^'Z JL'ST RETL'KXEDJFROM THE EAST, 



HOME! SWEET HOME! 



. ; /. ! .,i_,ii ,,,.:.:,,,,.."„' :'. ';;:..'■'. :;■,", :;:";,:;.',; removal of businlss. 



NORTHERN MAIL. 



SAVAGE & OTTINGER 



PHOTOGRAPHS, TLAIX AND COLORED, 
1VORVTYPI.S, CARIES DE VISITE, 

AM BRO TYPES, MELAINOTYPES. 

CRAYON AXD SOLAR PICTURES, 

PORTRAITS IN 0:L, WATER COLOUS, 

AND INDIA INK. 



MATCHES, 






MATCH FACTORY, 

MAIN STREET, G. 6. L. CITY. 



U-lt FLNDLAY £ MAIITLN. 



©cucrcil Notices. 



This Day Received, 

PER MULE TEAMS 
FROM CALIFORNIA, 

STAPLE NMCHAMHZE. 

WM. JENNINGS. 

UHEAT lKUUCIOILIilS 

CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL .sTlAWEENCE 



wz 



J1ERCIIANDIZE, 
o w PRICES 



SIGN OP TUB GOLDEN ECOTS. 
C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



PARTNERSHIP. 

JOHN LA 11 SEN 



JOHN LARSEN & 



UNITED STATES 
MAIL £$!&&. STAGE, 



L. I. SMITH, Proprietor, 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 
MEDICAL DSSPENSAEY. 
Dr. J. L.~DUNYON 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 



LIVE TO DO RIGHT. 



THE ©ESERE* NEWS. 


[October 8, 1862. 


ants of D.ser.t couTl 1* well^ ^w^cnl 
r ?",i?e , Bt"/tha""ow ""'on. nvght'ea'si.e be 
.ami. The fruit department, I venture to 
,v coul.1 not easily be escelled in Deaeret. 
There wai a long liet of premiums avraid.d 

mil',!- V"" v., II, lh.ii r a',-1: spare for (In-ir 

.ii.licnlioii.aullic- il V thai II"' ipinM.I 


on Saturday morning, at which hfanr, ih mak- 

]!',e.'MnV:,'h l s'MV,'i l V..;,' | 'b'.M,'r,'l I'- li.br- 

p h ou„d,"?n an »dgu!-Y[ l nve'ne'."(Sc' , o l ila>id) 

PICTURE OPSiPOLEMf. 

He was mtryhtoj. iklrtl'um^Zit 


DieiJ: 

ct!ti.K™"Vne'or C "'ij)Nl'°o''i ; . MaTiiokI)', S"* 


SES^ifei'si's 


Jfeiu Qtbuerttsements. 


H'.M^iVoi'e ElMS lom' al? parU 


n^=iP---sr 


'!m,V'eiiiVWl>"«e"vv bo bile' siirl'. 1 sport, I the Pyramids— at Tilsit he taught majesty to 

'"" k l ""' " ' J ' "',", : ' !''''" h',.".'!!',',"' '„f in' ri-rvi'lo'l.a :•!..'■■•■. 'io'!l'..."tVuiTi! of S-aie he 

' 1 i" li 1 " "'■ ] ' ' ' ' "'"' M ' U ' ' "" l! 

1,'i vir'l' " ' " '' ' i ' 'l ' "'" "''': "i !l ;' v ' i: | : ' , , 

',eTl,' k |h"vMl"'r. '"!\ll "|'.!"s-'"l ill' |d,.i'..,r,'h, .■>■''!' -i >■■!'- ;l 'ml pr-fiit 1 ,m fioni 

,o Im,, taking pla e 1- n-ii lb- p-ace -1 i,n> 1 .milling a £.0.1 ml, 8 l.n.uh 1.., lb- .,„■ ,.| 
„„" L. Gee. 1 bis little child; and all at once, Btartled Eii- 


O^fSLwJ^sSi "KiSS-™ " 


2^H3^SP^ S "" =S 


EXPLANATION RELATIVE TO 
CHANCE OF NAME. 


iS|||H|^|§H|S 


»t b ,r,n,r 






1 wish, to give yo 
bservations fiom 

O.i Saturday, Ihe 



Ti-ere w-aB a beautiful ppecii 



etc. Tb 
ng h, 

e'-iv'n.f 



spun, hosiery, qnilli 



1861. Bound of a sup' ibnin.ui 



iflixed 10 my name, were attached tbe 
irder lo make a distinction between 



p ,1,, ,11,1,-1 In. ,.vo wine., tin- 
,i ,1,.. 1,1 i (,11,11.1, ai,.l lie was 
warl- [V. Hugo. 



On the 7th of July, is,,!. 1 vv.islir.thnp- A - s,- f; ,„ , Sr , ,-< , , ™ - a a to Pay D« a- 
,' I " I 

;;"'* ■::".',":.:•[: '„,,.,;,„,;, i i- n.e a.-, -..n..-i '». 



.... in,. i .i 

pany Dot lb- ".Mon.,01, Il.iita 



""ihT'n'ind i't 
__ _,:ivale soldier, in 1 
Mormon Battalion" T 



On Union 

en 1 the late raid ot the guerrila chief Morgan. 
teS) } He has paid the firemen of Cincinnati Sl.Suu 






after having many questions 1 



made that »..,',! siv. ir.,.,-1 ,-, ,,„,!, „,.„,.■ »«>»•, m Us «!c..,i. ,.ina. ... in.-..'- Mi ; ,.„,,,„„,, vl „. „,„.. ,,,._. r , : [,.,,, t , was a 

' h 1-aar^E"'H^Eii t mI "IT -■ ".' B : x?i,}:'i r;:d : ii iti ' :, v '"n'i'Sl'S *$$" flif 






Lvervb>.!v was on Hie look 01 

7m l , !-,H 1, ,n , ;,Vi'"' J ,i'!-i ''"..,"' 

,lh C.,1. C.iii,ii,iii„-s assessiiirr 



vvl'.'-i ,.!.," 
i Jo-dan < 



FROM TOOELE COU-NTY. 
ToarLE City, September 2Jth, 



.and oblige your 
' James S Bnowu 



fon£ed.lo"4rwI°h a Mr! d Srbta.!i 



1GLING EXTRAORDINARY. 

Denieon, brother of the Tp-aker c 
f Common., who has been slay 
eilonian Hotel for some time, 1 






duel,",,! II,'.." 



'fi", pla iry set for tb i 



THE CITY OF THE SAINTS! 



CITY ACADEMY. 



NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 
LAURA READ & CO., 



M-s^-rrs;' 



_ „ 600,000 ^ iiiotm 



may lie .alanned by ibe approach oi' . 
,. |,e,,',.|e ,,f ,. bob- counties canfleefro'c 



.vv niv-liv- miles li, -.-..Jeiiek lo ll.igers- 

tow,,, wber.ee it is sevenl y-four e. by rai 

.,, Ilanmln.ro. I tj e capital of Pennsylvania 
From Frederick to Larpcr's Ferry is abov.1 
twenty miles. 



THE BESERET NEWS. 



~ - H .U!3 i. I S S B, T ' 



NO. 1«. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1862. 



VOL. XII. 



THE BATTLE OF ANTIET/ 
rho following is lalien from the ac 
■ great conflict oE Sept. 17ih, near 






every ,\d v a i.taae 



) i ' I I Lilt' From | Wf a 

t'!i^ Z^d ,^'^',^'Z, u 'o Z\' r'T-,!''iv' o'nl.l I,.-".-.',,' ;i/,;^; i " l ,.'„ 1 „-'rrom'tfe|anb, 



after another, .lowly I 



The same do-red , 






brou-U in'.o ihe iuht. The whole ttr aull at of our -h 1!< ha 
each army cannot io pi op-i iy s' at .d d i p.- n- ^ Soaiwu'. i P. 









.'".'>"sMi„i'."r. " M..'i',k"'.' r i,„.l"?', !".i'.i;''i'r',' !.,''.■',, 

' 1 i,',-",,.!'.;r , nv'i',M , ,i. ! yy,', , ,o''.i'|o i| , , , , ",,;':.r 

! have had a very heavy loss. Prol.ably 









1 "i ' ' '; 'i -■' 

, uiilil midnisM.' """ 

piuiuplpy a [, I ran .1 oppnr- 



ainiei. i v ry 



dark r, ; ,a,l„i»n 



'anil i.a'arda tbe left, the hardest of lire j tii.d i 



122 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[October 15, 1862. 



THE EXCISE TAX LAW. 

Sec. 32. And be it furtli. niinH .-.I, ' 

l'",'i i'l'si ,'i. . l.i I." 'ii'"" "f P"J ill. 



ltd by an 'suit. The cost ancient form of wooing eon- lord and change hin at pleasure. He could 



th.lt being discovered.. 



he .hall I ' '" ">s primitive age of the Anglo-Sal 

,,,.,.1111.1 mn "'» re,..,,, .1 properly consisted in w 



;',",' ,,'!,. 'v,,, 1 ; 1 






rly period in En 



Ito^iiil'™.'" 
■.piired l,y llie'Voll. 



r^,,e all before "'l"" 1 "" >'"< ^■•" " •» ' I'"-'" IT.- be, „„■■ the ..«■,„■, ..I lh- l.l,.!: and tl.e van 

son , a °,,n. n " C "' irr! ' "'"' " ' 5: ""' I'"""""-. '■' : . '. '■ l.,'.i,i,i ,i-,i,, .11.1,,'., had llie sat.s 

.,', s-,'i , , s, n ' c-«:,1l.»,-„»„; ,,,, ,„„,„,., Hi,: il ,,,,.„„,,• 1 ,,„, ,„,,, a, he would bav 



: »;;.: 



■'nr'l'.™!',,, !,M 1' ,',',. pt'ub-g.. "I decd.ng „|, its ,„ 11! , i ,i. , v , and tbe,l-igi .is among the l.i i-y. It ledto rnany 

or perinilliii, II,. ■> .111. a , r ,,„. b ,-. , .„,„. , ,,,. „.„ „,,,:,,,... -pi,,, ,,_.,.,, ,.,,|, 1 1 ,.,,,., ,.,,„, ,.,„!„l ,„f,..,ce and even 

'.■•',■',." inVinl V,'. m'n l'!-ol».it".lv, was i,,l fully establish, ' 

.„.', ,b '"' .. ,„ lb,' r!'iin! ' "-''.'." ' '"'"" '" lhe miJJle ot 1Le le '- lt 



.'.I „,.,; ,.' ,„. ,,.,, i, , , , ',.,, H'" n.,u,l...| , I gad t spin's Ha may be h 1, gaining, and with very undeveloped 

,.",:.. „,,„.,, .,,, . ,„.,,. ,,,.,...,. dn'ilb.i by said ..nil ,.1 s, ills, .,1 oil, ,-i lu.i.b- as n, ih- ,.hl.g., t i„„s ot honesty. Tile 

',' ' , " "; . ';:' ,. ";' .', \ , , n,..„ .'.ami al-ool tl„ .,..->•>- it .,-■< ..I- gr.. ,■ a ,l ,„g!,!er dii, r.l, ,1 a., admirable I. -Id, 

lx ,,'„„.. 'shall I., pud o'.'.i ni ll„ ""'" *'*"<■''•'<■ 1" ' "' "lb, ■ sub- ,,,. 111ai.11,; mammas and easb-lovi 

' ! ' "" ' ' " '"' . ','/ 1 , , ,' 1 '1 " .1 rsHi 



p.Vwnomri , , b^Sf'S" 

a!!d',x t |"bu^uh';-''nb'lu'''a', : ^'''.he''l'\'.ev I'l-d' Hni „o! . n u I >1«, of lb, .p.li.lim! of ,j, ,,",',,' ', ,', b't 1 „ b, a "d' heriiair, and c'oiisi 

iv hit d.ui,,,i „;,„,, I 1';" !i '" i- -■ '-'II' [ ,is. or r I r a 1,. ti<„ " lb r It to b I 

varts'of "the ", -oTJTaYp 

al ii?clu,lin» aaosucb "V, ,1 ,'.■■■ led 1" ' " " '' •'' P 1 " »' ■' "" "''' ' '" ""■• »"''-<-d ""- u.o-nii.g gut. In the earl er pi 

... ' I. i., ■' V , „i,:. ,'d „'.|," V - !■'". l.ngibad ,,...! „.,.,l,»l,i,l 1 .. ,..,Ai.a.,,„, u,-s,c.,lytu,re were i 

mission,, of lilt',,.,,) K,.„i.,i,, '«:,., „, iv. ,f "'!"" «'-<*\- .,|,i.,.ilj.i.liua.i; i,. Hi, man- lew r..lrlto.„,u im.rnagr, and it was a 

ilsl.al he made to., pp...,,,,. I h.,1 s'u,!i "". I"'"" " '■> ";" « "" l "" 1 " l 'V" t a,n„ w i h i ,, y ,,w c-remonies. It was 



i ' " I l~ll I » 

.an'Sd^li^d/ti;;,,'';:;,^^;; 



'v'l'd'or hi'n M "nd'u''.''nd'byv'' 



lo'li'm .urVb, 'a ,'' 
evidence of the 



!ti,:, :[,.!: and'lhesaid'bondm 
r cbaiig.d.from lime to time 



m 



"THE AXCLO-SA.\tl.\ HU.ML' 



■ after Ibis act g„es Mr. Thrupp says. will, ois,,,,.,!,!, a 
.' lb, L.ale.l S - ll„ .lit, s „,,! hi'sioric tact, ol Angl 

^'".'ui'i'b'!'." 1 !' ',' i l t'- , i, l> ;' ] 1 "' l 1 '. llu i ; [U v l ° bo " c " tai " e ' 1 - 



tl! The principal cbarac 



,,-j „„ Anglo-Saxons,- Mr. Tun 






\'. ",u,"s'i'~' ,;. I'.'gg. ■„. 'la'h, s.',;'V''Il"ia 






ol line. Healed 






ufalicliriv A °5!>" SH |.v ! ' i"'""" ", ,.;."'-'- '"'" . l "" ; """ l | """' 1 ".-- He liad titer 
"e'/nlali/g to'or KS"J!»7'""«»t^ 



MULTITUDE OF 1VA11 I; I'un's .11 



."UTJ Jar", ■ , ,;:::.Tio 

apprehension^ A lew ho ra alt. i noil - 
i" , .., , ni'"p.'sV,-l'",'he rip!" , B "i, ."angles! 



flying at the rate of a 



locily. And fancy this cauldron rushing at 
,u as ,-traight as an anow, while the win Is 

' ! t iMl'ila' s"t ll e'l'o,?d's d i! 1 "'e» i e'r y 
larter. At once tb. v,ss,l'.s head was 
rued north and by eaBt. The cauldron in- 
antly changed its direction; ami what will 
,ur readers say when I inform them that we 
eked round to almo.t eveiy point of the 

■ a' ,1,'lVluin, !.,lll,.,,s.,„ b.l"il,,',,:lug 

by lilt I II s. , 11 Un llie viy 

in g out, 'Another ni'. the weather quarter, 

. ,! c'c a a , 'n'd ..ceo "which .ass'i'd near our stern' 



shouted by 



.Horn. I'.u baps the most ex- 

I I , i.lel, told. 

afle, passing us, halted about 



;am' was lifted highei 
, tomlng aTegular' °ho 



,..-,s » loge'lo'i on our lea, each Oein 

|,..|f,ctly .1,11 i.d, and in shape exactly like 
boy's peg-'op, tl.e spike being in the wale 



October 15, 1SG2.] 



THE DESERET NEW! 



CRICKET Mi 
i Thursday last, Oct. 
ed between the Deseret 
Union Cricket Clubs, 





"j 










llna.li M. Dmigall.b. P. Margetts, 
















A. witlin, b t. Wrath, 


3 




45 


W laningt. 












j, W. Cook, c. G. Luff, 
4. Harrison, c. G. Luff, 






James S evenson, b. McEwan, 








Muo 1, M. D011101II, b. McEwan, 












J. Holey, b. P. Margetts, 


1 



liresrnUnSabi"a e nta of B Enrop r e!as'i'8 shown b 

,!.iti".'l i U I , i | I'tlieiiandles'ofthei 
implements. They were a race of Lunten 

lugs They were also pastoral. Cor tin bone 
small species of horse, are found in close jux 



Ol 1,1,1,0,000. ll 







i:,o,oi>.io«„p, c. Cook, 

ll.oio Loll, Ii. Cook, 
\\,,l,.ini Coper, b. Cook, 
G.o.iv' Loll, b Cook, 
II, ,ov il, 1 ■.van. not out, 
p. .Oop ol.no-'<3, lo Cook, 
11-nry Po.riK.t. Roilmc 
bo,--. K .widen, b. A Ha 
li chard lioclor, b. Co k, 

i I li' 1 , 



Vmpins.— Mr. Jas. Hedger 
f.orcu.— Mr. Jas. A. Thoi 



it very a greeably. ^ 

LACUSTRINE "hABITA 



Yeaily Mod, no-, fir- brethren of us made 3 
short call on Mr. Pliunmer. who has long 
borne the title of Hie He, mil „r M.icJith. 

~ ,'icb is™ entral'in a^man'^'ld onci'iisi 'i','-' 

vironed'onallsid s by a pr.dty .'.ci I 

ummer "recelv'eot us without any' e 
ow of cordiality, but invited us to v, 

ually. e he U arswe"d ,U ve 8 ry "readily'.' n ''l 

V^'l'-l' .oss'l',',,',,, nie ','b iiourof'thc 13ib 



ts says that Mr. P. was 

(Inly jus'. tl.Jiil; ol o! for a Ibir 



.nby.l..v In iihi -al I!. ,inooll,o.o',-io 

oiJ'loo Ooiol.o anl onoo.ol, laughed I, 

nil i' ll,''o.oVo',o,i' -.ol li'rj bonis .1-1, 



. He 'reads' familiar chapter- ■- 



. Clear, and very I 

and windy. 

Cloudy; shower. 



12. Thun. 

13. Clear 

I.".' Cl.oo 



M" , 1 j , : 1 :, , ,:„:.-„ , , l, ,v„ , :„v , ::,d , ,i 



who enlercd Egypl I, r„ „ ,-,..,„. I, „„ 

I'll" w.t oi I'la.od on the table doiiu; 1 In, 

ier had troll brought I'lom the Nile. Thoi 



■,o,,i.,t.e,,o7h, k,Qia,ikedlbeVlcc,oy 

"inly; 

TnE TOOLS GREAT MEN WORK WITH. 
It la not tools that"make the worbmsn, but 

woiho'in 'i,,'™,' 1 '.' '■' |U'""ib"l lb I lb- I ol 
one asked Opi- by what wonderful pioo-aa bo 



.' f'o'oo'o 



" uiilolil Ibo ,oiiii[,,,mI:oii of li-hi an, | if,, 
ariginoC color. 

An oii.i,,,,,! foreign „„■ ■„! once cnllnl u),.,, 



ol" I by no m.'oi " an' i- 

oii 111,- II, .oior look bun nilo a alodv, 
oioioo I., an old i.oi liar, containing a 

'.oiVbb.o' ■■',,. ,';',, .''^".Vio'i.'ol^i "','■ 



z::'-'r 



,1,'ly puMolool in lo'l '-I' n. Ob'," 1 

l Uo. l ,olo'" , ,.;'p"i"o- '"''Mio'lbonliio", 1 '" 

,, ,|„. |.,|, .. s .,r Sw.l. Ill- immediate w. e 

at ,1,, l„.,0 loan on and isp otably wo 



AN EGYPTIAN DINNER IN PARIS. 

The dinner given to their majesll s by Sail 
'ash., was served with trulyOireulnl m.guili 
ence. The l.inpe.or, the Viceroy, anil hi. 
q.l ew Mustapha Pasha, took their Beat. 



i--.i ," |':;:;"'.'"" l .;'.";: , ;;; i | 

Z'.l al'l've lo, h„i> m ','.'|l.l 

od r.ii.ked by til i rlo,, V .'i 

bles were placed II, t.,e, W 



limg b-.i't.'rhW iv»~: lie 



„.,,,,,,„„ West made his „, 

IVigiis.u, laol bin If don n I 

ighl in a blanket, and mad, 

;; i ;^; l V'7!, i rit b i'trc' r tchs'd b. 

od llo- sl.ua. 'rialitl n 11,, 
iuii.1,.,-, bi.,1 of its lighliiing- 



f its lightning by , 



lor I t.o purpose, while II it. 
ri.iioui r, fust calculated eeli 
.■ handle.- [Smiles' Self Help. 

THE t'LOltlDA REEFS. 



nd dillarj, the Empci 



\\°t 



r'.nufiv:^".:. rV; , pv.:r;;,,:;.;; , ;:,,J l ; 



Ibo.ubjratwasjo 

LakTzur!ch. a Th 
lowed by others. 

trace 1 in Llo, C 






icntto the army d.i.a sod folks J, oii^.f ^,.1,1 ,.,, r ,,.|,,.,i o^^o'u 






II.;!';,;" 



Vj'llio'o.oilii ol l'l,o pa- u."i'"s.!ii i.,i io'liie guests. The Pri 
I penal, who had been present at then. 



locv.-Tbe Obi,, K'.i.'i /, , 
in,.- lory in relation In a II. 
I'.iio.u-.a.-ptcauonfo, 



.fVfeSS* 



THE DESERET NEW 



[Octomjh 15, 1862 






SEMI-ANNUAL CONFERENCE. j nolo .... ■!,.- ,.r,..c pip. wh.ch 11 » A . 

he Seml-Annual CoTference of the Ch.ircli It the wilof Gal'xm'lJ*™* £,\b*to* 



H'edMsdw, Oc 

TUB STAMP AC 



P.'s-lci.t r. i l,..„, Y s » 






Hal act, referr. 



Elder Ci.-f A 



Bishop L. W. Hardy 0UV1J pea 









Mad. mention of i 



1 . intei e.tpd may pay it cheerfully. 

I ANOTHER GOLD FIELD. 

o I The newly discovered fjol I mints on 






of Fart Limln ''"; : ',' !'."'■' '■'" <\ "i ,!l ' 






r drew near, the pub- mines. Thei 



ved at Ilri|.l.ara C.t 



Dpncdio ion by Elder Orson Hyde 



...;!. no l.,...,„al Revenue law ... In ; ,„„„,„. s„e,.l or tiie pa ty, among whoo: ' ?'„'/" A b > W M E "- T - 

enc ; other. .eared consequences. The , were j. E . B i.sell, J S Wl»i and ! '"" , [ r "" , - | 

;s of court. commpnead charging and col. Robert Downs, w.rc ,„ our odke yea.erdayl ElJ.rCl.irlMO.BUh ■ 

nglhe las imposed on legal docurop.it. in | and gave a glowin. account of the mines, th-.i II l:i.l f... I pp. ,■-... i.) 

■y, intending to purchase and affix to extent «nd riclmpa'a. The number d Jiggers "" -" J •■■'•■'■ "■ II ■ i.-i.i 
the reuuirpd Bta.. ps when thpy should at work when ihey kf- w..s l'....r <.r (..-,■ ' "' *"'"' '"" ' l ""' ' h 



It,.- Co.,; 
lis k... -it 
u-1 .0 a h-l 



ot 1. to. hit not so will, , e. 11..., v. n I... I-... Mm' du-^ "t l;.e c.p ..[ inv li.ri; thou shall no 
I....U.-I u;...|. as b.:..s lery .:*...[. i .,.!■■■■ .no. ..:. ...U .. a.-s . , ■, ,. |w ;| p u i ,, ,,,-,. tee 

fiiiici'plcaol the ki.ivd.u. it la br.. . _i I . t nrai io.it ,o thy i.,,1, b„.» .. „■.. ,,, that we may gc 



October 15, 18G2.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 






lici-ieiv..! 1 1 i ■= i Iln-him V,>,i t: , President of the Pol 



right. Let us put our 



Vln.V,:,;,,!;'^;: . 









the Perpetual Emigrating Fund, the princi- 
ples up.,;, nl.ioh it is l...s .!, >!»,»; Hut Hit 
i.|...ll,.l, H'iir, u-ic in d.-bl l„ that fund should 



fifteen yeais ago, and felt to rejoic 
ospenty that had attended the Sa 



.Lb I J.i .,.-■ . Mi Alh.thr 3 r- "0 /ion.-' 
he v ,e S „a, dieted h jE ,e..Wn 



Wedu eday, Oct 
Choir Bang 

Praverby Elder A. Jtl. Li nun. 
Choir sang 

Elder Orson Hyde was call 



ttt tlif Lot.! .1. : .... r;,:i:i'i /.men. 

J. V. Lose, 
Clerk of the Ceiucru 

THE BATTLE°OFCORIMTir. 



:h that of the Colifi 






una of the Fust P esi.l.-ney c 



Gen. Koseu- 

i of October, 






.,. fill..! ill- I'.'ylhc, <i ,.::: 



l Geo ge B. Wa! 



ii.g ..,.,.. ,.,-,• nini-Unthn of thin, lspl.. cos. 1 1 -n. v [...nun..! 



go..- Quorum; Ji.. is dn.iib ...,J I'lt.-i Li lii, | :U . mj, „ .i„,i vj., n I m ...il.l rise up and 



t'.k-r Join, v.„, I', f , :1 „l that I 

hia imperfections ..ml at... b.s iiubilin i - It 1 

"""■->■ the C.,.in , in ! Hi...,,. I ......,.- »,tl! 

anceoftbebpnit ol i.o.i,:lill ne c.joioed in I Willam 
being home again, and once mure lu " -~ - J " 



W. Hardy and Jesse C. Li.t.e, his coun- 


1 hue b-eii pniil.g.-.l'ivi 










Juoruti.; itu-h.liil \V. .McAllister and George 


I »■)• von shall ." iron, 




,., in' things ol Got; 1 


AlcUee il.irru, lb . a.d'.-iit of the Teachers 












John d. Cirpenler, P.esident of the De-cona 


s ll.il ui.t 1 •"„! 1 


i ■loriiin; Shi.,,,,1 G. LadJaiid Wane,, Hardi.-, 








Brigham Young, Tni3tee in Trust for th - 


th- 11.1 i Gh"it ell ill mil 






Daniel 11. Wells, .Si, r e,-, niece, , 1 of Public 




Worka. 




Willam H. Fulsoni, Architect for the 


we a-e Christ's, ...... i'l.i 


Church, 


ttle hkaainga «t Ue.veu a 



,d Capt. Daine'a aoon after. 
Thk Sehsos.-OI late, the 
bteadiPlbitful, 



THE DESEltET NEWS. 



[October 15, 1862. 



--- , ■ — „ .--.Ant) I r. .,*■„,■> {',;■■, - W ■ I -,it ^.ii ;\ s.imp 10 IMiLKALUlA. 

— „ ' . OX TEAMS AND HOUSE TEAMS. I""™" Co* ''",'■" V about "tern 

■'' ','•.' '1 ■■ '■ ■■ : ■ ■"' '■ ' '- ''.','". '"'."v 1 ! I .'.'".!.''." ;'."',■',.".' .'.' i'!'-!,', '..•!' noun Is. At ttie the l-n t ■■!! - "i I-" "-''"re °" h e malady. 






.Mlej thV' i'lMoH crow, or bree ling bjr ! „* 

[^. b ;,v'iK. , uMr vfr'w o'r'V.' Toy."""! i j™ 

■',« 'i!ot scorn \o°l/\holUim"or'alllioogb, , ' or 
.tfii.tcroaaaa.ully partakes 'lulls pcrccp- m J 

i.'.v ..( i:,.. < i, ... act, r, .-.,.- .i l-,,'i, i'' 1 ;;^;*'^ i 



:!;;;;r'',:; ^■;,r;;^ , !^: , ^ , ""d:: a:;:i;".:; ! : ■"■;:'.• ";:.'::',::;;. l rc sis 

i|,," ye!", in ..'.'..lit tv,i insiai.i c -= . r s-r.i.-- ktci-0 an! | „,r ci,..„i:li In stc.irt 1..0I 

' ,eca " s S^EH;i2 

,d latter, iniitj ami told 
t.na of a pint or int.it of 

" , ,. S JoTlo , !';"h^r"ll' 1 '^ 



it buaineaamorc or leaa extensively.— [Even- ..nd >«'< '',-, ' ( app-.. 

To DasTr^~Ct^Wc™^~E. Annan- u .,,,,1' „.,i,,"j .,i', , ,, 

..id. Clinton to., Intl., writes to the-tAr,!- I, oft 11, .-.olive ox,-, ■ 

!,„,,./ tli.it tin- cut won,, o.in ft -II nal.y ,,,, .algiawillbtgoi 

istroytd, by makin; two or three lodes 111 the lei 1 being kepi ..arm, and th- vvlt.lt b 

,t ground near a plaid, fit.in live 10 eight „„,»| petfee, ly ole.ni. There are two kind. 



i.ra.ls«v. 1, "r. l Hi; 



!:;::;;;■/:,:: 



Siayrt 



Tbc cbild of a negrc 
0, and so long as on. 
. pure, tlie progeny 11 
tlie children of uiulal 



ky tbert is no comparison bttwttn oxtn 

-'e-aoi 10 tost of keeping, ll.crt tvonl.l 

flti;.. tllllere..-.- ,1 I »'-,,. Up! oil 



(halt 






re .a.-[StocktanJpuri 

New Cnras.-Whti 



.,"„... When ApTil oou.-s they are lttpt on 
.- o.lhriv and ih.i. the.- l.-..ri. the .Inference 

helvvoei, e,„..,,, and living .Ken of 

lI'^'^VMheo'Vil'iitlhaVof'towsTy 

oxTi'lts.- [ Mas'sac'lnis.'' itTpiou.gbm'an. "'''" g 



I'l.il .,|el|,l,ia, I,,.,,,,.,. Me 



,11 iin: Iheir tlep- 



FOR BUILDING. 
In common practice, the cohesion of mortar 
, greatly Impaired by oiUlg ^-J***^* PJ r " 

''A'caJk'oMime weigtinfTtwo hundred and 
■ighty poiindit. nude ...to tight cubic foot ol 



..!7.:,".:. 



per, or the Tic Doloreoin- of the r.cncl., the 
si.il.nng is fearful, 'aeeause there is no room 
for ois'eiision, and every instant, the heait, by 
It^bja^nB^plj^mo,.. hloo.l into the in, ,-,l„e 

1 1 . 






g a -"-'1 ;! 



; e v!;; l ,.,:;ihe' 



."1 'th 11 i,'i:!-lo. w England Farmer. 

Now KiNio',o"tVi,Vv'r'- The Stockton 

l'.,"onV t Hi!, , - |i.' ,V Win a! "10,11 1 ill l.e'.V "is 

sown by A. B. WynUop, at the State Lu- 
natic Asyh Nov. frill,, 1S6I, and harvested 

-- U,u.e30in, 1M.2 The yithl from 5J-I ftet of 
B " T land was 47 pounds, or at the rate of 03 

"JK ot'mS. Till wheat is smooth chaffed and 






WToS.^ 



1,0 [o v.iy leu acedi. <!,,.- foe.-h,! wlit-i 

''''' r ;\*;V"'iU^'' : 'i v ,' : - l , , ''i ! '-u ''"lon'h'ui ''■'' 



-itl."[hem " w.luVfemo"° ET "a"' 

0,1 II,!,',, the l/ii.m. All Others set 



ow supply.- [GtrmantovvnTe 



p with mortar.— [St. ei.uht Anita 

REORGANIZaTIOn'oF THE ARMY OF 
THE POTOMAC. 



1 No. 129.— Fine: Th 



i c ^,i:^ir 



t food enpyly but a moder 

ov'e r ,,|!!,!l| ; .,!i„!l the » 



femia .tly cured in a reasonable t„,,e by 

strict personal cleanliness, by coo nig, loosen- 
ing food, a B named, and by bi.athing a|o„e 

1'1'iel ' I " inig'thebou.rsot 
ght. Those alio prt'ei un, en ,1 y.ic 



deUmlora^rt.ruies^'l'l'f.ll's'itn 



An Ail;.-, in oiioM-i hi. 



in the State of Missouri, says: 

'■Thirty days and Missouri will 
strovtd. Thtre is scarcely a horse or 
in Norlh-tast MiBSouri fit for any 
You may stop at fifty houses, and no 



be label, ,.,,, of II, e S • . , , e . '1 I , . , ,,,, ,. I, .., y 

'■ N,'!' l,,rof , '.,",, ,r h If i ■ '-> ai..:' 1,1, I, an: 1,. I.l'l'u, Tb'e gl.v.'rn- 



'n,,.V,.i,.!!r..-. , 'a''ni.,.i'. l n.'..,rin'c-.ntr.il Orders s,n..[.,. 3 u„|, .,,s.b,,|o,i a.,1 nielel,,,,, , ■ s. 
., I-.M, of S-|,le,nl,.f. l-.J, l„, ,|, s , Vve,.|n,.- ', -.,., ,.. ,.' ,., i. , I ,, I .■.,,,,, , ., , - 



s:f.'f.s 



Cap'ain I.loyd lieall, S-c.i.il f„, 

By cS'er'oHhe Secretary 8 of Wn 

L. Tno.ii.vs, Atljutant- 
Under this order the following 



'I I, Corps, iMijor-Ceneral BnrnsiJt. 
12tb CoJps! Msjo:-G;ntr r al SegH"" 



Law Si-its. -Tl.e Spriiigd.-ld If-rM 'ells 

lu,'b'a , rr.''l..hfvVros , !c,'ro.N,,| , bV\'t,^,l'.'.',.! 
,„.| „f thai e.eenliic vil'agt:_-Tbe I'nst 
lit was about three skeins of yarn. The 
.|-..„,l,,„i „as bf.ileu, nldigtei to pay for the 
,,r d boar the ex, , ns-a. Wishing 10 



sublime contempt for law suits.' 



October 15, 18G2.] 



THE DESEUET NEW! 



©enerat Notices. 



(General Notices. 



-,. «...,.. w » 






%i£\i'zir£z± 



©tncral Notices. 



GEORGE BONELLI, 19th Ward. 






IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! 



a t .£.;, 



ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE. 



-.'■i;.;-;',, 1 :";,';. LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS ! 



MUSIC. 
II. L. RAYMOND 



F. J. P. PASCOE, 



ir ■■?,;. ' 



HOME! SWEET HOME! 



SIGN OF TME GOLDEN BOOTS. 

m 

C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

LOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



R' T 



20th WARD WEAVING FACTOR'S 

1i.ru. (..J,!.... [.In... v.. ,',,,., H: .,,,!,,.[ ., yi.-.-l... Km, 



FIFTEENTH WARD TIN SHOP, 
CHARLES - !?. JONES, 



TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. 



NORTHERN MAIL. 



CHEAT INDUCE M UMTS 

CASH BUYEKS. 

KIMBALL &~ LAWRENCE 



CITY ACADEMY. 



u - 





MERCHANDIZE, 
















LOW PRICES. 




b..0,, M . HHOALL » LAWMHM. 


FOR SALE. 


T 


^'"■!!l'\'^.'n^:' : ';,':;T°'^5nSr^ 
























TN* H03I.VJ, Ag^nti wuo;c premises Join on the 




"' 



NOTICE. 

SCHOOL TO PREPARE BOYS FOR ME 

CHANICAL BUSINESSES, &c, 

To Comm nee 13/ft September. 

E. L. T. HARRISON, Teacher, 



o\ 


©en 


rat Notices. 


: : :::;u: 


iS? : ^™.™s 


03 


™"',',:,'.'.: 


""sSi,. 



SEW ESTABLISHMENT. 
LAURA READ & CO. 

milliners, »hi:smukers ami i 

HOLSTIl ESSES, 



UNITED STATES 
MAIL JjjBSMifc STAC 



L. I. SMITH, Proprietor, 



JUST BETL'BKED FROM THE EAST 



essrs. SAVAGE & OTTINGER 



PHOTOGRAPHS, PLAIN AND COLORED, 
IYORYTYPES, CARTES DE V1SITE, 

AMBRO TYPES, MELAINOTYPES, 

CRAYON AND SOLAR PICTURES, 

PORTRAITS IN 0:L, WATER COLORS, 

AND INDIA INK. 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 
MEDICAL DISPENSARY. 
Dr. J. lTdUNYON 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 



000,000 



MATCH FACTORY LffK 

MAIN STREET, G. S. L. CITY. ; r m,'** 

FINDLAY & MARTIN. |S»mS.">*° 



TIIE DESEItET NEWS 



[October IS, 18C2. 




TO ARRIVE! 

WALKER BROS." 
- cTo O IS!! 



- ?™ 
3,200 


New 


•^Bcrtiscinenta. 


Uu'y. 


i'':r" : 


ROBKHT BOD1I.T. 


Tl'ty"".'.. 


%':.;;■ 


•^r,'::„' ,, ::..', , r,-: , . , ',:;-, , ;,'-' - : > v:: 


Sp 






i— ."/ 


' : ' : ''' : ' ; ":""; : ^: 




HHE;£'.' '::. :;! 



400 Fnckagcs of Hickories, and Checks 

60 Cooking Stoves, Small and Large, 

New Designs. 

5000 lbs. Sheet Iron, Light and Heavy. 

'IN PLATE, HOLLOW. WARE AND 

TIN-WARE. 
5.G30 lbs. Sugar and Coffee. 
6300 lb3. of Teas, fine quality, Hyson' 

Gunpowder, &c. 
SBOWS SME'TOSO, 

niras, Cottonadcs and Drillings. 



Fjixcy sjnnrisc, 

haul Baalsi, SlaUt and Ltllir - Paper. 
5000 lbs. of Tobacco, Sweet and Natural 
Leaf. 



GOODS 01' EVERY 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



T?,l f ia AND L I 3 3 ?. T - 



NO. 17! 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 



VOL, XII. 



Cl.^sT, !... ;t .u- t -f ibe lath", lopnfoi 



Apostle and Hi K h Pri 



"an tl,i.'w.y they be«<n° l^ Apostles o. Je", 

( bust, mid .11 (he .lijnl I, s coming (he 



ehould'believe tlie fullness of the goi 
sincerely repent of all their lilt The 



liio voice of a tiutnpct from nation to nation 

and imek o the earth to lies from Pi ibylon U 

, ,'.t,l (he .iitli;naii..u sha I he past. If all thi 
inhabi'ants of the earth bad been a> di'titenl 
■ (.searching out the truth and as willing I, 

b"«"ra"he^rl3Voil?hav?i2nM™ 

verted lone; ago. Jiut few people, comparet 

the e,i,p I of J. ens Christ in anye.geof lb, 



were overthrown by the great 



of the Son of Man. 

Smith, jon . to bm.g forth Ins f.'osp I 



parser, of .,, the blessing, promt, d ,„ ht, ^til, „„„„„, ,,,,,;, h ,,, ^ ^ ^ ji, ; ,i ■ ff^Z „,,, ,°' t ' »p=;- ' ' i, 

11 w h h ' n olr<i! " )y }"'" m! "'' '""' kor " ' '; ! '" " s " : " '" ' "" I 1 "- 'i"'(. >ir „ii, ; tii 1 en ii.at ,, '„',„ 1 ;,',: ",',',' ','"' J'?,;]' u '', i "' lU " 1 1 l " 

naiTfthavl" "' ok ' ! .' | ".':"' ,>""• '''/"' " , '" l,:l "' '"" '':" "!,' .'" , " '"■" •< d '" : > l '"' 1 " 1 '<"' <>"< »''''■ '« 11 ''"' d ' In-' in ' ',',', 'am, ibe'i!',''! 






Again, "Bl ssed a, 
Mai,°s" Mke? R.j! 



the sayings of Joseph Smill 



Jo ,'I'h Snil'h.On Hi e o.M|, , 



„llo.,,:-"Y„ll, ,h„, p„,Kl.-ih. gospel to tl 
itng, he wars that will heart.-. >„,- to the In 



.I 1 .,-::::/';",;; 



Vj "':■»' ';'"","'■• '-"'••■ - ■••'- »■•"•"■■ " i-...i-........V , .oihV;„n, , 1 1 

did their 'shortly ...me I- pass, Leg ,.■ at the rebel- ( a k - I h-i t its her e , i ii refer 

- ,"'"'", I""' " ' thowoild llonot South C.ni.lin.i, nln.-b will e,,-nl,,allv an -., ml lea, I b.ti I wish lily brclhr.n It 

eparaled the Lail.-i D.u t- , fr.,i„ t:.- . t- r,„,:, (.- in : |..,-h a, ,i ,v ,» „,.,i„ |„ i.,l,- Ii ,., ,,,, ,„ ptay for lb ,, a 

ompany? They have. i-'„rul„v? l-'or ,lu- souls. Th. ,]., ,-» will cine that war v, , II h- pi.,,,. l„f ,;,,,, t|„. |„.|,! ,„ .,, ,„,-', 

leyihg .he laws of the land'. No. Tl, y , I „„, ,., II ,,.,„„,„ 1 .- ,tl tint -. ,, I 1-v ,.r ,.l. .„„! „«,' |„, 

ast them out for beli-ving in J a (.In ist ,.:.,.■.; I„r I..-I, II,.-; he,,, V,|„ ,.h. ,„,/„., II,. ,!,(,, I„. -,., .,,,,, ,',„„, ,| ,',„ 

nd in Joseph Smi h as his prophr . Ihi, „,■.,', I ,,,..,, „■„ ,\„, „„■: ,,.'.,., irs line „,.,„,i'„l „■„, , -p,,,.,. ,,,.„ ,, ,„ 

thole people weie ess- ,„i [,„ I, |„., „ ■ .|..,i S nil,..,,, v.rea will ,:,!| , i, ,, h.T h.iliue or i.',„l, ami ,„ are we. (,'reat and inigh 

ill for teaching ami practicing the Patriar- i.ih.i, m>; ami ll.nsw.ii shall hep,, .,,.,[ jst,,,' I. „ „, ,,, „!,.,„ .,.„,„] , heoblni. 

Ii.lfa'ii.....i.i,t,,.,,,,i,.,,',,!,,'.,,i,, on-npo., all „., ( ,,,,-," el ,: 'I'he ,, i.-l,..,!,,,.,. ,f „„„„,„. ,•„ ,,,., ,,, ,. , ,, , 

:" "' ","'' """ " ' ""' '""" I'l'.ni.l.ed lo »4 I "»H ai.1,,,,,1 downward, whit* are p in,; l„ and p. epai nig the w.iv 1„, 1 1 

" "' ^Tta-K.'r 



,"r.!:;:.,"5.,; 



revelations Iron, (,„,l. Ilml l„,ly angel 
' I I . 1 t I 



Xtz; 



■i ' 



', or Je'-,..,' Ciirist to me, and t 
of (he Holy Ghost. Had I I 



thev h.,|,e they have exper diced a change of 

tviorT,,^^^^^ 

did not know that my aim were forgiven, my 



em. Joaeph to'd U3 lhat Jesus wa; 



Itttt™ 



pre.i.l I I I I I 

nnjjlycsTonrh",r,d\Tem"rnnesof',o'-c: 
Hhai .'owe now see abroad? Con'u 

Id- of I'.- Vl'' .'( . '.„■'.', : ' It '. I'l.oe" 

't"l „„" 'a'".'; i'i i \', l' i ' u " 
tcred them to the four wind's .,1 Ir.'v.i,' 

' 1 r,.. In'!, I oilman li'fe will L 



aid upward. Light and d.itkne.s, ot in „ h-i turns 'I, ..twill ,'.u 

t:h ;'"^'' 'i' Hrk ':- 4! lalli'T (Inn he.hl, w ; In m lin.l |.f„„'.,l ,,..,.. nln 1 1 ",,,„ |. e I '{,', 

wilT dec'l^eit"''"*' lb '""^ *'' d C ° h '° s <'""''°! ' ii lh'e a i°o!yO,',e of l.raef a™,d" that'^B king' 

isi"',v ','. r ,i' , i'',','' l ',i,";;,',b";i' "",""' 'tK k ;""\i'' '■''''"' '■ l ' ,| ' i>i "'» i ' i ' i ''' |r -' l ' 1 ' 1 '''' '»= '>>°><u ^ it>» 

ki'g's.d' , 'lH..'.', , .'.| 'and , ,lin",,"s,o,t'f„? , |,'ir!| l ,'e I',',',',','!',','' ,'.',',,''',.Vv," ' w!., !|, y '.!f ' ',,,""c"o,' l" I,',',',"/" 

pin, lief, liny e,,nhl h ,,, to [...'lllee, ;: I |, v „|„,,,|,,,. ,,,, I „, I ,.'.',,,,', I on It, .oh I I I 

ceemiio 'In,, g..„g .low,, lo the In, Kb-; ,, „ ,. ,.,.„,,, ic ,„,,„, ,,, , . ,, ,-„ ,„, .„„, 

! , i" , .',',',,, ; .i,!.''s''''io' 1 i".e 5 Ai,'''ii' i",n'' 't'ls 1 '!"'", 11 " '■' , '"' 1 "'" , "" :;, ' 1 " ,M ■'<■■■:' '" 

ibat ii'..';', „V :; '""" .,,".',!".«"".!, ai,"i'i',; '..',',',',' .',! u!,',,,.'!.';!! [;!!n'",',J' t!!!!",'.',,.,. 1 ,,"^ 1 ' 1 ,!,!.''*.,.'.'.'.!; 

'"I b, V.I, ,„ we ,„,;, ,„,, ( ||„ 1,,,.!, .;,.,„,., ||, , |,.,l ,...,,,. ,l.,ll, up,,,, the III, I,.';. 



Ahal. „ ,l,.„d ,' 



emptied, and u terly spoiled: for the Lord 
When Joseph Smilh came to the pe ijlel 

the^ s".'nl"'iet a v,'s f kMl' Via" T 'iie'vill' ',' Inin",' 
pros, I) !,"'"„', to!.',., 1 ,,"", nils 'an'd' l'l,',,',d""!, ,',', 



Tbey killed Joaeph Smith, 1 



"5 ' bt stin'y. 

.I.e'toung't'..',;."'! 



,le,n!.j i" l .,'n.l'"it,"a'uppo > rt*ers!" 'i Ins ha" 'be'!! '"a i'i','.," ,',,!',",'!l'„"„',!' "Z't our school, every 

l.a» tin.,,,, led, be,;„.e (he ,„ „ . „ r V „l "| I, e a" k ' 'll ■' ! !,' ' U '-, ',',', ' '| ,'.' ",! a',' ! '■' o f ! ! „ ,! ',',' t O ' b' ^ !,'..' 



hose mighty I tipoi 
Iculated 1„ hung lo pass the winding ' of wisdom a 
ad not yel been born ill the flesh, i he t for skill lo , 



Jdestr ycd, and everlasting rigb 



r _■ upon aupp'y - 



'll- b.n, ,„' ,m", .o'u,'i!"|!.V''., !■"',!,',, b'e!s'l'be!i"eo,b'l,en! 

,.. had not said a word with regard lo liven ;;. and pcif.ol g'ft romMb ft. 



and slew I, 

:..:...':: 



^momCseiled'a's'lo !',',''.','.' ,'.' t '• w " '..'a lid"" heien'tly do 'l" ,, \'T, 
ns.todietale and g.,„l,. all.,,,, in I rein'' wo.k. 
w.u.blha, in.i.ui all (heir I "■""■- ,an.t> is slamp.J upon t> « wo,! , 



roselt'e, ml ,.|, i.,,,,!, I :i ,.„| in t Mb .. , Hi. ', wo, ].; I,.,,. >| . n,.io,, u|| 'b, in 1-,-b - - ■- ■' : i- ' .'. i ■ m .- in,----: u[ '„, 

uiniry with I h,u,, , vpnse . ur poin i. :, I , ,., I ,b..p |., ,,! pin's will v. in,, bun fnairaml of t.-.e.'- In nd u i b n .-,,.•„,, i ., ,, p, „Ju, 

a'lnd.; tune, l.-i m. I; , I t"lV, ,' .'' ' ' 'I'li.-i did I, ,'(l*»'t i!,r ,'!,' .'•' ',':.', ...'w .id 'l.'.'l. ild' u].' /n'.'ma ■ .1 .,.,:. Hm J eh be, a ml .11 .,:',,, 

the naiion that has ,1 in i bet of Ondje' " 



ly gives W thino, „|„e U J n . i; 



THE DESERKT NEWS. 



[October 22, 1862. 



pleasing dirt" rencc. F ( 



us explore this 6 r««t li'l 



produce insanity, said to I The Constitution confers on Ibe Federal THE SECESSION ELEMENT ON 
clfii 10 a greater extent tbiin , ?» v ' "."lent r... power to chanice the 'l"»- 



l.ellum volui.taiiiy .. Jm.J J.,-,,, c -.-:c .1 into - .u° 



•■ » lli.i 



iienj.n.- wh .1 I linoiv to others, ami been , 
b.esje.l in so d...t,g. After all o..r oniteavors , 



guerrillas are charged ' 



tor i;oi| B ain!"l'ii""l'l.r.-« .ik'u'i'ii",'- .iV,: V'm''"',' .",",' V','" 1 "' ,1 , rC """'''" " : "'" ' [ 



CALIFORNIA 1 1 L .V 
The Supreme Cou.t of Calif. 



Chinese Capitalioa Tax, passed by the Legis- 






l.-fll..!,..,,) 



| ,!,' ■','/,' ,]"."; ,' ! !' ■ '"" " ' " "; ' '''" '"'•'" ■' " : '' n: ' '" " !: * ""', : "? ," :; " i' , ' |,; '' ■>' 

vent the Co..s-|-..i ,i' ,..l„ -'„ ■■ ■,..' ..!„,'."',. tvl'...' «,■„ i;,i I .-,".-'. ,'■>■ ,7'V,' '.,'.' 

'"."»' l-Tso.,..-i.tl,er f.-ru, ll.in a,a penalty ex, ress.i.; freely the ho. e tin: no Ui.i.iii 

pir..-. pn.,.,!^ ,,t :...i,. e-,:,, .,.;.-.'■■ r ' _':.. *,.;. Ti.eyep.ak and act as n, u, Hi ;r 

o,'. wl.ol- s-ai.s, w ul.out : I la : , „, ; „..,•,, ,.* i a , i , I, -I ! rj n a ml 1 1 .ason ar e j .>t. Ii i hie a nj 



"■''.'■ " 



ml She elvHI p,.| :. a',..., vl 
hut ii. in In nlaal Jo-no. s. 

H '.,'.1. 'J.', V.- .'.'= ■' i'.-'j'.-'sVj" .".",,' 



'the faiflp.au-a':! o! law, Mel Jiepi pt 

-o«. bel,..,., and II., ,:,..., -I,..,,,!,, in 






in the North and West 

i nsli'.ulioiial doc 

harshly of its author. The 



■' "' "■■-' leq.nre.M.y I'l'e Virni L t.v.u'i'i' »erv ha I. .it'll:, :"„l :' la'„,'.","a i ,: 

whethei he .h, ,„,',. la \ „l e "l.'n.r.', 1 1 * : .■ > i: a i- , I : ," k.n'.a, aboi.'d I U I * 

happens to be a State 



in San Francisco on 'the •"itu'iilt" "al'lno P'"""" 1 ' 1 ". in relation tothe proclaa, ,:, .,„, :,'';'',""-'' ''! : '' » f ■' f ' " eouoy sho il : a.. »".! i|,. ..(livra of boih the Slat ■• and Federal 

..'cWcliin Ihc'lnornint. I: is represented by ■"■'' ""■' l'"" 1 ' '"' ll ' f *«'h» .eh I'.,'"-,,, ,1, -I', "l',':,,; a',',"' ,, Jr"eoe.™ nan"^"? it sohh";"'' bo;'". s , 'o'n'Le;n' ; a'f u'^ar'iVe, 

theater as having been the most sever, ex- °' "'','a'.', '.','.' ",!' ''.",',".' ."J.i'A'.' .''l""" ■..'." "'".' V,7'V!'",';'""'.'' . ''.'■" "■-"■' l ,nb "- ■■■!'..'!*.• ..'*' ' .."?*.' . 1! " I' 1 *."". 'o California! 



has Ihe I.uinh- 1 ..I . ..;ea cast ... !!-w s,,i .-. -mi.: :!,,, ui.yhe ... se./.n.- , ; ,-, 

f Nal. on to .1.. with II... .;..■ ..:lei, ti's Male I ble. .1.1.; trooli'e ... it, |r.,, ',,.3 

gu.l y of |.o ■"■ ► ' ; l.ol it ,« .,■.!...„ that lliein.,,1,1 



II... ReinarJinn.. 



...panev of certain I; 
"bich lit been India 
t'toia which (hey do 



:, r?ac o .".ii , !, Lrine L». 



into execu 


ion. The 


afctyotMi. Bai 


hac 


.". 










,., 






bad been awarded 


by 


the c uet, 




d for in 






ng put in posses 




by 




aided by 








T..e t'a.aa says Ih 


















fiionally g 


.r„.,!, , ,.r 


'•Me 'encamped 


,,.,' 


















itlcn by swearm 


Sin 




wait fash 


enable CI, 


slian style. 







amount to half a mil 


on of dollars short 














lion dollars, many of 


hem lo prosecute mi 














»re of almost daily 




no doubt, many caus 





' '!"'■ ~, a ^ , '"' ""' ll,ll;l ' J; > I'.wiroi ■;,,. .nan. at ho..,.- i.i.f,. tlv ]'■.,. ial ao.l.o.i.y. 



through, the very body c 



l , " , ' ::l '■-' "I ( v »..!v,i,„, „,„ ,„ 

in- lall,.|...ox. To Ili-i't ,: lei ,,„,,.„ ,,„,! 

liatne'^ "' C n Ii". 1 '''' '' '"""• Tb " r " lbt 
lh-r- „:„i...:i„. ,,.,..;:..■ ,.,.„, ,. " \..:,. 

^iu'»'t''itsTji'th°es V 'c'u' C 'd'' d by "" V '" V ' e 

Clothiko ASS F..!i-ipn»c A It . c.>t r.XT. _ 

I... IS hoote.-. . i.iii., l,;„„li,.,.. i ;„!'.■, ,-, ,'""e'' 
i.-f. «hnt», ■J.ii:i.l,li.,i%er.,-.'.ii.n pr. ,...,!... ■. 

cuaJai, lij'l u.eaa pans, PS S.t.ley tents, eej'w'all 
eamp kettles. I'., boiii.s, |<. e,„,ns, lil tiler,. 111 

<au.|. lolois, and 1 national color. 






-Tnos Zuhlc, Robs 



October 22, 1862.] 



ME DESERET JS'E' 



THE EXCISE TAX LA 



A jlu 'S A1A i;i;i \t;i:. 






f.ec. 41. Ami 

"''.•';,/ r ''"'''>' 



i.f I.:-' ;■! 



[ by the owner, age 



=lr«\ r ;;:. ,n ;.Krw b 2.S?.7i , .'i! , 2 

from day lo day, the quantities ol 
, or Bt.pcni.un.l- ...^■•■■■.vroiber vegetable production", n other 

.nVt'lbethn?' of ; J^^f, X''^"^ ui^'Te-f £"111° 






'tttr^os 






Treasury D par i ' t 1 ] '">. I till I 



r'Ke 



T. .- town maJe 



*ry-marrir',IJewhasii 



..^^j.t ,.f tl, , 

'.'.luVVi."'.'.',".;;''; 



'liuVhOTM^M^^^brSl 



'M*/..? 






the duties are not paid as aforesaid 
he said spirits shall be Btored at th 



!:.r:,:!;" , „",.^ , :i:;:; 

Societal. ..I lit- l'ri-jsur 
tuiiher rcoiilnl,,,,,, and i 






.u'iil'.n'.'.'l ''iV.'.'.'ni.'e'. and in aV"n'.!.'i 



within such li.no as may be preset abed by 

I I I I 1 II 1 

in; losi.esn.-ll I shall first make oath, 



a,-, ,h',ll ...,- .-i :,.''.i,J ■-, 05,- a... I II '0-- i-.»-a I I I s n I 111 

«r, or other teasel, a-i aforesaid, .-.Ib.-i a., 1- pc. I ,,, ,„ . |.e „M, ; ., Hot, , : _ui l,.-n.l pu-.-i 

I oa 1 hate been fully kept and performed. 

...rpose, in.- ...i,.-.i..-r ,.| K ,ill.m-i -f i-pn o „,.,,.■, ■"^^^ '^l ^ .^i", "' 7 V ' ' f^. "!- , I '.' ^ V,'' ^..^rl..'.'! . ." V V. ! '. ' V,' > 

of gallons sold, or removed for consumption eel said bond on payment of said duties, with. 



^:!;,i:::!,::;:."? aU,tk 



:.-ar l.nildim- or l.-n. ins on the saine,"^ be 

,i.-d lor o.n.ii foilino.ilions tor Hie del. lie. 
of the harbor. I I.e.- Seletlmen, upon appllcj 



a.'lc to the treasurer in being." 

In 1 I, ,i a .I,.-...; I..--J April 18, the 






n | l h'hl!l,'''u IV'l'e 

Til'Ve'w'l'e'll,''-", 


".v f.roi'ii'eil Willi n \vifr> 


Vent o|-hei'l-,,,|„ IL 

biV 'object it I."/ 


.-,.,1,') ,-„ rr ,-„d",;,.."a l ,i'n 



!:;:t,,oV^, 



liltyof a breach, f I 



;K;"i;„I:: i,,j! "' 



.» -The Portland ZttlA 
We understand that si 






er.c-d! 'of tins amount sl.'.i'.'.nv,'. i.li i. s.t 

lo Ho eon re- of tli.il port b> Hi. »u- 

lioa of trade. This is paying dear for the 



THE DESERET NEW! 



[October 22, 1862. 






(•UM'i;I)i:;iATK RAID INTO PENN- afloi 



irgl Tin Cotifcdei 



laii.heisl.nrc;, 
nt t.) Frederic 

of „l,l,.h S'l, i 






. ■■ x: ;„::: 



'■"">' "'■'I' ,»».iii-a if „,„,,., 



by which the. enemy 



KMAS SMITH ...EDITOH AND 



»V*diiesd«y. Odobrr 22, 1802. 

~ ' ARRIVAL OF TIlAiNS. 



F.l.l.-r J.i 



Conl 



r!i.i|.:.i 



n rlh side of Ibat stuart wiUl hls forcc tiaveled uineij, lni]c8 in Salt making speculation. 

ipplcd condition l)V j nlj . fl , ur h , urs . Gen. Fleasoiiton's forces I On (he 12th of October, a grand parade 
miry had reaao, . marched about eighty in the came length of ' and review of the enrolled militia took place at 

MI'S' r "'y,tlme. St. Louis. Fifteen thousand mustered, and, 

Maryland in any | fe .„ a ,„ ji, ri ,, e their raid ,, as considerable, j biisine.s' was suspended. The display i„- 
sely and itrongly u |, j,:,^ however, that they generally res- \ ■piretl Ihe h pes of many, that the city would 

pay was offered in Confederate treasury J an immunity from invasion 

irly were des royed wherever they went,! THE KILLING OF GEN. KELSOX. ~ 

lil"!^u"TtZl7TJ^Z\' Z\ . M ^'- G ^ N«„„~wbo was killed by 
, at the Gait House, Louisville, 



I by any portion of 

mnseqiience of whi 

irity was felt by the Ma 



that there) landers and Pennaylvanian, most In danger L, re-oec»pat,o:, of "sacred soil," that' he 
.....,«.....«»,.... i,u u.aths in the from their proximity to Hie hostile armieB; had not fulU carried out his programme, by 
■on.n.7,Me° ihir rYo'"", 7,, '»■ "■""'■""" "f »• >;"»B««""« *** »«" ] destroying the government ..ores at Frederick 
■ons.derable-only three or four, and those made to resist a belligerent force which and the Monocacy bridge. Besides the pub- 
• JSllT belonging to a .mall train, freighting | might, by any means, gel in the rear of the hc „ r „p, rly wb j c i , hr ° carried a way, coo. 



While 



ng, during I being kept i 



. McCle 

! legions were fa 



„l, | Stu.rt managed 1 



.illy expliin.-d, G.-n. -,„.;,„, 



Mr. Godbo'a frsight train of twenly-two 


had bee 


n effected, or t 


wagons also arrived on Friday, in which 


Marylan 


d and Pennsyl 






States bad b 


The sixth Church Train Cspt. H. D. Haigbt 


enemy. 






The 6 




hundred and lily passongirs. Toere were, as 




bat a Confedera 




hi- Stat. 








e evening of the 


left the Missouri river, principally children. 


port was 


not credited at 



nily of Yellow Creek last night, 
lays. Capl. W. H. Dams is in , 

rrtojREss of the wai 



sylvania and their bucccjb was no 
important, ana lhat no unnccc i 

composing the army of Ihe Pot 



Ml I'l.l.l.ANLi.tL'i IIE.l 



r that he was not killed by some of the 
dcral officers, for bis > buss lo them, long 
fore he came in contact with Gen. Davis" 
There arc various statements in circulation 
relation to the tragedy which do not differ 
ileiiallyastotheinainfactsoMhecase. 
It seems that Con. Jeff. C. Davis was not 



y. Gen. Nelson assigned bin 

, which Davia proceeded t. 
ir without delay. When the 
1 been completed as far a, p. 
led on Nelson and informed 



o'clock on Ihe evening of Fri 
ltv.h of October. The main body of I 



, points on the Upper 



i Indianapolis lo Cin 



Provost Marshal would receivo an 
escort him out of the city under gu, 
I Gen. DaviB finally concluded tha 



In Ken'ucky, 



f Carroll County, Mo., have recently 
eased, from one thousand to two 
dollar, each, for billing and wound. 



aim; back toward! Ihe Po.omac by way 
Jetty.burg, crossed the Baltimore 
Ohio railroad at Niw Market, . 



port to General Bin 



The money was to be 



cotton, are obtained by Euro- ""am hall of the Gilt House, went up to Co- 
nta on the Rio Grande, produced J '°rton and requested hiin to step up wil 
id take fiom there across the ] hi " l ° General Nelson and witness the cot 
ixico and n.l.l to d alers, whoj waation lhat might pass betw. en Nelson an 



TbeMeie To. I; /,- oV and - 



It bad been the intention of Gen. Stuart 
, way back to Virginia from Chambembm 
have gone direct from Gettysburg to F.e 



I beep anticipated by Gan. McClella 



slitutc, New York City. Fifty thou 

opie are reported to ha.e tcenin a.tendi 

The epeakerB wore Hon. Horatio Seyn 



Davis: S.r 
■yourau'Bo 
Nelson f> 



October 22, 1862.] 



5. HE DESERET NEW! 



ke advantage of your authority the othe 


r his command, and thus he was thrown into 




! Louisville. 


Nlson (indignantly): I don't know that 


Ij Gen. Nelson is said to have been a K.n- 




ituckian, and went from that State into the 


Davis; You threat-ned to arrest and Ben 


i Navy. Since the commencement of the eivl 


6 ou» of the State under a provost guard 


. war, he 1,., figured, a, is well known, prin 




f cipall, in K-ntncky. His former residence 


a h and twice in the face) : There, d— n you 








Davis (retreating): This is not the las 


t Mrs. Lincoln. 


it; you will hear from me again. 




Gen. Nelson then turned to Gov. Morion 


\ ARRIVAL OF COL. CONNOR'S CO.M- 


d said, with an oath : "Did you come her 


= 1 MAND. 



ding. The command then proceeded 

,7777 ',,"',' '"'"!' '"'.I ' """■''' v ,"•' ""■ of Kilirr IhV I'. '.'.'idle'', "tii.'u 111'.. 1 . 7l "Hi 

c ' >1 " 1 " 1 " u.-.nilr ol Hie i|.ri:,;,l,e.w„„ ,„,| „..„. ,, .'.„ . ' .i,„ ,,„, ,,„i ., j 



cle. Elders _ Chari s C. Rich slid Joseph 
life.the necessity ot man.,1.. during the fabric. 



page 518 Book of 



■ Red Bute and Ernmtgr; 



No, sir, hut I was requested I Col. Connor, with 6v. companlea ot the I 
..id listen to the conv.rsation Third Infantry, and two companies of the |J e 
1 Gene. al Davis. second cavalry, California Poluntee.ro, arri- 1 „ 



t y, ve.l at Fort Crittenden from Ruby, on Friday 
. nc i last, the 17th inst.; but co 



The troopi looked as they passed Ihrough 
'dl.pt; ">. CHy Ilk. a hardy set of fellow.; capable 

, , of p..,f„r„„ r ,g a,,y , , v i c , lu at might be re- 
| quired. They were somewhat covered with 



Tune: -Dixie Lai 



I.'. I I" ei'l. I l'\ I'lesolol.l i'.ill, ail.l ti.e, 

I. uig prayer olhie.l I,)- Hi,.!,,,,, *. j|. 
lei/h. KMer j„l„, lev! '.I,.l ,.„ 



After receiving the fa 



apacily, should opportunity pre. 



in S PRESIDENT YOUNG'S TRII' 



Ocnnx, 1Vi:i,e, Coumtt, Monday) 
morning, Oc>. 20, 1802. s 

on Dusehet Kiwi: 



i„ n bridge below the mouth of Little Cotto.»o..d.. Leaving ll„. cly about eight „•,■ k on ' r |', M ", ,',,",,', ,'.,;"' ,' 

The'From thence, on Monday forenoon, the troops Fu.l.iy g vve ,,.,,,,,1 oil,,, brisk at vie I „? ,:,„, S p |' of 

alla 'marched into the City; coming up the State ! ^.V' 1 ", ,'''''' J .: ,; " ' ' '', '.' ', ■ | " : l l <V, ; ! "'- ..■dei.ipti,.., of the d. 



1'' lent Young then preached a sublime 

"~ "l 1 " 11 ll.egre.it .lulies that devolve 

' ' " ' '"■"" '"'I. l .Tles',' l 'endov.'men°'»", 



died. [Road to first South Street, .,,,! ',,,.,„ ,,.,„e,i '/ ". ■.', ";■"'■ ' " '■"■>:"". wlur. „,.. , ,.,t and the Inheritance, of til. Saints, 

According to the statement, made, the dy-| east pa.sing the residence of Gov. Harding,! a!' „ 1' , ^M,;,, «!„. ,.„,, „e were ,„„ .^'"'illlilii", " 'v""l'.7.c7" 'a,*," ^LlTl't 

!he wol'k'oVa m'„ a ment'a's J h'TiLuThw. i "«"» «P i" Iwb "nee II S£ '."Sit i "*'"' '" ^ Q ' M *"*"' 

v^'h" 1 * 8 "" 1 '* 3 ^^ 

Gen.Day.simmediatelj surrendered himse'f >>«i"6 introduced by the Colonel, addressed £'"' s ;' ''''"' ''"V'" 111 " , , . l . ,,: "' i '. 1 " 1 , ' •' . "",' ■'■>"-"• vl, „„' , „",e,,lial remark, 

to the military authentic., and .,.11 he i„ c d ""' "">»' "« »U>er. present briefly as °\^ ' ., ' 7/77 7 t 7! V 1 ';,.;; - '■ ; ■ "^"k ,,,i .„.,„, . ,,, ,,,„„,„ ,. 

byacourtmartia,. The artic, o, „,,„„,,„., '""»«"- _ K , L„ 77 I. ■„.,:.„, ,.7,",;, .„„.„„„„„„., .„„..,„ ,..r .„', ..!..,. , 



',7'lh'e' r eLcu. ) oi 

......a.l.l ot I. a' ' 



Itllllll, p.,,1 
'jpplj tl» 

, ■aijlsE^elSsiSl 



1 bounty, Binhop L.iyton 



of the kind Blippoi 



It,:' „ 



by I'l.-s ilenl li.ieheu. 1... 



. Smith, John T.i 



A [iriealh >- .1 ...e.tit.g was held In th 
ten i'o th'.' I...' li'ren l.y° President Lori 

V .'..', '.ali.l' .!..! i.'l.ivh'.f.' Elder Tayl.T' 

.1.1. ess Was :|-l a e 1 1 - g" ., V e , I; „ , , ■„ I , a.iu Eldf 



I l.ipi llie-s v. IHI.I...I, .1I..I tote li.lj.pllic.S ,„ „„ 



1 Colonel of the 2 2J l„j iaM 
was ordered to Jefferson Cit 



iter division. After the battle, the 
W. division petitioned the President 
>nt him a Major-General. The Pre 

«d of Maj ,-Gen "nd he wa"s ord'era 
th, st which place he arrived withh 
"d two days before the evacuation. I 
««d with General Buell until at J. 

"ho V bUi ° eJ ''"""""'""J- ^y 



vv-iu'be please,! I., r-gn .. ll,.,..,a.,.l jea.s, ■; |„.",',,'. 77 ..I has vim 



, not know now wha 
of joo, but I euppo: 

the people you have 



.11. Clo.,1,, te... ..I .-,,], Like City. Th 

■' I ' i-.hii."a..U ..I ^h. .will.-. I...: :t l 

I , ' | ' I I ' I 

- tig,!-,,. Ilvv.ng Cie....l the Sate! Hatg 

j lo ll.e K.k.r t .li..i„ u.y optic r 



i7;:,; , ,u7.i';;"nVs , rKr: 

u,g,a..el..!ly toward, the In 






Ogden Kan 
■u illieclic.il. lor the lug ., 

i\!ii'.''.ii.li Li.i'.'i j.7.|'lil .v'77, 7n 



, I remain Your F.i 



. ARR.VAL3 AND APPOINTMENTS. 

From the ifiliennioi Star of Sept. SOth, w 
learn that Elder Hans C. Hanson arrive.! i 
Liverpool on the 4th by the packvt-shipLydi. 
in 3-1 days f.om New York, and lhat on th 
9th, Elders San.cel Neslen, William Willes 
John Stock, Cbristifler Hulberr, JohuMarrelt 
George Sims, Miner G. Atvsood, John Swen 
.on, A. W. Winbcrg and David Gibson alt. 
arrived there by the packet-ship Fr! 
Pa'mer, in 21 day 
Elder, we e all from De.eret, and left Great 
Salt Lake City last .pring on mission, to the 
Old World. They were all In good health 
and epirits on their arrival in England, and 
were subsequently appointed to the follow. 
„g fields or labor: 
Elders M. G. Atwood and John Stock, 

- I. ofric..; A. W . \, inberv, J..I,.. ! •., 

Uhn. olier llulberga,,,! H. C. H ,»,-ai,. 



York. The. 



THE DESERE T NEWS. 



[October 22, 1862. 



II. K PAH I'M I.S' :!■_ A 






and kept III tlie da. 
[A. t. F..H, .u 



Sli. n!y after, 

>•". *i<" 'I 

„i.l aceorumgly 






tl.e'bidden "yat'n.'''ot Nature" ' .Msby" 



Till'. l'.I.il' HJU..U1 IN TWLN 
FOUR HOURS. 



pood vinegar. The 



in 1, 


:,, co 


ooioii a 




In,, 


vle.lge [„t 




























e deemed BUS 




















pe" m 'an h 


X" 


c.°M°fn 


effotl 


' "»' 


,\'7",'"i 














It ough 


differe 


..,.,;,,. i 


,1, ... 


aps, 


, i„ .„.,.■ 


what, l 










««0f 













DAIRY STOCK AND FEEDING CAIVES. 



Halton, the product of ,.ld Meteer ami Lid 

1! »™«-.«'.Wil.l:.ll..|- l..l,.,«„ 



| ,| | ' „ ' || ', f ' , 



ning and evening, then ha 
i«i»e°fe B ed'in "a'a the calf "«' 



» I .".« "h^Vr' 

'l?a.ub^,u,ud'Jfith n . • °°' d « fa " h "> Yrt " 

:■'■ /'''iu'.odliay'aiXstatlir 
Sonne,. PlUlyof' p£?'Lu!L5'."li\o l 






r;^r.eeretot"tht r pr„ie^l°e.i„^h; 

COLORING COCHINEAL RED. 

The feu-ul A'™ Yorker publishes the follow 

IB ml.., I,„ c.|,„„; tucluncdl , ,..,!, l,„i, la he. 
y correspondents: 

r. 1 ".?,"^.";?"" online' TJ^Zl'l 



LtaTKUa 






f„i S ,L"v^^Lon!5*„ i i,!! , til:'"ui a 'ii '"Zt 

-..nlui. .,„.,.;: , lu.lj , 7 ,„bi„ tl.e dock. 



ipace to classify. -The 

Tect. Count Faro, th 
■. who is trying Lon 
Baden-Baden iloesn' 



round , il,i„.,. 11,. 1[.,„. Mr. V,,,.,..;.l,t, 
want) to get inlo 1' n In, n, -i.i . o.llivul 

1! ,', .,-, ii..- r 1 I I— thniik beavi 

pines, bubbling V. Iron, Iheir heait, 

">'■> r. rlri ai theii I p«, ... burs's Hit 

">.''" i" I"'. igil "I. A:.- 1 II,,-,.. la a 

"offit'inguish'the'D,."!,',','," ;;„": ;;,../' ' 

M 1 1 II 

ypocrite's laugh nev er varies. 

HOW CANXON AUk , I'lKm. 
Cannons arc spiked by driving idle 

' l "- i \f'r ] .li,vM,u it ,., ,.-J ., .,, ii „,| 
'.::■ hill 1,'y r'.','i ',,',"„.- i,"lr, '!'','.• 'l'.'t, a '", 

!';l'; :, \'if, < V,r l ?''{,,' l 'V'''?'' , i. , '"'i 

.'";"'''d^ij^ , ..'w'"pi''t;-s''h l |'' ; : .. H |. I'm'' '""„'■ 

,.,!. by ul,i, I, ih'v ,'l,„cb II, cm. ■.!>,., a. 
s it,,. .|„t..H g.-t through. Others are 



ated to the powder by an open 
taddi.g, made by a wire or a thin 



utinner, ami y,„, shall be hanged by Hu- 
ll I must not forget there was another point 
nonsense in yom speech. You tallied about 
e tax on loathe-, and said it would in ike us 
I go barefoot. Now, O'Connor, I've (he 



!' "Ill- only r-ply O'Coi 



ehorcir", % -'" > ,r'a i f[cr l ti t ' e ''"''''' "' |: '"" 

pjerting "pause. At length he'Kweed'hia 

'"" ' ".':.• I .,. ■.,, a . .... ,. 

■'. 'then delivered, and it ia 

but fair to the rev. divine to add that it waa 
replete with excellentprecepti — [South- East- 



October 22, 1862.] j 



THE DBSEEET NEIVS. 



(©cucral Notices. 



F. ANDERSON, M.I 



(Stncral Notices. 



F : X.™\? 



©cncvnl Notices. 

WEMWCF\CTOtt\ 

GEORGE BONELLI, 19th Ward. 



WEAVING FACTORY 






ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 



w n ;r™'!.^„; "::::•:.:: 



IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! 



FIFTEENTH WARD TIN SHOP, 

OIIARLES~F. JONES, 



©nurctl Notices. 



WANTED, 

THIS COMING FALL AND WINTER, 
ANY QUANTITY OF 

GOOD HIDES, 

merchandise. 

WJI. JEN.MJS'US. 



MUSIC. 
H. L. RAYMOND 



F. J. P. PASCOE, 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS 



TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. 






NOTICE. 

SCHOOL TO PREPARE COYS FOR ME 

CHANICAL BUSINESSES, &c, 

To Commence 1314 September. 

E. L. T. HARRISON, Teacher. 



Messrs. SAVAGE & OTTINGER 



PHOTOGRAPHS, PLAIN AND COLORED, 
YORYTYPES, CARTES DE VISITE, 
AM BRO TYPES, MELAINOTYPES, 
RAYON AND SOLAR PIC HUES, 
URAITS IN OIL, WATER COLOR,, 
AND INDIA INK. 



HATCH FACTORY 

MAIN STIiEET, G. S. L. CITY. 



N'DLAY & MARTIN. 



000,000 



M A 1'7h E S , 



tiGN OF THE G0L8E3 EOOTS, 



Hi 



C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



CITY ACADEMY. 



NORTHERN MAIL. 



(iilEAT lgOUCEHLIIII 

CASH B U Y E K S. 

KIMBALL &~~ IAWREKCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 
LOW PRICES. 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 
MEDICAL DISPENSARY. 



Dr. J. L. DUN YON 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 



TO ARRIVE! 

\[ALKER BROS.' 



iOO Packages of Hickories and Checks 

GO Cooking Stoves, Small and Large, 

New Designs. 

5000 lbs. Sheet Iron, Light and Heavy. 

TIN PLATE, HOLLOW-WARE AND 

TIN-WARE. 
15,000 lbs. Sngar and Coffee. 
0000 lbs. of Teas, fine qnality, Hyson, 
Gunpowder, &c. 

BROWS SliETETl"$G, 

nims, Cottonades and Drillings. 
700 Doz. White Granite Caps, Sanceri 
and Plates. 

FANCY SHIRTING, 
School Eooki, Statu and Letter - Paper. 

5000 lbs. of Tobacco, Sweet and Natural 
Leaf. 

CLOTHING, HATS, 
BOOTS AND SHOES, 

(FV.I Q..1IU.) 



GOODS OF EVERY 



136 


THE DESERET NEWS. 


[October 22, 1862. 


THB DiCGHTEn OF HEBODIAS. 


CAPTAIN H. W. MILLER'S COMPANY. 
Pauley's Park, l4'.h 0:t. 1802. 

r.mTnn Dk-khkt News: 

II. IV. Miller's train Lifrmi^rahlaal this place 
on Tu'«day, Oct. M'h. The train left Flor- 
ence August nth. and; reached lliis place to- 

r!,iv. makiue ll,e irip It, i.s d.,ys. 

Chsplein; .! B. Darton, Kerge.M.t of the Guar*!; 

R chard Harper, (..omn.mary; Kli-ha Helton, 

assistant Commissary; Henry Stokes, Secre- 

Our company coriBisled it sixtv wagons, 


illarricb: 


i^^S 


£ And lo.iu- «•» nadnamrvH 


mitt: 


'/";r _ ■!:'.;:, " s ;'i '^^i,; hJSjy 


llil§iir!if v °" J 


greater part of whom rmit: rated from l.iiL'land 
Ihisycar, and Hi" remainder or the company 


New QVbncrtigcmtnts. 


Svii Kt ; ' r,Sl,5S TJiSl ^ : ;,r 


Wc had twenty-eight ,!e,,!hi, nr,,.- u,,U,sl. 

ar.' four,, urn*-.. The deaths were chiefly ; STRAYED OR STOLEN. 

r-.M^iiM f,w .; i ;:;^'^[^;. , ;;v\^V l , V"!. l 'V ; e p"'-"— '„,.,.. ,,..r, ! ,-.<M-,r: 3 , dl i a , 13ta , 10 n,or 1 

w, l v"pi!.'.v'ii'| l ini''i!oi l |I'' .;' 1 'l r tli»t The j FOUR MULES. 


kl^ ?™J\;"r-^:rz:l"'":;^/:J:V';;!; 


rings mi v li.' r •* r , 1 : v . ■ , 1 by 1 hone companies who 
..eying to Zion at this lato sea-on of the year. 




Illplilig? 




L1THOTOMIC SURGERY. 

The operation of cutting for atone in the 

bladder was perfo-med in this city a few days 

man named Philips, a native of Wales, but 
recently hem Box Elder county, in this Teni- 
tory. For the last thirteen years he has been 
suffering excruciating pain from the presence 
of a calculous formation in his bladder.which 

operation was performed by Dr.W. F. Ander- 
son, assisted by Doctors Fields and Tait, the 
patient being under th» influence of chloro- 
form. The operation— which consists in cut- 




'««. ?.V."."',""',,,'T -T,'',':;;,'; 


P"?, p :;iir\™;™''lr".r!^i\r.,^^^^^^ 






OanM"»n'to'rj,'","'.'.'ill",'',!!" ;'„'!,';„, 


K^^xS^^siE: 


5 A '« £££» 


E=c:r=rl, 


THE CITY OF THE SAINTS! 


17-2 T1IOS. COTTAit, IGth Warrl. 


M.n.m.dh.,b.a.u™. I»a«M. 


ak n,.t... £ ', Uf '^., r /!^v^;.,, rt lnH s 


TaJ .'"J."!". "2<l'Z « W." ' b.'r'n.arL """' 


shape, about two inches in length and an inch 

racter known to surgeons under the name of 
mulberry calculus, its chemical composition 
jelng an oxalate of lime. 

the occasion, the staff and forceps, were man- 
ufactured by Mr. S. J. Lees, an artisan of 

believe of Ihe kind, which has been performed 
Bince the settlement of the Territory, the first 
having been successfully executed by the 
late Dr. Franca on the person of Mr. Wolsten- 
holin, of this city. We understand that Mr. 

certainly, after so dangerous an operation, 
geons can safely perform. 

FOn THE COTTON COUNTRY. 
The settlements in Washington County, 

a considerable addition to their population, 
as over two hundred men, many of them with 
lage families, have either volunteered or been 
selected, to go there this fall, to aid and 
assist in developing the agricultural reBOurses 
of that re-ion, the growing of cotton, being 








™E™^""'' 


wahtiid immediately, 

6009 lbs. CHOICE BUTTER, 
lr-tf By WALKER BROTHERS. 


rfif : ^ : |^'i»^pfH 






d^;::rrr;,,r:r;;,,r;^r'" d 


rlslJlnSilP^^rP 


T as F t A J"m "™™.' *"" v.i?," °.™nc 


l-llrir^"™ 


«*?. 


V*-::n'"r:v';:;:'H;l;;: ! '.,;:n ::, ^:';:?r;i; 


HHifir:Sr ;::= " ;::,d ' 


JKLESLOrE LOST. 

17-1 W. 8. G0nBR'3 Drog 3Ure, Udlo Stmt. 


Slllllil 


EEMOVAL OE BOSIHiSS. 


['.'.''."".'■V";, \^o",'i,'v.\ 1 ri.".'- , .'o , .;iv"v ,''.;, l r.'i. K ,'""""'* l ''" 


I^i|j;^m^™^T^n?.B^bff.1taS 


J'RUM MILLARD CUUNTY. 


ilnwoD.l»u W inn w . ' ^*° ° "J^™"" 


FlLLMORE ClTl-, Oct. J2Ll), ISG2. 

Da. Blub: 

I resume my pen to give you a few ilems of 
nens from Fillmore Millard county has not 
•tripes.' We have beautiful weather this faB; 
cops of all kinds are abundant, especially 
potatoes; they exceed any I ever witnessed 
weighing 31ba. 7oz., laiaed by Gabriel Hunts*- 


F's" ' ; ,*n'.'.";.'v.j 'i"?;'!'/"'.".'^ 1 .'!;.! ",'"•""<?* 


D. A. & M. SOCIETY. 


r^^iii 'h ^l^^vists^^^sssxzsss. 


At D;scret eitr, crops of all kinds hare 
done well, notwithstanding Iboy were not 
watered after the fint days of June, the dam 
In tb« river havin* bee,, taken away about 
that time. Preparations are nnw being made 
to put in another tbia fall. The cry in that 

dwell," but they eay to the Saints too wish 
to live by farming, that there is a good chance 

with them™ Q \ ' l °° ° C0IDe 8D *"" 


objecta for which, the mission was instituted, 
and have made euch developements, that the 
belief is entertained that the resources of the 
section of country, watered by the Rio Virgin 
and Santa Clara and their tributaries, will be 
found to exceed anything that was anticipated 
by those who Crst settled there. 

Most of those now preparing to go to 
WMklngtol County, are residents of Great 
they have been in the'couiTry, "and Van make 
l !l'?.~."."':"°, *';*'*>" "">' «"• Wi'i "uch an 
.iccis.ion lo the populan™ of Washington 
■,,,',',' ''', J 'T' "i" 1 . ,: " 1 shortly, to be in 

InouMnoK Waktid.-JOHS GRAY- 

^O.N.^.M twenlv-liw yeari son of Hrnrv 
I.'.v ii,.,, .„■„,,. ;■ p.,rli"a"t.™.at R.lt, 

»"y7J'!;;ah'.' "i"a r 'frT.:,L"'at;'a\ l ,\ l |o, ; , 1 ,'i",''l it 
whether he is niimb.r.Ll v. m, i|,,. ,i,. ,,| ,, r '|Vi 
lug, and if invei.l.,,,,,,.1 „„ T ,,!„„,] 
com rninicate ei her to us u, t,i, it allies in 


piiSitiiHSii 


DENTIST KY. 

Dr. W. H. GROVES, 

SURGED. AXD MECHANICAL DE\Tl5r. 


pi&g; 


The people of Fillmore cheered their hearts 
on thurarri.al »ith tr- iruHa of the earth in 

■■huu.lance, 1 . r which Ihey f,-| t truly thank- 
ful, Although tbey could not apeok but little 
tude that Tolled dT' d ffi* ^ le ' 1fS ° f &***' 

gjm »* felt j , , t.,4 th,y ILTo" 


il~~P^S 


HEW ESTABLISHM2J.T. 

ffm — % 

LARSEN &. MAGLEBY, 


P!H 


WEST SIDE OF MAIN " STREET, 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



T?. T7TH AND LIB3?,T7, 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1862. 



VOL. XII, 



;;!„'!V;'; 1 ?;^:,!;;,v l ::' 1 , 1 : r, ( : i ;. l ;'; 1 ;,:;!; t ';- , r:i; , i ,::",„',",;;;. ™""r; ["' ivv'T"""';; 1 '; '" v " ,l,,i "" r ?>- m " w " ri " i,iivh 



■,r« .,tlv -. .,t • t . that Jt ,.,r B> ,„,,,„,,,,'., .,_,,,„, , ,7,,,,',. ,„' i|„. ,«„, of day, aid t'h. 

, miiincalion, in wh.cl. He t,„. M , ,,_a,„: , , ,tua, generally under- It will lie 



Editoh BoLLiT.Nt-Tliat Cal 



',,'" "I"' ' ■■ii'l; 1 mn »■ the public properly p„rp. , „.„)■>.( ,,i"l settling ll.'e public inability to arm 1,1.00 men; Slid l\ ■i'il.'-' v, ,' V; ,'■ 

at SI. re lsla.,,1, and ,,p,, ,,,11, ,|,,, ,„,,.,,,„.., I .,,,1, ,.l S , . ,,., I „•!,,, ,,„ i, „i M, xi,-„, ,,l,tl ■ v,,h P .,i,„.n,i„ l.n'll a. in II,.. 



I neoeeaily.ua> been urged by the present able em re 

C'.,,, man. 'in.,,'. Cum. Sr ,1 , ,.l ■: .-. at ..ell a a li.-|„, '. .e v, ■., s ., ba i„l I by 

.■■'.■I--- '.-:."r-; alt!, .a I ll,e a„, '],, Slav „l S a .,, M 

t.„d,w,il..t<v.,lu.l,' .,'-! .a,,,, a, , . „eb .v ! for tbe formal 



ie.1 peaceably, but finally expiration of the term of service, are reduced 
with lite Stale Ha.Jn t. ,.,■.„„ : :,„ „ I,, , „,,„„ of , M , „ Ri . 

nM?,ne'!.r,'-'.' o'f ,'i',e"s,'.:,'t r b J !','. .','.' ,'i 2 1 1 ,','", , '"I'ne, u h . I",! a „J eXa'iion^ini 



''AUha'couimeiicIinent of tbe war it was ployed in"' ' ' |, ',',, i 

well understood lliat tbe .tcr.Mnni.t. and i, ,'. I, front the dossil ...habited partof'and 



U. tin" five ie~il„e.,.s of 



San Fiahc.scua 



- (tun at C.irlelon, and Col. Co 



,,d over to Ihr ,11,1, . a. v i>[ 



...... ... 

, Pacific. Bui 



...,lv t ... u, 






t reign f.v, upon the ,.,. ,,,! It »,i 



.California. Am 



first I 



a Oregon and the Northern part of Cal 
"relieved *Go" Jo'.newn" Tt,'e"eecr 



of t"e Siate" "where" tbey Tro nV dou'b't'".iil 



tbe purpose o°f ■ ".'■.a'ln.nc- 



■'.' .'•"'. 



of Mr. L'licoln. Tlleir less o[o 

lurlLdTo'ib'eir advents ge^ while tbe' Govern* 
mental Wa,bi gton feel peif-el security .„, 
ihepiolcct.on otitic public property..,, tin. 
Sala in tbe loyalty of a very laige m.ajou y of 

eecurityaa lo'tbe'loyal strength of Califorui" 

a'^H'T.Bvie^f^^.rb^ 



ami to j, n. a s.-.glc i.-gimoi.l. Mow, .1 
proposed to , ap,i,.l .o.ne $3110,000 tc 



: judgment, will eurely arise i( I 



oil I'oil.t. ■ri.es,- toils, although III s pel 



Commanding Gen, 
'."V^-adv^oM 

1. Evn our expend 
clly bsve catigbtlh 



Hag, especially coun 



■a. Ul.o )al, lv I eld a high - 

S one. It is well known 

or Sonora is opposed to | The lu.por.ai.t question tlic.etors 

am ftee to confess, that while fro 
.servalion of passing events 1 may b 
point out dangers tbat surround u 



out, prepare us to mnet the storm bravely, il 

FROM OREGON. 
Tbe following newspapers io Oregon bav. 

Gen. Wright: 

The Albanv.Bioi.frer, Drmacralic R gltttr. 
and the I'ortlaud i'eeninj Mvc li.tr. 

New gold diggings have recently been dis- 
covered, acceding to accounts from Oregon, 



county, Cal., and 



ipper Columbia I 
Docor.AS.-Col 



.' great 



r tbe p, rteusions of Frar.ce i., opposition blJOI| „, „ urMj of the d , e , a „J Little Ciaai. 
"''i's'time'there is a population of at Tbe location of the camp is very pleasant 

125,100 able bo. i.d ,, t- hi ...l.t.n and eligible I r the summer season, but .t mil 

onuosc'd'lo' S Grvi r rnm™n'. a - l and*'at"lb°| a "' i S ° M for "M"'*"' » h °» U »>« approich- 
, time Ibe most powerful natio'n of Europe Ing reign of frost be as rigotous as some 
eking a lodgment on or border. V.V.I. \, hi, h hate been experienced within tin 1 ist 



THE DESERET KEWS, 



[October 29, 186!. 



THE EXCISE TAX LAW. 



or his deputy an invoice of the quan- the payment of the duties aforesaid, tbe goods, j bis Government, invites oppression and usu 



I for' tbe purpose of storage and sale, specify- 
ted.Thattbe Ini in such invoice, ivitb reasoi 

di.nller. r- the depot ..rwarel,o«.eii,wl,ic 
,„,.. ,,,-nnn, i.lacr such l.e.r, lager leer, or 

, ,„ J-.'.. ,,, en, I lector or .LpiilyB 



iv .in the 



nd effects so a 

like case, by ,, 

cnrT.-r rv a 



Government and 



seats of ,.„• 



!':,:-;;;;" 



V " ,', .,'' /', '][ '.' , ', ,.„ i ......alties d.r as aforesaid, the said officer shall proceed been oliedient, loyal and patient. We shall 

l' : '.''r ,'■','. ,'-." , <"',? ! ' '.'.V' ' ' |V,' '.'i- !. !il !uven'"c r 'iiiay pre- ' and place' of "sale.'andmay and shall retain !.,.. „'.' i'..i -.'..i.,., " on.- uhy fear. We 



aer ' 'a -^n'l' ^.I'^Nn.l'i'i,',!'.'.',,!' .',l..i.',..,i'l, InMionT^be'taken as iiforesii.!, . . I" 1 1 1 -■ [• r- Sec. DC. And be it 



rendering the overpli 

I i .:i •' 



Opposed to the election of Mr. I. in. ..in. wo 
ned. Ibave loyally sustained him. Differing from 

acted, That' the Admii.is'ration as to the course and th. 



aile the following oath or affir- 
le foregoing entries are just am 



r beer, .1., porter, 
■nted liquors, by ivh 



....... „..,,,.,, I,.,,',, l ,,.,,i i.iiin 



'''{ hi' 111'. 



■ (or affirm) that the foregoing 



St' Of III) 

,,„a,.ii'.v 






ly, fur- energiei 

ritS:,T' P ° 



of it ft 



b!:";,';;;':.;. 



uj any fraction , I part containing 
i.iii onc-eii;blh shall be acconnteil 



,,.,, i., lb. .ail or all.naah.in the right to examine the bo.,ks ol :li p 

ollowing oa h or affirmation, to. be taken foi il,,- pmpose m ascertaining the correc 

" 'Ich'aStractXn'-'uL^'rr'r; 



"r 't 










re| 




WHAT 


THF 


DEMOCRATS 


















TO DO. 
























































Shall 














be 














.rf,! 








neglect 


" 


u'lim 




"':": 


l> lai'h 


wl 



Id be kept by him for tbat purpose, am" 

iivi, between ttie riainp and setting of th 
Bin, for t'se inspection of said collector, win 

other vegetable productions or other eubatan 
res nut Into the inash tub, or otherwise use, 
for the purpose of producing beer or for an; 



lid property .hall bi 



in required, the person or per.ons chargeable 

ih-iewiil. sb ...v. >n ...Id. lion, ten per cen- 

.iiui ua tbe ainum.t thereof; and, until audi 

fli.- earn., el, ill have been paid; and in case of 
refusal or neglect to pay said duties, with the 
addition, uilliiu ten days after the same shall 

goods, chattels, and effects of the delin |uenl, 
and in case of such distraint, it shall be the 
duty of tbe officer charged with the collection 

distrain...! a ropy' of which, signed by the 
officer making such distraint, shall be left 






"","'.■ ■ I;') 1 "; ' ■■•" .in. .:.»- 

duties chargeable thereon, present to such 



." , ', 



.jUuthoriljY we wi™ defend the rights c 
/.ens; hi mean that lulers and subject 



• i eminent. Politically opposed to thos 
he respect due to their positions as th 

th'e American' people'.' \vWiiot try to" save 

'"' n!i> ■> n!nin,R,ii;un lis u'o M niton! . 

these tunes of trial and danger we cling 

e J wmmiln\hi b d"fLc\ n B d a°nVbrr™e« 'will 

■■ l'inistllu!l..ll throws around llwiu; we Mill 

government' about' which to rally; we vi) 






pup, tuated the gri 



ly and generously 



d this auppo t is freely and 
orded. We wish to Bee our Ui 



p'es of government. Annimated by tbe motto 



silly or unbec -ming thing, as some moping 
owls and grave dullards suppose. It is, in- 

and cap ble of b i , I 

essentially a good gift, ami on,.! I ,.. ,,,. lun,,.,! 
to tbe g.od account of vbieli it is sua, eptible, 
and to manifest itself in the iucn 



elf in the Lire 
PpincsB and all 

i laindv hie. We ini,;lit ;io 



partment of sympathy, and thus the spi ine 

.! n ,-.' . I,, a!- '■ i' ' ,'n, !.'.„.,'.' ,. , „','. 
rrow tbat darken or brighten the , on, ae i 

1 1.1. II.I.Jl ot ilm le'nilll'" \l,„"\""u:""Ll 



traditional policy. 1 he words of Coke 

Ca itnl, a,, ami .Mansti.-ld, have lor .; pel 



earn: tin ' :. pin:,,: . h i , 



lecurity grew up, and the storm was stiller 

"Mieerable ia the' condition of individual 
langerous is tbe condition of the State, whei 



ery violation of I ■■!.'. 

• a lo, ,||, a,ol dm, i... 



,""" , , i, 1 " r " ljL "" : '•■:" i n ' t t i 

Provided, That is every case of distraint tor and cheerful support to any legal demand of 



other little towns in northern Sonora. Loboe 
Bay is situated on the eastern shore or the 
Gulf of California, 220 miles northeast of 
Guaymas. It is a fine bay, with plenty of 
water f..r the large... vessels, affording a good 






tin- Mill of Sap. 
M ' ',,'„ , 



lilted to telegraj b ihe l 



iininently disgri 



rXiavo'urT'rd th* 1 "" st 1 ""'""™"' ,boul 

i big to ou°r f r'idc'as a people P 'h! 
oui Boverment is not only arbitrary and v»i 
tllating but false and uutruthful.-[Wojld. 



THE DESERKT NEWS. 



ADVENTURE. 



en night came, I never failed 
neath the bark roof of tbe 
where my news— albeit five 
! more prized than my dollar!, 
i French-Canadian Bervant, with his 

more regarded than «iy- 

Lake Si 



of ."we 

and m 

broken English je( 



ngLake U.i 



friendi— 




















they jest 






till i|.e 


















trembled 


m the 






ales aid 












or. will 
















»,,(;., 













the "u""..""" 1 " "*' er " , " i ''" '° rk "' bc '" . ' ■ iJidford'.od'lt 

wackedlro^ fbV^rinenV.m.nt'had " . l.b should be placed 

Ti, . ! r, j b "', ba '' " lo l'P e D d " Birming- 

' "" ; '"" 1 1 ■ . lit tin 



At length ad, 
Ihe tumble— a !i 
by which the wi 



^7i-,Vand'ri,^'u.\.-,' i i7i'.'.''c;.'.',.',,;''!, , '',i;; 

ay had raised before it. Thii duly ad- 
ed, we pressed on, for the short day was 






„r.li n.i.1,1 i.„ . 



point it formed. Beyond wai 



iul,| Two days pawe.l.ai 

he. ,iit,--,iMi v „f out Buffering! as we tloate 

ind that frozen prison, which the wind, and w 

'°. sTrved'but to"u"me''nt l °o„r 'iKr' • and , 



light. 



ne eight miles wide, 

iBB the rait shee 
Night fell as we 



eigh. 



itill bore up; wile 
'igor of her youth t 



"but A™. 6 u", 



erceived a dark belt of heaving water' 


our misery At len 


rowan toVbroad'f" «r Corse.'^leap"- 






eft us, therefore, was to turn landward 




hurry on, if haply we might outstrip the 


more wildly than eve 


er. But with each step the gap beside 

1 . , , , 11 1 1 r i.r 


down our hunger, we 



kihgice; and nithout a ward, I pul 
is to their speed. The next mom, 

E'd"lvi''/t C fen'?t'bfiHlTf,fZ lrd '" 
once, the truth flashed upon us. As , 

vae 'breaking up the solid ice; an,,, ■ 
land, among the ehattenng fragm 

h our only resource was flight, and a 
cd oa our bounding Bteeds. Meanl 
lompaniona peered eagerly into the 
seeking to discover where the da 



deferred my journey in honor of the occasion 

^rV\a^vfu ^ l"plighte^befo7e ^ lhe , ne , a;e a s n tm.gi.! 
trite. But on the present occasion it chanc.d 
that a clergyman was visiting hi. brother at 

marriage wi, hurried that the bride might 

My two-horse sleigh being tbe beBt appointed 
vehicle in company, I placed it at the bride's i me iai 
diapoial; and we were aoon speeding through , Wh, 
the forest, followed by a bevy of aleighs and gazed at the incre!!ing chasm no effort of 
trains, filled with a laughing crowd; and ours could bridge! The bridegroom was eager 
while the sleigh-bells rang out tbe merriest I to swim tbe apace, and bear tidinga to thi 
Dials, the young settled played wild chorus- farm; but it would only have been a uselet, 
es upon Iheir him, until the old woods B.icnli . In lild gsat Iffil 

About mid-day we reached our destination, 
but we had to await the concliBion of another 

eetTe'ver'saw, for the biitfe' was portly, th. 
bridegroom grizzled, and they made the re- 
sponses with a decision which showed tbey 
had quite made up their minds; while occupy- 
ing the brideinai.ia' station in ths rear, was 

niles, tbe offspring of the bride 'and bride- 
groom, who had long been legally, aa they 
were now religiously, married. 

The young people's turn was next; and des- 
pite t k - ^ 

boll 



the misty reflection of the snow lighted 

showing darkly agalnat the Bt'arlit sky. °We I pest" I know no" 

had about reached Hie ,, , bl When | lively linaubdue! 

a and len report, like a discharge of artillery, coveting, more c 

was repeated by the thJuaand echoes of the i ' ! ' " ,,'° tha P t a'tlme'"* '' ' ' ' : 
come when the unhappy girl 

Thus another night closed c 

they sought to shatter it to pieces; clouds, 
black as ink, rolled over (he aky, and appe ,red 
to fill the air; and lo crown all, the fa.ntneai 
of our hunger was succeeded by racing |, 

lull i.'.l ai'u'di.l li',a'l",'„'|'l','( I 



:::;:,,/ ; ,;; 



of' th, 






■newly wedded pan 
ongratul.tion. and 
tney b.d driven 



:•;:.:','!;; 



.age enough to have turned Hymenward 

linn- i.'it 'he i ewly wedded and myself 
my high-bred horsca, freak as 



bridegro, 



my high-i 



"was highly'™,',' 



myself of the monotony of the iioo.la, I r, a 

winding gull, filled with fto/.h snow, wl 
soon brought in 1 e luo.i.l hell „l 

by the universal whiteness, and troubled h 



uTaparkled 
gorgeous rays 

•wept back into deep bays 



into lofty promo 



alghl 



fad. into the night, as they whoB. last Bighl 

Mg. ? that™hJonly ^oub^remainiiu- .n^oiii 

ably upon our frozen resting place or be awepl 
off into the ice-cold water, of the lake! 

It was a terrible prospect; and the remem- 
brance that we had in a manner brought the 

of our route 'when we diverged from the usual 

cued; while, as it was, the blind path by 



, , , i itingof her bright hopes, and ft 
the young life Bhe must so shortly render u- 
but for the sudden parting from the belove 

Meanwhile, the moon roBe in the deep blu 
sky, making ni ; ht beautiful, flooding our ice 
raft with it. ailverv lu:l,l.,|„ ,-r.i. : „ hi.,!.. 



t with clasped ha 
.u „„.,.,, neaus awaiting OUT doom. WI 

i , ^l''{'f''''i'' ! ' , 'f'''!l l ','''if, b ';?i,''r:' : i^ VT 

-ainat its icy border our raftwaBtigli 

ll' " I l" ' I' 

irthern shore of the lake, and thus sa 

Not far off, the ascending smoke announ 
dwelling, but we had no strength to re; 

^roJghUh.Zh?M^ 

re and' kfndne«a*waa lavished "I 

iree.l; I,,,' never shall I forget 
issry and suffering of that advi 

ISODE THAT LEI 
MONY. 

•adshaw. M. P. for C 
ove" with Miss Marl, 

le name of Tomkins, a 
make the mo.t of the opportunity afforu 
biro. Unfoitunately, his lui^-ai'. a,„l , 
aongstreBS went by one mail, while he, turou 

■ l„, ,[„Ue ,,,,,,:,,,, li; „,,„II>>T. 

On arriving at Birmingham, early in 
morning, Mr. Bradshaw left the coach i 
etepped into the hotel, determined to rem. 

He 'went 'to ^'cd and' 'h-pi l.i" 

t'hf>toSlk lad " «■ \o Manch 

is way. Seeing the Bank of B 



.,,,,1 poiotnie to the gentleman 111 the coffee. 

that ha did not gat away, Boots nodded ae- 

M HaX'Sk'n ' h,'.\r°e?k°f«t ^n^'reid Ih. 

I "!„',», Mr Bia.lshaw looked at his watcb, 
and sallied iotth to see something of the 
goodly low,, ot Birmingham. He was much 
""I" 1 "" 1 " "haervlni " Utile old-looking man 
»,.. .eying Inn, most attentively, and waich ng 
his every movement; stopping whenever h. 

:;;'!:;: , v,;. :,, .'.'.;' i ' , ";;'v,'.' u '„b.''erJ"' 'tifJi". 

was tbe object .f this esp'ionnage, and finding 
tbathahadaahilling left in hia pocket, he 



■ in.ller Ho was compelled to appear befor. 
at unlcsB he could give some explanation"!-. 



'■■ ■ -I '„ ,;,,,■ I lie . ,,,., ,„ „,. 

Biimlngham, which of cour.e made a due in, 
nnssion on the lady's heait, and led to tht 
liappv icsnll ,,, their interview.— a maniag, 

w resulted ,,, th. enjoyment of mutua 

happin.ai tor many yearB.-r.Ca.tain Grc 



,,i ':','." 

might 

!isYel',''fom d u,i'e7Kk 8 e C oi 

penetrated hia typa num before. The youth v 

,, the Slate ot Vermont, and Ibis being 



Ve prai.e Ih.e," "To Ihee all angel. 

..,.1. ' ' I'o tl„ , I. i.il : 1 lloi , ,,].!,■ 

., togelher with Ihe deep and tender pall 



priest, the flowing Biirpli'ce, the 
prayers from • book, the freqnen 



you are aware ia the custom) that be 
it throw off the surplice and a.Bume th. 
lastic gown. At thiB po nt my young 

it come to a conclusion, and that church 
going out, andlahall nsver fo get bi. 

0b«^v.d e jTr."?aT,w°rigb7a^ce'nd"in'gthe' J p.|! 

I„- in in i 1,1... I. t o„.„.^ ••!'.„. ,;i„j, H....-M 

hafntthey got through the meetin' yet?" On 
,.»|,l.,i,„,o; lo him that the se.mon was about 

r my elb ,w again, reinarkingj "Well there, 

I .not fairly took in; I , bought that wsb 

"identic"?. g'entleinanMIkt wa.'rjfged* our 



i Mr! Cut Of the Back Le. 



cut off the I 
„we b r C iba Pa 



■faliguc of silling,. 



ay steady as an i. and an 

•ii."d'liir".n.''li'i.g'b.ui"oi,"lo, 



^Brl^h'aw! 10 " ^ '^ " j S'- ^ and ,hu.-,,rai„in f Ihe II, 

:^Z^ZX^~"n^^ I,,, ad,.-..d I Will hi 
'■No, sir; no one came but Mr. Tomkins, tl„. t'»de»cy, and " ' « v „£&?*, 
,. was booked as in.ide passenger to Man- , add JtMlb; Jo tt,.^ comroxt CJ t» ,, 



. Tomkins, alia* 



THE DESEHET NEWS. 



[October 29, 1862. 






all be put in good repai 



PRESIDENT YOUNG'o TRIP NOUTI: 
Great Salt La'.eCity, 



5 ^___ RESULT OF TI 
0BLI8HKB.' Th ,„„„.,«- ic 



CALIFORNIA ITEMS 
at. seventeen daily, eighty 



Wednesday. October 2i», ISC2. „,,,»,, 

PROGRESS OF THE WAR. L C fore fl}, 



; b V , .!:' J T-wi , ,;;vr: , , ,, f£; 



i„ the Keystone, llnit-ye I,,„l '('J M( , rm0 „ __ 



j Pr.ald.nl Young It, 



trilling. One Hiij>e> iowe " r ' | Bright. Tbci 
tha. U, th.y do not intend lo be j Tbe D , m0( 



by tb» ..pulsion of Mr. 



.quired by ths 
able language 



.. L. v« been ..signed for lb. I c „„ s , e „ the D , macI . lB clainl to bave elect. 
,it, of General Median and four „ elK A „ Mg tbe promi „,„ t j,, mocra( 
i.ls sine, lbs great battle of; w|)(> fa||rJ , n 8 „„ ri „ s llleir cleclio „ waa M 
„t of means hai heon alleged, , Va ,| a „ uigliaItl/ wll0 „.,, b(aUn ty Gel 



f 11,. Pot- mac is of i 



ely , anl it w„e supposed ' 



The Attorney-Genera! has filed a pel 



DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT. 



defiles of the Cue 



. CbbaTIh", U. 3. M.r.h.1 for "J , Ll " ™ ^ '," , T , '[;'"""; -|' ^^ '.^ 
™* "I'o'm 'hi I b ,' 



ng. wrongs by words „„ T hu, 



by Gen. Rosen- ' aoro0 



On Saturday evening, Gen Bela M. Hugh, 

h" ,,t ,..,., I ,1 , r of lb. Overland SU 

l.i' I.I 'l; I", Es'l., editor of th. Ra. 
I/..U,. ,:.„ .Vett.j.audlue Hon. James W. Ha, 



::::;: :::li:Su{ 



. ., „|„. I, .... ,.,.,,,,!,.. ■, I , .,l ,. I ' ', T.iil ,. I,,„l;l„, D. Rcharde, 

, Ruby, under command of ilajor Charles C. Ricu and George A. Snmh several- 



as p. r statements, by tl... „ ■>,.., ,„ ,. They porting resorteo 

do no' seem disposed, however, w quit th.ir those n,t having 
4#4»r:dati os, and when repulsed in ou. placo 1 re iaire<I there'.c 



[God. President B. Young ibeu del.v.ied a 
HUurt address on tho dowufall of Babylon and 



October 29, 1st;;.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 






irosp my .it the 1 i lujvi'^ bik "in 



Tucaday, 21st. !v,ou, a.range,,, 

ivligat Wellnvillc ill tunc to dine ivuti o.ir Klder county, w 
neiiuj, wbo all i|r"'J '> ■ rfv to Hie ui.furkd lolhe 



agreeably to III.- |„l-- p.li 



lasaing through tin Ki 
by moonlight, he dec 



;e of niiuiilain 
Tin- niglil ha 



;;^ ^,r 



::';:',;"^."i 1 v':i: , B"V:o;"i 



-iv ; 1 u : i ' | l i '; , J " m " l l 

ling cbrc. iclod i 



p.rly from Ogdci 



of D.-sc- fllk-d 






J. V. Loso 

RF.'.I.Ulk.Vlil.r.'lM'lDCXTS OF 



IliaUcd a commuiiic .tion, purporting 1 
on written by an overlander on rout 
tllfornla lo Washington, giving at, a. 
f hie trip and of the BightB which b 



,'e read Hams lu',1 , ,ll„T Il.ver, li- I.-, jn 



•I- 1 »'„„.!:: iihai 






lim lo distinctly see | Leaving the 



■ilTllt . 



1 descry aided by the light if I 



together ivilb'all the knowledge of the afta aun. Had not language failed Dim in describ- 1 There is ona at 

has been revealed by the A!..i, s l,l , , .. i d.Iler- ,„,. „ liat he in, Ilia "noteiol a tri.io.erland" '. '',";{'"", ,, ,n !.' 
lh«t Pe e " I | a o h he 

l kn'c , ,' ' I" '' I 11 k , "at a p m., July 3,1, and saw "aichti" in | f a ^J ° r ' ue " c °" 

•"""■'"" '■,■„'■ ' : ' 'h 1 ':;' 1 "" ! V" "" e"" 1 ^ "I' a " J ' l0 "" "" ™ m > U "» bcEo[ «!,n...t e* ct re.e, 

The' several ,',,,.,„., Ii »■ I r.'.".,o .'7| ,.„ '""< f " Ik Vk' « I, . h wi i, the pusaag. „„ch y ckn , lh.il 



■i'prembe o°f hi. 
our religion, and 

'Zl.ursdayw 



dutieal The .altei part of tin 
uii, rKs not oi.i) to I Ike unappi. 
cy the lib- I by Hie iMoiuioiie in 



lily lo tope 
elongiug lo 
i probably 



In" .ST?; 5 mi 



of a bright veimllio 



■Hard tin,., come again no more." ^^ 



e,l tree,, .ib.iut eighty of them being 

ikL..„ ,.i , va led fruit. This, I 

d. ia the only oichard conlaining 
fruil in Logan, but I hope thai 



Travelling "on and on and 



,.ac-l Before we reachol the Pla 

ag.-, II,. k,'. graas-BWarded beautil 



ilia 'g.ged 00 ei:bM Bide. High: here opoh tbu to-tUtf c 




THE D E S E R E T M EW8. 



[October 29, 1882. 



little labor and exnen.e, Indeed it ought 
be, and would be, were it followed more ul 
»enally, a plea.ure and a pride; especially 
ehould this be the ease upon town iota and 
jrm.ll place, in the country, uaually orc» r ■ 
by mechanics and factory operative.. I 
»i,l, ,:, ll.i, frrH : ,l„i„r ,...,1.1 I. ,u J> aenui 



"rrom'tbe'dai.Twa 



:?•;« 



. differ 
which, with the ex 
I peachee, we produe, 



trial, mail judge for Mmjelf. We .hall change 

• xp.rler.ce.hall justify it, without regard It 

}u£u lawful. °" " '"'" ' J"" T " P " 
tnto*htog T n hlll-Hldei or gn.nd &«1 h 

moderately elevat-d ami h,;l,!. II mi,, h, 

• w°er equany°wel| r fM°the tree frulti" We p.") 
but little attention lo the complicated ilnnm, 
and elaborate explanation, and descriptioni 

foanded upen daily experience and obeerva 



I 

orn to the acre, and the potatoes at tl 
.f 100 bushel, per acre. These crc.pi 

iod of the previous spring's seeding, and were 

I ««v due t„ a chang. of crops, deep 

Bloughing, .nd good cultication. wo 
li. all; by making a general change ol 
I , Ian! i 

.ductiv.and prfr.ble but the g 



o sell and buy a larger f'ai 



wa. not wheat land, and had been ngorngjil 



bat field gave 30 bushels per acre, wh 

..a, .,„ , , I r II il L I I l,i, 

mother instance, the same kind of land t 



ay bs constantly improving, and the crops the 

ter the first and principal effect of a charge I fa v 
worn off, be continually growing better, it 



,",'|',„h.i,.u. 



In'down the land. But w 
nly once in four or five yean 
Jo'p °wM managed, the general effect and 
■■nit will be altogether dill'erent. 
But, though corn and clover should be the 

P;i ^ains"vn 'after "corn t.Ked iwTvfib. 

hat this should be may perhaps be best 

ccfed best, but alBo to the kind of grain 
at clover will take the b-st with, it being 
wsys important to get a good seeding. 



to buy land that needs underdrawing. 
,cb cases due allowance Bhould be made 



LARGE ARMIES. 



md 'iiBed as to give the largest 
nanure that it may be practic. 



Crawford's Early. 14. Oldmixoa (free.) 

George IV. 5. Oldmixon , Imp.) 

Morris White. | li. Bergen's Vellow. 

Concord. I 4. Diana. 

M.xatawny. 5. Union yiilegi 



1 Brinkle'. Orange. 13. Cat 
2. Horn.t. | 4. Bel 

1. White Pine Apple. I 3. Ho 

2. Triomph.d. Grand | 1. Alt 

1. Black N.plca. | 2. Re. 

1. Ho.ghton'a Seedling. 

1. NewRochelle. 
IOW TO~ 15 

The fir.t and 
considered and I 
dowTh"' C^OP, ' 
pingwittTone™ 



I,:, 1 ,'.; 1 ", 



ray to determine this 



ng down the Uiid, it will be best to n 

SErvH5Zi"Z 

rJS^^i'w^y.L: 

t land k-cming "clover sick" in E 







ad a hundred gates, 






it at ea 


cb gate 10,000 fight- 






, consisted of 1,000,- 


fi.-ral 


, king of Ethiopi. 




i and 300 




s of war. SeBostris, 




,,'vi.!,".i< 




ist his enemies r.nni 






and27seytbe..rmed 








i,i.l.i 


near Pa 




He had a fleet of 


"..iiliiii 
. folc 


tftB!." 


mil ,m 


II vessels, and landed 








d, 150,000 were slain. 




ed by Regulus against Car- 








issels, wilh 140,000 




The Caul 










1,000 men. At the battle of 








il:,... 


80,000 fi 




6,000 horBe; of the 


Caul, 










,,, !,i,i 




ain in all, and 10.000 








lan half slain. Han- 


niOal 




emipa 





plundered four bnndre 

300,000 men. N'inm 

about 2,200 years n. c, led against the Bee- 

tri.i,,., .in ,u„. i ..„,,,,„l,i,g of 1,700,000 foot, 

200,000 horse, and 16,000 chariots armed with 

scythes. Italy, a little before Hannibal's 

time, was able to send into the field nearly 

1, 1,1'U" men Samiramis employed 2,000 000 

men huildinu the mighty Bahylon. She took 
400,000 Indians prisoners at the Indm, and 

taking 'of Baby**' 

■ 1 of f.00.001 

Combyses, 50,0 



Oct. 17th, 1862. 



Much might be said on the emulatir 
ce of our annual fairs in promoting ii 

H'EmSEViL^sfrHi" 

frs wen mor y « rUbmUj md Mien.".. 

uted, a far greater impetus would 



lo growTn C improvh°g''!h. r soil" ' The'rea'so 
for this .,],. in nn can be easily made apparel 
to all, in this way. Who ever heard of Ian 

must be exceedingly r"ar°e° if. iiideed"tber'e a a! 
any. For my part, I have yet to meet wil 
the first one. True, run down land will n, 

considerable length of time after a change t 

'• d °f 8 » at the r *''rind et al b! cro ai s ,i ". S nd <;l frd'' " 
Urge portion of bath on the 'farm, the lai 



appliances oe so usciiiny variegaicu ,ud. iuc 
l.eople would, en masse, soon be speedily in- 
duced into a cheerful, willing and^nt.lligent 

• fforis to achieve that much talked-of and 
verv desirable Independence. 

the various reports that have recently appeared 
in the News giving the particulars of the late 

On the 10th and 17lh iust. I had the gratifi- 
cation of attending Sanpete County Fair, h Id 
in the Assembly Hall, Fort Ephraim, and 

nouncing it to have been a complete success 

which premiums were a.varded: The best 
sheep; the be.t quality and yield in field crops; 

of poultry; beBt root crops; beBt and greatest 
variety of pod finite; best fenced garden of 
one acre; best cultivated garden of one acre; 

^"'fcabba'T^otaTo'^ca^rcas'ZVtro'iions' 

..St h.iii'ie-spun'ii, a" lis larii-li.-n; be»i 
ing and needlework; best dairy p 
; best machinery and mechanism 

rs""ve "e'tablM a^rTwSfSeda'^.vn « 
! v'ariety'of other things too num'e ou's'to 
ion, but "last, though not least," as our 

presenteu to have been heavy for bo 
g a society, but considerably inside it. 

ose. A Swedish band was engaged for 



tbM.u ; li " n t rs c ^" 2 C ^ 

Africa by* a south wind, 
rived at Thermopylm, hi. 

, )2->0 'So say 



Alexander about 500 
Arian says the Per- 
300,000, ihe Greeks 



The Best Leoact.— The most pr-cioul 
legacy that a parent can giv. a child, i. that 

eeSwahtrery thing ti.Vi. V."e, iid true" 

°therV,,d n mo P t'h"r'. a "lti. r ".' Messed* privilege 
>r parent, to write their names on the child'. 



WANTED I.ViVEDIATELV, 

6000 lbs. CHOICE BUTTER, 

17-tf By WALKER BROTHERS. 



F"™ .,",'; ":' 



pn 



October 29, 1862.] 



DBSBRBT NEWS. 



©entrcil Notices. 



W. F. ANDERSON, M.D., 






CO- 



ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 



URISTOPHEU LAITON, 



H. L. RAYMOND 

w'sr:":;:::"::::,;:::;" 



F. J. P. PASCOE, 



HOME! SWEET HOME! 






SIGN OF THE GOLDEN BOOTS, 



ft 



C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



CITY ACADEMY. 



iT,rm>dp.i, 
.4.M.JJW. 



©encral Notices. 









®encral Notices. 



REMOVAL OF BUSINESS. 



General Notices. 









LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS ! 






TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. 



[' ' ' 






NORTHERN MAIL. 



,,.d«„W.,(!,.0, 



C It E A T INDUCE II UN: 

CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL ft - LAWRENCE 



W'i 



MERCHANDIZE, 



T R 1 C I 8. 



20ti WARD WEAVINQ FACTORY. 



" good SPIKNEBS rc 



FIFTEENTH WARD TIN SHOP, 



CHARLES F. JONES, 

f5'"^;;; T ^' '■'.•\",""'"; '■'; >•'•■■• 1.1-..1. ..» 



T" \ 



APPLE, PSAB, PLUM, J 



NOTICE. 

SCHOOL TO PREPARE BOYS FOR ME 

CHANICAL BUSINESSES, Sic, 

To Comm<.nce 13th September. 

E. L. T. HARRISON, Teaciibr. 






Messrs. SAVAGE & OTTINGER 



PHOTOGRAPHS, PLAIN AND COLORED, 
1VOKYTYPES, CARTES DE VISITE, 

AMBROTYPES, MELAINOTYPES, 

CRAYON AND SOLAR PICTURES, 

PORTRAITS IN OIL, WATER COLORS, 

AND INDIA INK. 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 
MEDICAL DISPENSARY 



J. L. DUNYON 



DENTISTBV. 



Dn. W. H. GROVES, 

SURQEON 

T K VS',r, 



NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 



h 



LARSEN &. MAGLEBY, 

CABINETMAKERS, lea., *c , 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 

(Noil lo J t »k.n.' S.d.U.,. Slop.) 



WAITED, 

THIS COMING FALL AND WINTER, 

ANY OUANTITY OF 

GOOD HIDES, 



MERCHANDISE. 

WM. JENNINGS. 



MATCH FACTORY 

MAIN STREET, G. 6. L. CITY. 



FINDLAY Jt MARTIN. 



TO ARRIVE! 

WALIEUBROS; 
GOO OS!! 

1800 Packages of Americas and Eng. 
list Prints, New Styles and Fat- 

400 Packages of Hickories and Checks 
60 Cooking Stoves, Small and Large, 
New Designs. 
5000 lbs. Sheet Iron, Light and Hear;. 
IN PLATE, HOLLOW-WARE AND 
TIN-WA.HE. 
15,000 lbs. Sugar and Coffee. 
6000 lbs. of Teas, fine quality, Hyeon, 
Gunpowder, &c. 
BROWN SWEATING, 

Denims, Cottonades and Drilling*. 
700 Doz. White Granite Caps, Sanoen 
and Plates. 

FANCY SHMTIt/Q, 



npowdar. Honey, 

ndigo, Glau, 

Btjtui., ShonU.lU.aU, 



NEVADA ITEMS. 








The discovery of gold In tha Reese river 


•* ;■ 


country, about one hu.,dred milee weal of 








Nevada, and several claims hav» been made | 




but, in conae.|uence rf tho opposition of the 
Indiana to the occupancy of the country by 


„"'",',"" 








impend..! till next Sp ing. Tb. region la 


"And 


.poke of In high farms a. a grazing and 












Snow fell on the mountains around Carson 




on tbe ltith, to the depth of several feet. 


'...ui-l.i 



TIIE DESEItET NEWS, 



[October 29, 1862. 






a the " Great Basin Hotel," b .a 
rd, as reported, by the County ( 
trs of Ormsby county, for a C 



There were r cent!)- Bomo ten or fifteen sick 
persons, inost'y immigrants, in tbe Orroaby 
county hospital. 




" we a ke 



lime we had 

W.'.',".'.'r.-l"e;-ll : 



NOTICE 

PROPOSALS will be received 

Doug as. near Salt Lake Cry, I 
day of November, lfliB, till tb. 

Nov-niber, lS.l-J, a. llli.Yh.ck A. 



300 TONS OF HAY 
250 Tons of Barley or Oats. 



STOVES'. 8TOVE9V.,-, ., 

R. C. SHARKEY, j'CcI 



(Opposite the Idle Win. , 



to bo proof positiv, 
ng a few days since 



.ill be iflBUflicient (o supply |] 

from Tim ma 

Mr. H. F. Morrell, ex Poali 
iiy, returned from Deer Lo,dg( 
y Mr. Tbom.a Pitt, last We 

a tbc new conntry, and e*] 
vitbin a few days. 



s bad for tbe getlinp. 



Potatoes.— 1 


. t,.,a, ..-.-., some exceed 


«"5'. 


and a 


and adjoining vallcya. ' 


ilaed 




H. J. Faust at Rush Vi 










dred buahels, weighed 


ou da. 


Mr. C 


. Hur.tsman, of Fillmore, 



',) I Ui.ile.l Slates, and persons of doubtful la 
rovaUMI l\ ' 1 ,i.i U 

THOS. B. GATELY, 
1st Lieut, and It. Q M. 3d Inf. 
Caarp Douglas, near Salt Lake City, 
Oct. 28- h, 1862. 

.:...; C'KALED PROPOSALS 
«!•■«.«. |& lh« Under,,*. I. a, 



Office in Camp 



jllarxtcb: 



Wxti: 



Nero ^uuevtiscnunts. 

STEAYED 0E STOLEN. 
FOUR MULES. 



i S .a.,a' 



FOE SALE, 

VALUABLE FARM, 



170,000 lbs. of POTATOES, 

I more or lrs9, tn the Volunteer Troops atat'on- 



11;^:;,', 



Valley wleus. a»ir. » aaluMjr r« 



THE EYES! THE EYES! 



-fixdliy & mmm 

*.a^T 



ExciPTIOH.— Whei 



,V. B. HOOPER, 
2d Cav. C V., A.' 
- Salt Lake Cily, 



NMIGB. 

Q EALED PROPOSALS will be received I 



~ J.PASTE BLACKING "^'^."("KCia?^ 



';" C" 



i",.\T."al; 



FIE6T PEIZE MATCHES! 



1 dollar act of dia.non ll he had then 
9ed. The buyer of the glittering trin 
than a year ago, had as little proap. 



• were duly diet, 
to bis pocket, 



ani'mly meagre, .nd from v 






[-■: T - ll' f i.,,i/ no 3fatrnr» nor Backing i 



250 Head of Beef Cattle, 

120,000 lbs. of FRESH BEEF, 

nore or less, to the Volunteer Troops slati- ned 
t Camp Douglas, during the period of aevea 



PIAN0E0ETES, MELODEONS, AHD Scales; from the In. 

MUSIC. 

II L. RAYMOND, 






"'saTd Fresh Be 




and wholesome 


ii alita . in ...arters, with an 


equal proportion 


of each, (n.cks and shanks 






... lor tile troops, not 
dhy the Commanding OBci I 








shall be designated by lbs 






Each bid ran 


: 1 .- a.-coii. panic. 1 will. !i.. 
























he Oatb of Allegiance Io lira 














ling Officer, as also of the 












invited to alteni 






W. B. HOOPER, 


Lieut. Si.,.. 


Camp Dougia 


, ..... MM Lake City, 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



TRtTS AND UBSRTI. 


NO. 19. GREAT SALT LAKE CITY. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 5. I862 . 


VOL. XII, 


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'■ ■■..■":■-■ '■.■■;.l, .'■■." r 1 V.:"-.V. ";',' ,; i 

1 , 1 l V 


toiler,. 1:1 ..II ill- Mr. I' „.,. :,, :., „„,.. ,,„ ,' ^ , ,„ ", ''„,.■ \ ,', '."■ ' ' ' ,'' . '' ', \ V " ' r i"'" ',' "' ''"' ' ', "' "' ' '" , '"'" " '"'* Ul ">' ''■"' »"'"» 

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M,",,''",',' 1 ,", l,, „"," i ",r ;1, "'"'"""- 




1.0 unto ,u, and thus fulfil the law 


1^:°^'.,^^ :...:.■;-.•. 


•'».':;,,'',TwiiT B""','cC''"i°k .'ii"" 


f , ,, , „ "n co 1 - , 


■r ']■■■'•'<•• ■''.' .'i.i.i.i"' ".!,'], !,!,'i"i!,",' 



.•,„,!„,,»„,, d.c:.,,,,. „, V h- „. 1,. ,, i „,,„..,„; slU „., 1L ,. ,,,„■,",„;. ,";,;;.;; rzs:';/";^i:-:::',::::;;:\;:\;: H i:;",::. ;;■;;; v r 1 ",■•■ ■'">■ -hi™, ,vi,o„ y „, 

i"«Jm sir ',""„;, 'c,:; 1 ;.:,:'.!':,:,;.:",;:'; 1 :'; ^ii^^;;;;,';':,;: 1 ;, 1 , 1 :;::::;;, 1 ';:;;:;^;'. 1 ;;; i" , .;;::::;; n :',"i l : l '.r' y ri": i , l ;, , , ,, "i ■' ; ;•,' a.... v:,t ;'.. , ;. , ; , ; 1 ,T,: , . , ,.', r ,.v a "-„ r i : ' i B ,'. , ';i*, 



ropbet said that our Ilea only Falhe 



ngdom. But we 
II till- state of pr 
lep to step till we 



regeneration? It 



Lord say to Oliver Cu.v ,!.■, y nh.uit I,-, h.-r ,i:^ I,,, l,:r u„ r„„l,i .„( hveiu ih I .,,' -, ,1 ':., ! '„ ' Yi \'!. ,"i'v u.f t In ■■ ■ t 

'■'■-" 'I' J Hi.-- I "',"l'„ lo-'pll 's-m'h. '' ,'--'" l'll'"''-„l"- J.!-',!' 1 '., 1 :,,!'".',' 1 ':,"!!- ,""ih,' i",',',1'.d 'V •" ", I C -'"'', ,!'' '',' ",', "' "' 'l'' '" , "' ''> ; "'" »'•» 

";-■; t'o.>.l-il | .i...Ui..i, I IV, ,.,„,;■. ^ ( .--,--,,. ' Ar-l I a,„l I ,,,,. |l|. 

i i i hi ' ' . " i ' \ i ' i ' ' ' ' 'n i ' ,' ^ JfTii, 

.-.i-,,!!-,:,,-!,!,,,-,-;!,,-.!,,!,,-!.',!,,,:,,,,,,:,: M.l-i. W- could ,.u .My „, K„,|.„„l I-. I , , -. ,.,- |, ,.,..,,. , , ,,, 

all men eveiywheie 1„ „,,„,.(, „,:l,,,,. mate a ,. au,„t l,o„„ 11:,,:,-. ; ,| I : i, -|„,- ,. ,n , -„- ,,„ 'i penile and' 

;-■' .i-' :! - ''.'-" --- : ':'''" I'r'l mi::-- A-, it!--, I,, i- iv e h , :,,-, ,.,!■, | ,,, t,,i,|,!t:,g a i,, n| ,|,, ;,,,,| dresses iniole ol 1 h.i I k,,,,l ,,f ,|,,i |, ,, r ,.. as far 

"■"' "'"■■" '•' " '" ''.il..l'" K ni"'i" ""'!" lui-i'i'iy.' "liVr,. hTV .Vi.i.u.'t'"*! 'X',"':,' 'in ,-!( i'.'l'i'"!, lel.l ■''i|',," |','iV: I'll 'ill'.!' „ 'l! '■! . " ' '"l" "i"| u'ujT 

ll-l 1, of Y' •!» S Il.ll 10 ihe ,: k .|:t of l,,.|; J I' „1 I, . i I . I, ., ' im e.| I i ,1 ;■„,. Jo , , |,l, ' i ||,„„ ,[,., .. |,„ | „ |, , .,., ,,, , , ,„ , „ ,',„',' „, ,[,, 

lot, behold, I ,o l.oid your II ,,, r.nl,.n,l ecu, ,,, 5 I,1 i„ |. , .• ,., , e I, „ I: l e I ., ,:,,,- ouin.iu.uily l„ I,, ., ,.|„ ,„ „!,,,, „ , ,.,,„,. 

'•'■■■' 11,-sl. ; wl,,.i,,,-o,r l„. ...ir,red the mi, s..i,„i I , . 5 ,|„. II, '.vi. , .,,■,.,, I „ i ,. 1,1. . v, , I :, n I.I., ,, I. , 1,„ . „ , ... 



n cry in.- icp.'i,:- li .1 in ..I. „,f. -y wa. t ,eie m .11m. iIii. I i : i -' I ,,, I. :, ,','!■], ,,','. "i '., '',',", ",. ii!'" Thtri-'are Ihei 
. ofmyFotle,'.' 1-1 li. .,, w ,' l,. ; in a S u„|-|n. ■■ podncni lo-, „'. HI,.,, ., Llo-.i,.'- ,1 ,. lo In 



before 1 ,a,ne into this Church. It was 

'■"lo "" '",'■' >'";: ■". the ,oo,l people whei 

by lv,«, l.v |„lfir,i, : . I',,',,;, iheir'i,,-,-!, !.'. ■ 

this a""ol ill.' vlo'lJ "illo'ifa !,",,,,',,!',',' 1 ,:'..' 
>.,ir e ,ii;,.r ao.l p pper, and almost cverytlm, 



ll'll'',',' l'l , ,'i\1l''o B t" y Avhi'ch y th*e"had l in' l | 

i i i"i i , , ! 

V I oMuu.uJ, „,, and the Lord will let t 



do nolo,,.;. C..,,t."..l,..-.„nst nod arch,., 
it be the oh lie , of ti.e d.-eil. Take npon 1 
the name of Cl,,i>t, I -|,-nk the rutuin' 

: ii,"l ii,'io , v'n,'„.'., , ,"l'.l. l o'n',!i J,l',i<"t.'!„i = t 1 
endure lo'lhe end, ,!„■ » me shall be sav 
Ueho J, Jesus Christ is the name which 
irnen of iln F„iher, and there is Ilone Oil 



, | nicely adj,,sl'e,l''«,o,l',.d "1'1','e "elf! " w I Tl "ii 



i, , '",'eV,i'",i"-Ti'","i''''r i "'' ; 'i'"i r ' « A 

"'aToid'i'hlit ii!„. ; Jt w,l"',,. adually e,„„ 
wo se.tioreloreue should always en,' 



, for be is God's delegal 






wherefore, if they 



'..!' luy F,:l::i."-lll^*K 



ihisis Ih. spirit Unit re.n upon Presi.l-i 

Young, and also op„n all f fnl m-o an 

women in the Church of Jesus Christ of La 






'Inl'l'i'l ',',''.'.' I'll ",''"■ l7. lo'l'el'l ',','" lion 
ill .' Ill',, „'. I, 'hi' !'. ■",,,"', J,' 'y:'X'- I.' '■'.■ 

in°e: the' po"? 1 «mUi"St""bi °v ""'pj"' 
of the oppressor, "for with that meailttteyi 



iirj; 



{'"ill M tuVt°the.°i 



terd unto Joseph Smith, and icmeinber that 
1'eler, J no sand J„l„: bold the I, „„il.u.. 
in; to their dispi i,„»lion and |,,-r,.,ini, s lo 

hood and authority upon Joa. ph H,e Seoi , 
which I. for Ho- salher.ny lo-elherof ,11 who 

c"iD0t"in*«t y e "within ouMelvert *Tb.,r. a". 

released Item bomb, !.'<.■ and oppression, wo 

lend lo'ba-.e clolb, Ih.ii has" been m d'e here, 
rroro head to foot. What are «i,.n,; lo dor 

have tbeir carding, spinning and > v '» vi ''S 

it liberty to go lo the parties. That is very 

■bai r Pr 1 e.id°ent n Youl,g "lilt. tlil's^'people'Vo* 

ha't'f. "» P o SU™'?, forwa"" '' '"" ^ 
dlolt't'lme perfeclly ',11. \'\! 1,'d" ',',' ti'ut '« "by 
Ibis is the course lo, you and 1 lo lake, a, li 

nd" that which destroys tbe"hod,° "l'f.'a"' 
bseiyed a great deal of Ihe tollice of prop!. 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[November 5, 1862. 



ut, our noiae confusion or disorder that could reun- 






™!Z\™n" : "n™'li"'& pLuVoVla^ral'tKiuld 
.,1 1.i, ,l.-c ol Krnin. TLey are making great 


SS3 






'''i!!Ti 


Cacl,„ Valley tti.il 1 believe is about equal to 










■1 i 


is rejoicing ami were lo k.ng Willi their e) ea 


Sec 



THE EXCISE TAX LAW. 



See. 113. All. I I 









V-r:::: 



rH'i.HiM 



"u«**".ii''-*«" '""I "'her u'ic'ful III' ir pi»c ! 



Je or orciii.a- that behalr jranleil^ 
iginally g.a 



I h 1 I any additional 

./. i' . :." ....,.......■,. ......•.■■ i. I-. ■ ....,.•■. ;:■ ■•;:::,.!■,.;■ i .„ i 1 ,! ;::„' ] ::. ■',';;; :':::; l '::: 1 :::-,:;r, l ' ;, :'z;;mZ';l::^ ,•" 



!.'jlu,.m-li rii^'cioVor j'. |iuVe"i'^':''l'''l''''he'l';i-iie 



ml up grammes. There will 
[• i ..[ t-rly taken cue 01. Me is. 



[spectivelys 

at i( or persons . 



In I 'he','!',.,' i ■l''.,nl...']».iik-.iieii ..•e..i.si.ruc. K-. tlieeseieieoe ,.| . nrijin- i 1 which IwjSe. 

II ' ' 'l era" shall bo 

11, , s 1 i I he ll il 

..,'! I we rej.u.vd Willi tin in. The in- or sum el 

,.; : ;,::HS ; |,E.S 



,.,..,. •':..;.,.,',,, II ii.i, „l, ,.ii i,-m ,,..p..l.,..'j-. I,,ue,. a pin- act who l.e .pj .Hnaee ol^ ,m ..,,■■:.> wh", 
tin in. The in- or torn td mon-y imposed t.m sut u htm.se, one em [mil,' ion h, ine ,ie].esil .,r collte: 



house. VVhtnllie 
■■'l.Vpta!uTy'il li 



S'.alel He lllineplei el r lehteOUdllCGS, ac 
k.nwle.lee anil obey them. 

I have -ill yeJ the plea- urc of accompany 



Since the year 1S33, I li 



-ranis. I I ll I I 1 1 11 .i.e.-, h r in homed to tra 

I 1 a;, I asm II II 11, 111- t :s- I I ,,a I 

il.tiry and'wa- i-siimmd t mm pl-isin- I'rovmd, 1 h at a license grai 



most ill) thing Ilueiil lu 1 , * il"'' ineV sha'll prohibit the°atorage U 

devote their energi mill 1 ii r i r r h indize la oilier plac 



eying 1 



way over the plains with the 1'ioiiocis. H. 
wasoneof Ihe Lu .leis and in the evening I, 

i:E'^SS£ia™'^ ; 

I, ckgrew t, ail i ..II 11,- way. I. in) 

these im, sums tvnv time I go out ,v 

I.esi.l. i.l ilir,.„..,li Urn ....'"l-mtuls, en 
Lis im'im-Iiemi. ill 1 c.-iilrihute luj te, 
lo the Simla, 1 always come hack feel, 

er poitioiu ot Davis'county, we began to find 

the people ,.v|„..i,:,- uj. Ihey had repaired 

over the^all'tfeam '"■^ "we'" 6 ! 

provement v., loan,] in ||,„ „,i.i,iiH Hie least 
Lability o[ being omashed in crossing over 
water ditches. Ia,,„ „„]., if Sunn would 



,A l ;eep liou.ui a Lie a t : iin.pb'way wHUo'iil 



M- ti'.l.rLi.n tog i .,:' ,n 

,an niiln .he led. "G" in 

I I '!,, ' ,!\'."i '■'. "l ' 'i 



I" pi el. ■, ence we Imght Lilt l.a.l or .1 I Ij (, 1 llioillll, 1. ,1S .Urn- Ml, 1, ol'h.ir Wise I hllll b 

business ; and we wi.h .11 u,- 1. ,!-.. ;,, I,,., as a'm mul la imu | J se, he or bhe shall 
1 amis ti, in .hi In | 1 . i t I J i or dealing in 

;■■ ' , ',. l "' , .'.' l ' ': . a . r ., , , i , a.-. . ... a, - ,, ,. ,„: , 

emito-d *°' "h" " ' * "'"' ""'''"" '"''" b c .' rr ymg'ohthe trade'or 'busineB's'of'au 

■■ ■■ •'■ i. „ ■' , .'.■" ' ii- .'. ,u : '..'", .'iVVV.'.'.,.':',',!,' ,"■';,' ,'ii'.'.',' !,..'.'.',', 

"[-■\ 's'.-s», and all these ILings .hall „ imm amis - ; r,„, m-J, ..|w a, ,, In.ii v 

all ,„,i„ , _ | „. .;. | t li: , . c ,,,, r lit e as aforeaait 

1 "l ' I'.V 'I - eo'.iis-ls Urn pr-p-.ry of any | m p, , ,„ , 



O.liall be regarded as arctall 
lesaie dealers shall pay fifty c 



• sliallpay fifty dollars for 



S™i ™;'i!i I'?™' S" !f^ ^ oVL, , -l\,'!ia5-,"V J i r -,- ,J e.',-' f .m''r, l ''as af'mt/ld" " :•'. '''["-'■.'".', mm '.'ha il '-', t "tweutv-five dolll 

I - I I i, vi'll I I . j an/ quantity 



for tLe repaymeui 

quantity 

live ti .mired 



November 5, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



for'y gallons to 
for each aifdltioi 



'": ' "'"" ! "' .''' ' ' ,' ', N 



t«ei.ty-fiv..- dull.ira for a license. And pro- 
quired for any still, stills, or oilier a ji[i;i tatua 

nr/c r LmLf C °!r° l |,ae^>ll| , |7,ri7'ue^J'','ll 

That distillers of apples andpeaeheB, diBtill- 

•I'od II v !. irr.|a per year from the samc.shall 
pay twelve and one-half dollars for a license 

a^rS^. aDdf ° ragCratCrqUan '" y 

10. Brewers shall pay fifty dollars for each 

[era'nted liquors S name oTTsc'ripHon 
for sale, from mult, wholly or in part, shall 

That any person who manufactures less than 

Bum of'twenty-five dollare for a licenBe. 

11. Hotels, inns, anJ taverns shall be classi- 
fied and rated according lo Hie yearly rental, 
or, if not rented, according to the astimated 
yearly rental of the house and property in- 

follows, to wit; All cases where the rent or 
the valuallon of the yearly rental of said 

Hrs 5 or a m d or P e r °B P b"ii r c l o„stil«e te 't'hl L '°fi'rst''clasB" 
and shall pay "two hundred dollara for each 

l.cen-e; wlieio the te.it ..,■ too ee,:„.,t,o„ of the 



^do?lar'.%or i McM,c™ a ,d .whelrtL"7en'i 1 o; 
■ valuation of the yearly 'rental Bhall be one 



dealers, and keepers of b 



:< i. I'lioiog.agberB shall pay 



I ,i' 

aggie, a.nle 

""',',"'. ,'!■' " ■ 
h.il: j.M fere 
i e,l, That io 



ng. are provided f, 













le.lh.ru 1 u 




fe.oj arid 


'or ami t 


of payment 



i't;' 1 ;. 



Every place 

.sliinenls of any kind are provided 
' sitors and Bold for consumption 






brokers shall pay fifty 



,.,.. k.g.SOl produce, ,,. to ..I,.-. I". 

L-, ifi-rs for the on nets ot vessels, or 1 
BbipperB or comnanos ,.I In aid . " 

reut'oreell real estate for others, sh 
re i5. td Laud"' warrant' ' b^keS"' aball pay 
twenty-five dollars for ea.h license. Any 
person Bhall bo regarded as a land warn 
took r wi thin the meaning of this act w 
makes a business of buying and selling la 
warrants, and ot t t.rnisbing them to eettl 



or each license. Lien edo.ee ,-r.ete. I!..-.. u,,„., hilars. Any person 01 

e purpose ... diamine e. operatic iep- pet out he fo. sal.. phid..g-i,i|ih.a, ,'..., 

i a i"°hailaV a e > ii S t^n r o'r,! f e ro"'asi'onari' 1 "of met V",."' '!'."'.'.'," i,"-' \I7 "[,!'. ,''l"s'u.u "!,' "ill 

lie oi thee I ... eil iej,n ee ... an on.:, elo.ll he ne. ... h d . d gn.|.hoi in., I el Una net. 

larded as a theatre under this act. ill. I.av.ve... shall pay ten dollars foi 

Circuses shall pay fifty dollars for each 1. ei,.."e. lev, it person whoso businosi 

I'i..y ho. bong, tent, space, or it is, I'm fee or ,«„ u.Y.I, ti. prosecute or defend 

where feats of In r ociiiJ null i [. or aero- ca s, ye I ,.r i eeoid or other jn.lici.i 

spo.ts are exhibited, shall be reg.rdcd tribunal of the Unite. I States orofnnyoftb. 



vho performs be a lawyer win. in he meaning- of t Ins act. 
■egardedasa 32. I'm si. ia„., Burgeons, and dentists 



the task as the Lord Chancellor is to prepare 
lb- winner of the ,„ x t St. Leger. You find 



iit^iS 
lo things given 



never miss an opportunity of throwing it In 
the bov's lace; pai en's who seem to exult in 
the thought llial they know a place where n 

"it I'rbi'l.l"^^ 1 ii'"id 1 '.'.! ; 'do!,'°' a °ome wrong or 

foolish thing, V o„ „i|| luel ,„,,.„., „;„.,„ 
coi.stanlly ra!,.og„|. Iherei.ie.ah.aare „( it 



hal pay fore, ch been,.. !,, d.lhi... In. ,.r...l ■. ,e. ol ,.,,.!. ..(-ill e.l ;,„■ ,„.„.„,., exh. heed in many other ways; 

bled, That no license procured in one Mate any l.o.n v d. .ease oi ailing, shall be , I, ,. \ „„,,, „ „,,,„ ,„., lll . l , ■',,,: 

hall be held to i..|..u- exhibit.,.,., in a phvs. surgeon, oid.nti-t, as the ease [„„ . v. and „lle. wa„i of sense. 

.nother State; and but one license shall be nny I.e. v. ..do niean.ng ol tins act. | ..„ n ,|. liberal ely, instead of wonderlne. 

e,]uire.l under this act to aiiiiii.i;/e exhibit., a. :: hi. to ...en's and ageu a to. pro- ihat most minds are audi screws, 1 wonder 

i-ithin any one State. _ cinihg pa'enls xii ill pay t.oi d.dhiis foi each mil, [e.le.e il.lo so. |.| i.ae Ihat they are not 



if alleys to . 

■ tables belinging to or used in the building departments of the fi 

■ place to he lie,:-, .set. When not exceed. ng procure patents, nli.ll 



Ilorse-de ,1 rs shall pay 



Uhe sumofone thoii.and dom 
i tbe contrary notwithstanding; 

giuhnilcdbj'tho amount of sale 



e.oiselhe sum often dollars. Any person eilien.l to pi y-i ...,,s u bn keep on b. In 

ho,e lo.sio. ■ ,| , si. .h.ll oil 0. ■! ^le.,1 CIVS ode,, I ■ T < h • ■ | - , 1 1 S ., . e ,. 1^ , , , . I, I , , g ^ I p 

.Vc«UeTo'k.""" P ' Sha " " "' ''""' ' "'s 'c"n" A, ll'!' d' Ionic,' eunOod, Tim ■' 

25. Tallow-candlers and soap-makers Bhall h el,,.,,,,, , ho • provided for, if granti 

igarded a tallow-chandler and soap-maker within a.) ;.,, M. ,.i Territory of the Unil 

erson who shall r , I act shall be held 

rude petroleum or rock eol or croc eeai.ot, co.,-, , ,, ,, vent th e ..vera .IS a 



or license is required to be paid by t 
TRAINING OF CHILDREN. 



.Ml I...I, th- 

. 'J.CI l! he 

i ',',',. ,'e'l'y of a 



lass, and stiafl pay fifteen dollars for each| 

.ceiise. Any person, except persons peddling I e 
...wsnan.rs. Ilibl ■ s, or n.di-ioi.a t.act, who v 



Jbice.Tn'bTst'i'ee't 1 ,' 01 it n i.t; d.heni - .,„■ , ,. i o 1- ; a „ received, and from wl 

under thTs""act:' Pro. 1 !.'. 1 '.!, 'l n '.'' ".. I'l i'oSi ![,.',' hen '...'and' I l'.lo not B.iggest the 

who -she, o, others to sell, dry mods, foreign eons ...no, ... ^. t ,' loini in i.aliiee, ben., 

and domestic, by "lie "I 'more original p.iek en, n' I x]...t .1 . igbi .■..., in 

ofn'eraona"! '' hih" ""'■''< '"'■' r' ■''" '' '■'■'''' "■'.' ■ I""''' 

1 ' ' i ' ' ' i it i' " ' "i! 

! , I ' 1 " lo,„o"'tv' ''"o, l « elvm'^.aee 

tanas and pr.i.lu. ero "f agricuH oral tool, and . In 1 . f I em.: .|.) thing bill -■,,.„:,'/ \h, .,,) 

I ', I , I ' s r '.'r a'ahon | , ' I I t " It > 'l ' I 

I | than the pl.ee of 1 \ ru-tyour tl I 

' J r t.e.hd, ... an, on- 1 is 

sal ihu a made, to take out any additional 

"dt ".'' Apol'beca'rica Bhall pay ten dollars H H to no. i,'..-i I ss ... saiues, even in Ib.-bet- 

lor .1,1 license. Every person who keeps a ter classes ,t society, a thing nil ch needs to 



, kick, rear anil bile. It says 



iXSUt'C li'SI'l I, A'l Ih'.MlM'STO SCALE 
THE MATTERHORN. 

Tbe Alpine climberTv^ho went forth, early 

n June, to, .cab the Ma 1 thoin-aud add tin. 

ho'sw^'nonlnnns-'-havUeSB^ndXat" 
d. dlo"p.vl. deh's'.lla'lh.inias.'' Vlr! WlVn,- 
■er, one of the Alpine Club, reached a higher 
...nil than bad hnherto been reached; hut an 
cc. denial fall, ..bob may he truly described 

ending the mass of ice and snow Mr. Whim- 

ilace to cut a Bcrles of steps in tile lee. Know - 
ng ibere was no.lilliculty of that kind to bo 



fa'cc'an.l body on the rocks an.Uidges, crash, 
dred feet deep. By happy chance be waa 
a precipice scarcely equaled in the Alps, and 



t'hYcoi"u" ot"? thoRrlTel aet'off/Xof c'onli- 
du'r'anc'e"'we C r°c"taxed ir?»ain' A'.in^nd'a 11 a"n 

evrr'been „'p the' peak he crejt and ebmbj 

higher than Mr. Whimper; but the deepness 
of the highest peak repulsed him, and the un- 

Matlerhorn unsealed.— [London Athenicatn. 

The Rolino Passioic.— A story is told of 



o.oi'.isli .'... would get for this picture, when 



SD» 



, C'cnir. ., Irs,:,, .-A ohv- 



,, excessive drinliii.g.hy ibe singol ..' nu.e.ly 

" ' , , , ,r I F o The'pka'n is not 

".'nal'lVnoe'dieel e',v ,■'. The persons ad- 
„-l.,| lodnok are shut up in a cell, and all 
he food supplied thiols in.pregnalcd .v.tt. 
reedy. At the end of four or five day. they 

nd°s'mei'"'and they com" o'nt radically cured. 
The slighteBt amoll of spirit at last in.k« 



TnE DESERET NEWS. [November 5, 1862. 



MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS. dlte el. on, and bad duri g llie I...I year one SALT ARRANGEMENTS in VIRGINIA. 



-r^ ><£ At9tt*t*f {} ' ,,„„,. .,„n..te.l,» l-w weeks since, that J,',".'!',.',', , *'"„, „',,'„ ',".;"'.',„',! about one ll.ou- , Tbe scarcity of salt in the Siuthe 

: >\\< A -£F" ^fo^' the.e«etel»emy tl.o>„. i.ablcd .o'die.. ,,„,, ubor „, ot ,„ ki „j ,, one hundred and having caused tbe export ' 

\VV ^ . & ,„ tbe hospitals ni Wa.binclon City, and fifty „„„,,,„„, cl , urcnrB| a „d net ■ een eight o'her S-a'-s from the salt w< 

;..- 'a /Z~±? 'y '■ thousand more in the immediate neighbor- an , r ' ||P -i,,,. ,'.,.,., fr i,„ , lr s n. the r mis-ion- lies of Smytbe and Washing 

gff \ '■ > JvEga ■ hood. 'aryectoolB. Ow.ng to retrcnebm nt ' fiVoled that extent that the peiple it 



BL.18BEB. v ,|| t/ Co'diiif's Farm. Savage's S'at.on, bv „. na „,, T individuals for 

of New York, muiufacture, distribu 



1L1A8 SMITE .EDITOR A! 

IVfiliicsdav. Novfiu 

PROGRESS OF Til 

,low," lb- truth ofwbtch I.bs been sn. i» e- ^ ^ ^ ^ |,„„d,rd and thily-lwn, .1. s at- d. >Mr b>| ! ., ,., Xe „ York C.v, and some the 10th of 



illAS SMITH .EDITOR AND PUBLISHES. v „„,' C ..'.l.i.s'. Farm. Savage's Station, by „„,,„,.' . no i. • • ■ 
\VedueS<lay.t....NOVfmbCr 5, 1862. .Mountain, and Antietam. Tbe reeiment aiving {50,000. 



ROCRES3 OF THE WAR. ' for , b , Po'tnmic, on the 23d of August, !»,•. !?,<„,„„. „ r c „„ v( , r ij„ s the heathen to C iri»- i 






I.-'.-' 






t.gl) d.stu 



, four danger- Bajd t0 bavc ma d e a speech, in v 



.ial.-g.li ■ .limine, disabled by -i.-kness. The regiment is said N ,„. Vur ,,. ,„ „„. runner cit 
a at, rl it. -tame l0 Bave presented a sad spectacle of thej uerB bospitably entertained 

ng in the eve t of Sou,c ° r ,b " We9tetn Sates are petting conipo |'e.l to go to the hotels i 



tl.,ir -.-tin ,- I.-. i. It I.. I'aM, ul.al, i-.c ;.^ior,- . . .. « , va . SUNi , ,, ir , 

ally occurs. | with, and man, of th.iuare reprea. t.t.-.l as c]05e .f | lis spcecu ue . 

m.batihjoj X ■ ' > . i .-,,,, . II scorn, to have been ing for food an.l clolhing. the New Yorker, to the comfort, and w.mt. , the act is held to be the property of the Stati 

noca.y niatlor to aa e'rUtn lb" I cation, of " '■ 8a " 1 that '" K " w y ° ,k lhe '"S" ■ of the reverend delegates, which, on tbe sug- until other,, lie in -licit and in tbe event tb> 

Ibnir oncampmenl.. Reconnoissancs after bounties offered to volume rs b a induced | e „ Kon of others less offended, was subsc- ] the owners of salt works refuse or cease t 

,'„„„, ,,,,'j ii x ,,,.| |,„.i „f the main bnly '"' nam -5, dr. wing Ibe bounty in eacj it.- be i„g assured if a welc me at Detroit, Chi- ' Governor, exclusively for lhe State, the: 

of Lee's army was not ascerf linid till quite, static-, in c-nnscipn- ce ..f which Iheio was „,,„, Cleveland, Piltsburgh.and other place., work B and property arc to betaken posscssio 

tire discovery was nude, a portion of tbe Army required quota bad been raised. 0|1 ltll , ,v|, „f October, Bishop Hughes visit- transport the salt from the works to desig-a 

Honside, which pissing down tbo river below £ a n for a drsn !o '" made on lb.' 10th of Nov- lite ol confirmation to about four h mired canals, &c. are lobe seized and used till tb 

aad at latest dates was moving on slowly in a quota of o a- hia.li.. I and tw.-nty th-asand, nic .i iy cot.a.s.t.,1 in tl.oit- coming forward after Where it is to I.e .lly'iiha . d to tbe p-oj.!. 
soHlb'-rly direction, follotvo I by other dins- '-' ' t"""'in ajij-o: tr.ja-d to Ilia C apm. S ,vc, being ad'rcjsed by tbe Bishop, arrayed in his Tbe price of the sa t, and tbe quantity lo eac 



Hie enemy. The fierceness of the battle, '' S anil rcad y to hiss on tbo "dogs of wat" . an( i sprinkled tbera with water. The cere- 'violation of the rules and regulations pr 
I ..ugl.t oxctaKvcly wilh artillery, can bestbe,"" 1 " to volunteer. | monies are represented a. having been very , c ribed by the Governor is also a misdemean. 

determiaed from the number of casualties re- Several .spirant, fot Congressional honor, imposing. to be punished, upon canvic'ion, by fine of n- 

largo, 'one killed aid fourteen wounded. Tbe Ohio and other S ales as independent cant 
lo.jofthe enemy not known, further than dales, pr..p..sii.g. if ehod.to put at. red 

At latest dates from the .cat of war, Gen. P a «!»a-" Tbe electors seemed to ha- e bad vary drafted, anotberdr.ft was ordere I to be made by the State under this law. Theactprohib 
MeCtctlanhad established his headquaiter. Iltu " eonliJeiice in the ab.ltty of those who „„ cb e 27th ot October to in .kc up tbe d.fhcieii. ted all court, or judges from issuing orders c 
oitoe more on "sacred Boil," and a great thus oli: .1 thvir services lo accomplish what cy occasioned by the exemptions, but what ! injunctions to .lay any proceedings of II 
nitllo waB expected soon to 1c fought, Ilia they severally proposed. j seem, a little strange, in some of ibe towns, the Governor, or biB authorized ag-'tits, un-lerth 

icporl of which will in all probability, come : T!le draft in otj '° "as mado the 1st of f number required by the Becond draft to make law. 

Of tbe movements of tbe Federal armies in as it is called, in the town of Crosby, Hamil- larger than called fir by Ibe first appo.tion- little consideration in times or war, cspeciall 
Ketitui'.y, Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas ton .oni.ty, Ohi.., as r.-poit. .1, was one e'ergy- ment and draft. iu noii-mainifacturiag couti'ti.-s and S'ate 

and Missouri, but little is known, and'it is min, one Shaker, one hotel-keeper, threccom- , On the 17lh of October there was a great and fho'apprepri.tlan o the .alt made in Ti 
bdievod lhat they remain in statu quo. j mon laborers and nine farmerB— tbe preacher Republican ratification meeting at the capltol, 'ginia to the exclusive use o( her ritiztns ma 



t iiLiuitv i.i i irr.i >, 



i -Mia Kawnond and Cocb i 



d a mini.te; 

Conservatives v 
stint. They 'vanted no change. - Every- I Yesterday was tbe t me fixed 



IVe are gratified to learn that lectures of a e , iihlb ' rije , t w0|] d '^^ |f ' m v ]' ' " . ' ■""'': '"" ,! '" 111 " 11 ';'" """ i:c ""'""- THE STATE 

mingi ol each Wl I during the winter b 'eu stated, that such prizes w-renotmuch out stint. Tbey wanted 
...„; in Ilia S-v,.,,l,eJ' C "n Hail, coin- dsji " J l '> ' W 'hteh-ey.., generally, and thatching was going right w 



tivo meet wilh a very cordial reception. There spirited, as it was believed by som- that a 

rape., in the C.-st .ixecuturies of the Chris- a B'. wbich regulation is - very where spoken at ,- , p ,,.. 1., ,1, be.lle,s and sllirvi'r.g Soma Hi- Cous'if.'io,,, and if tb - radicals should be 

U^iora. ^gainst as ..njusr, as it will be im.npossible are represented to have died from destitution successful, the blow wbich has been struck at 

Among tbe numerous Bubjects already sc- to use them for the purpose for winch they and exposure. They Bhould be forwarded to the -'grand old Instrument" would prove fatal; 

As ronomy, Geology, Architecture, Me h in- "'""'" ""'"' "'"' ""' """I eau-lul l.an.llii g. England S'ates as fa B t a. possible whsre ( at the polls, it was believed, by not a few, 

Ma'bomedan.sm', Evidences 'of D.viuity in " '" ;l "> lhl1 things of so much greater import- 1 Acton, Mass., was visited by a destructive served for "a thousand years." Under such 
Mormon, sin, and General History. ' ^ /'"' l "" l,l "= the existet ce 01 the nation f, r0 on llle ni( , ht ol 0cl . 24th. | circumstances the result of the ballottings 

The committee who have the management ar ^ 01 '^'" :M - v '" "-' Drou gbl to v] w. j Gen. Foster, commanding tho department must have been looked forward to with much 

iolerojls of tb. community, and to be Imbued ' c,,t "'' as '' ""! •' e-sh l.u..i>es Ibis fall, and Ncwberii. lias r.-cently issued an otder, re-pu.- out the countiy. 

with a des.re to disseminate scientific and "" da ") lul Hob-.s of W.llard'a are estimated ing an export duty of ten per cent, to be paid I ■— 

^7"" k °°' rledge ' am °" e "" -*— «|" The AuTrtcan HZ"", Co ) '„mi..i.ner. of '^ "^ ^ *"" ""V" "" ™\j£'^^^,??£Z$.ll 

weO attended^ fro '"f i, loos'i! 'i ' ,,, u ' '''"" """""'""" Fso.i the New Gain Mixss.-A company, day la.t, lie first for many weeks; hut not 

Eon Dtxi«.--TUeTm,",, a „ u to , lh . „,,„„ J.™,^ b"" eTin'Vltenda'nce""^.'.' 'nT,l"l '° 0t ab ° Ut '"™ lr """ """'"' Ve.terday from .nough to w.t Hie ground much. Oil the tona 
n«m/r» will.onn.llh.r... i .- . . . """"""""■ »"« "oaru Uas Gr«ssbep],cr Creek. Their ropojts are ex- of tbe monnWii.s son- considorable .no v ieU, 

cawa^x ic.llsooBallb.onik.li »a, tkilher. ,». twenty. «.ssions unj.r It. Batt»l_.n.. CMailli ,j, av „ IauIt ,. K Uo.t of which wUl remain tldl next .utov" 



November 5, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



ght of tbe Commie 



dreisio 
I ance of 

k ■ 



l' U.'FuCMl II I, MS. 



HEALTHFUL OBSERVANCES. 



irgeofl Iti 

Is not:chusc 
right Calif, 



le Secretary of War i, ril f„| 
Andrews, of Mini- inlmaj 

. .'ley company from ' 2. 
Ih.it eu'et has been ""I' 1 * 



nth; ihc members of \vh 



IX ['01 NUI.NG THE LAW. 



". C..mii.iyji(irn..r 
(1 pettifogger i 



the ,!:nn.i-.. a 



,-|. in any ^.ai incut worn lift. 



y to start shortly for tl 

a in the HeaMsburg lat 
diced to pay $500 Hue ai 
: county jail for a limit. 



g 


:;: 


he' 


d'na'" 1 "^ thc"mSri', n 
the sleep disturbed 


e of 

en.. 


the 


'l'!e 


jy Indigestion ; this 



I outward along the 



TI!C SIiil.'Y IXD1AX WAR. 



ullic ml to l.c.-p'ot'l a f-e'lint ..I cln'll 
8. Two paiiB of thin stockings w 



Little Crow , *--""' 



the Bamo company. "°''',"i i.XV. i,?' 



:■,:;!;:!::: 



ating chief, and bopi 



however, notwithstanding the flat'ering re- 


citizens of Sacramento, notwithstanding Ihc 


t h e in o 


ports which were made hy General Mb.ey and 


great losses they have msl.iined byfloodswith- 


n.i'.r | 


by General Pope ; commanding lb.': department 




w'.l'.'.i ' 


of the Northwest, announcing llie result of the 






c MinpiUjjn a tr j i b ' Iheln i in-.who df-!i e vc<J tbat 


acres of all varieties of vines, planted and in 


12. 








that it will be no easy matter to catch Little 


Sonoma. The y eld is stated at from 300 to 




Crow, and that more depredations may bo ex- 


500 gallons per acre this season. 


i'llniT, 










PLUNDERING "OLD ZACEVS" PLAN- 


digestic 


The reporla from the scenes of the Minne- 


TATION. 


will 'ml 












toien.e 


conaiderably divided, some being for peace 


published in the Montpelier Joutnal, gives all 




while others prefer war, and, it iB repored, 


account of the plundering, by his regiment, of 






tits plantation of the la'e Gen. Zachary Tay- 




tomahawk have murdered many o' those who 


lor, near Baton Rouge, owned by his son Gen. 




have accepted presents from the Government, 


Richard Taylor, of Ihe Confederate army. 


.'■'.' eii'o'i, 




Tbe soldier says: 








nalotH 


Some of the friendly and p.acably inclined 


that I eier e.iw. There are on it .even liu'ii- 


r„o 



;™^;::,:- 



returned. They had separated fr. 
party and feared an attack fiom 
ihiraty brethren. They claimed 
from Ceneral Sibley, which he j 



the MUhnnial itar for Jeremiah 
mae, fonnely of the Birmingham Co' - 
who emigrated to Utah in 1P59, and 
on having knowledge of his where* 
ill confer a favor by communicating 
m Stoker, 7 Coley Street, Reading, 



TUB List Train i 



laands,) who fled i 






Ahich they fin 
Tnu Com-iirsj: 



ces, the immigrati 



exceedingly ardui 



,;c frcqu-Btly than 
ably, because then 



■> pieces. Nothing 



G-ru».n l.ii»-'i.!---, i>> Jonn '-■ =-mim. 
ns Bixteen pa^ea, and appears to 

jf Zion ia that far ofl UM- Sottas 



'he attention of those AhirV.y I- 
■eflpectfully called ti> the adve 
Prof. R-ymoad, who offers 1. 



wh» may favor him with I 



r o; ejected. from the pjai 



THE DE3ERET NEWS. 



[November 5, 1862. 



g jp 5 G ?J> T -y r c\V 



'&re»'saULiike£it! 

'bly' ex n e^a'' U £tom 
gs, grown from oril 
t exception.. There 



■n Mi-: 'l In it" '""' '"' ' Al "'" r "'IT'": 

■ "'"•'■' ,"■","' <■'<>"•;: H„ water from 

«h tree, the last o[ August, or early .n 



Tbe'p'e'ac.b "nlTiii- ',' its" n.-u' «„ ..I ,n!.i"i 

•m„i inii.""n„'i,. 7.'r'.'" ,..-..'.';. '!V .■'.-.. i',', il,'"'" 

v-.'.lliih ..''! w"ii,l„'s ..I II iluee, 'lih.l'i'i 

ugn whether III., apple eo.,1,1 be Blown'; • 



Faml In'wiVal'Jy" tEa°Vi!ot ''to'f'etronsof 

(mi- font helnw'lhe suvl'aee in I lie hjt iiisz/.n,.! 



; , ';, , "i'',*! ,,i; 'i r ;* l i |, ii,'. 'wi r ,.", ; T ; ' :i '"''•'" " 

beiriy killc.l, or tliat liavo been ini .red the 

i i. 'I li il! Ui- ..'.I.- lender trees may b° 

lb. ol.|... I in planting Hie seed on low land 
is to more fully prove llic hardiness of earl, 
plant; hardy varieties might be obtained In 
tula way. worlby of general cultivation. In 

sS.t'^^e^ea'Srr.^^ri'^fo'f 
care eboubl bo obBerecd not to injure the 
toots any more tban necessary in latin,- Ihe 
ire. - up I'.oin tin- nursery: protect them from 



iw. An objection might 



bJ.l better b ,.• -. r.l.-.'l I young ' Ini'i'dy' 

trees set in their place. The roots of ' 



affected by dro.th; and e 



„,.,,.,',.„. leave, ahow no signs of approach- 

,-.- ."-■ I ; , ;;' n] b e > r ^f!""* """ 

WHAT JUTE IS. 

The jute plant is scientifically termed ror- 

.' '.../.sulci i« and b.-|,.|,gstolbe family of 

SS^ami'tVi.:;,;;.?,::;^;.:;;^'.;.'; 

I «'.■■>' l-.f'-.i'irteenVe'l in In -igl'.t" Us lloweM 



nil e« en paper. Thes 



^^butt'm'li'therfia^alnaejlo; 

advantage of : lin.il.-.l supplj ., 



.emn'i'-Lenapee Ini 



ports to G eat Britain 
eobt ined from the Am 
would find a ready sal, 



■ for tra,,spn,tation.-[New Yo, 

E\ i:i;,iii.i:x^rBKEl 



...I win, a ,!;,n 



packed again „ ,„" a, baro^Ione » 

or on,, the gar .... ,, , ■ .. „ ... ,- ; 



The ?.':„ E„.-!«„l /■'.„ i.ier says: 
Evergreens are always in lea 

Krfona B r°LViv r r 1 i.;c'"pnng 1 



■.,,ly for action, and conae.piently t 
ember. At this season the groui 



In- .id IiIi.jiiiI a.li.n.l i.;.. ,.,er ill,,,, ll,.,l ll„ 
tec has made all lie growth for III. :„ as,-:,, 
nd early matured its wool, so that H is not 
a need of such a full flow of B ap as «h n In 
oung growth i. starting, or is succulent, and 
he plant 111-, lie .1 „l all its ei,,c . 1 -s. Dunug 



l.l I .ill. .'.I, 

II, =i...,i 



In the middle of Januai 
with the cultivator, ■ 
hoed carefully. At ha 
were very high, and 



3,225 lbs. of grain, eqn 



!5 lha. of gran 

Id" hnsli-li p 






NOTICE 



s planted alongside of crops P'°»t*£ 



tV;l','r f !eo"/';i,,l!vi;ntlia't r ihecrop°of'l1 
eeiy large this year, probably ijuailn 



mi-'e -s Office, Ca 
Lake City, from the 1st 
day of November, 1SU2, till the (ilb day of 

e'n'.ng- November, 1-',.', a' 1" „-,: I-tU a.m., at which 

- bl0W "feV ',/,"'"',: ,'- -,'::,' I:r andi:?".acu 
designated by the Undersigned.-— '" ' 

300 TONS OF HAY 

250 Tons of Barley or Oats. 

The articles specified must be of firsl-claBa 



not prociii,- seed enough 10 
t planting time. The high ■ "" »'™ 
ce'of^oenio^u^l^thena; 
The Co: 



pe:|,n.,ai,ce of their Co: 



\'.' 

:;:;,,';;:,,, :!;!;: 



ent high price of Cal- 



New York, In, me- ;:,,,•< ml.er. 
, , I i 1 i II ,i i I 

.IJion'^o.L^tha'wMtwi.i 



supply ihe United States, and have 
for exportation. The imports et 
into Boston and New Yoik from lb. 



ugh; 



Took Akotmeo Route.— "Where arc yon 

» I I li to an elderly 

few miles from Chicago. "I am going 



'!'".'.',',] - ,!.:',■. i>',l j.i'-.'i'i „l , 
" 'ill.. ci.n'if.iet'wHI be anbji 



THOS. B. GATELY, 
1st Lieut, aud R. (J. M. 3d Inf. C. 
Camp Douglas, near Salt Lake City, 



* NOTICE. 

SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by 
the Undersigned, at his Office in Camp 
Douglas, until Thursday, Nov. 6th, 18112, at 
10 a.m. (when they will be opened) for ttre 

t^oK^, 70,000 lbs. of POTATOES, 

rleBa.tothe V 
Camp Dougla 



A12 



. \m ',; '■; 



THE EYES! THE EYES! 



r:..'.. 



II L. RAYMOND, 



VS 






; Ihe pen,,. I 
ithelBtof De 
.1 June, I- 1,3. 



be, from time to time,, e,,n„ ,1 for Ihe Troop 
and on such days as shall he des'ei.ared I, 



All bids will be 



approval of 

:. el ihe (.'on,- 



NOTICE 

S E i\ L e E U D „, 

Douglas. ,11, il Thursday, Nov 
at 10 A.m. (when they will be 
supply of 

250 Head of Beef Cattle, 

120,000 lbs. or FRESH BEEF, 

at Camp Douglas, during ll,„ ,, r ,,i ,f „,.„, 

18,12, and ending on the 30th day of June 

Said Beef Cattle to be weighed on thi 



I'd': l 


8110 lbs. 


1» 


than IL 




S.i 


d fresh Beef to 






: f w,,r: 


and 


vholesome quality, i 


uiitei 


to be 


excluded) in su 


h q 


';,,.-,.',,- ,' 


.,'.," "V 


ofter 


r than iiv, 1 in 


s"in 


" i 1 


r .";.:.;,c. 
giii'ii. v 




wuaedirectedby 


l,e Comma 


Ass? 




of 


'b -1-11.1 


a tj H, 


nam-t 


ftttiSSh! 




.„.,,..,,.,, 


with th 


Sureties. , 


X 






I:',: 


U,ly,-Pr„poa„ 
Hid fleet faille. 


r Furnish 


l.g II.... 




font,,, tors ai 




eir Sure' 


es will b, 



All the bids will be subject to the approval 



W. B. HOOPER, 
Lieut. 2d Cav. C. V., A. C. S. 
Camp Douglas, near Salt Lake City, 



TIIE DESERET 



(general Notices. 



W. F. ANDERSON, H.D., 



F'^.V.'.!,' 






ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 



F. J. P. PASOOE, 



HOME! SWEET HOME! 



SIGN OF THE GOLDEN BOOTS. 
C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



CITY ACADEMY. 



ir™.r, 



©cneral Notices. 



pi:i>'inr:NT n c. kimkai.i, u-„. hob- on i-. c ,.,j , ,„,, 






©encval Notices. 

WOOL CARDING. 









""""If," 20th WARD WEAVING FACTORY. 

T n »n'T. ;,',",; ;.';:,;■ v , „'.';:.w\,".;::'!,,',;" " ',■ ,„','; 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS I 









TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. 



NORTHERN MAIL. 



"AJStt'MIKOKiSKtomW™ »l.r-,W,». ,Mo ot 


F1KDLAY Sl MARTIN'S 


PASTE BLACKING 


csffls asEta," ,ny ImBU """' " d °° l 


FIRST PRIZE MATCHES! 


tor° d "' ■'» ju, " !b - e ™° bi " ! ' ° r °* b '' °°'"" 


O* If* •"«« "0 J&IAt nor BloeWn? nee 
luxto- IIlc brand of lilt BIE-mvs. 



G IS EAT INDUCEMENTS 
CASH BUYERS. 



KIMBALL & LAWRENCE 



FIFTEENTH WARD TIN SHOP, 
OI-IARLES F. JONES, 



© ub , ir|b „ o ^,— tts b @ 



NOTICE. 

SCHOOL TO PREPARE BOYS FOR Ml 

CHANICAL BUSINESSES, &c, 

To Commence 13i'i %l(mier, 

E. L. T. HARRISON, Teacher. 



Messrs. SAVAGE & OTTINGER 



PHurOGllAPHS, PLAIN AND COLORED, 
IVORYTYPES, CARTES DE VISITE, 

AMBROTYPES, MELAINOTYPES, 

CRAYON AND SOLAR PICTURES, 

PORTRAITS IN OIL, WATER COLORS, 

AND INDIA INK. 






BOTANIC MEDICINES 
MEDICAL DISPENSARY, 
Dr. J. L.~DUNYON 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 



,: 



MERCHANDIZE, 



LOW PRISES. 



©cncral Notices. 



T "';;.:,".> 



DENTISTBV. 

Dr. \V. II. GROVES, 

SURGEON AND MECHANICAL DENT 



STOYES1 STOVES VI 

R. C. SHARKEY, 

(Onpoeile (he laic lPm. Nixon's Store,) 

NEW ERA, CHARTER OAK, AND 
PREMIUM COOKING-STOVES; 



NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 

fffH! — f 

LARSEN & MAGLEBY, 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



WANTED, 

THIS COMING FALL AND WINTER, 
ANY aUANTITY OF 

GOOD HIDES, 

mebcTaTdise. , 

W&I. JENNINGS. 



TO ARRIVE! 

WALKER BROS.' 



C^OOD 



? ? 



400 Packages of Hickories and Checks 

60 Cooking Stoves, Small and Large, 

New Designs. 

5000 lbs. Sheet Iron, Light and Heavy. 

TIN PLiTE, HOLLOW-WARE AND 

TIN-WARE. 
15,000 lbs. Sugar and Coffee. 
6000 lbs. of Teas, fine quality, Hyson, 
Gunpowder, &c. 

BUOWN SKEETYNG, 

Denims, Cottonadcs and Drillings. 
700 Doz. White Granite Cup3, Saucers 
and Plates. 

FANCY SHIRTING, 

jol Bookt, Slates and Letter • Paper. 

5000 lbs. of Tobacco, Sweet and Natural 
Leaf. 



Indigo, ' Glaaa, 

Scythea, Shovels, etc. etc 

GOODS Of EVERY DESCRIPTION. 



SOMETHING ELSE TO ] 



THE DESERET M'E'W-S. 



[November 5, 18,52. 






under consideration. Theresoh 



lolution proposed 



WANTED IMMEDIATELY, 

6000 lbs. CHOICE BUTTER, 
17-lf By WALKER BROTHERS. 



CSZVKffiS 



of Representatives, on Oft. lst, ft , „ 



ia rn.i nifcst lli;i!-, uYtiparing of 



BV."S.»=° 



^""ttonaRaln."'"'; si'"'"'.!, d .be"!' ml. J''i'i,'"'".'i,'''.'.iei';"' ImL'er.t ' A « 

' ^o! mTlltoei, fin [..r'i'h" hllll'!' V'l'l' -' "'i"u,.,"u', iTm's'lnl'm- I — - 

Confederate Mates, bpimI uf ^lu.hiioiJ: i„: ninas. .Mcb.n X'^ 'k 

death, tlie Stales or tins I'm,!. iI.i.k v have enacted n.ii-v 



I'n-B limit shall i] 
or pardon uncolldit 



, dan J LI,.' -J I ii.iv in 'S,.pi..,,ioi.r, IMiJ, -J™™^ 

line to emancipate Ibe slaves of tbis 

leracy from and alter the 1st day of 1|<H. \s- in n., 

V, Im.:i, snail re lam m.r.vo e,l, all l' 1 ''' ?"',".'' 

•J uulm, ,be "nnl'.onl'lirConl'edeVac" C 



>.ily report, accompanied by the be d[ J' lni 
olntion: |„,, tAmfeile, 

lveJ, A.P., That from this il,iy iininuiiiiiii; b 
i of civili/.ei) wa:fare slionM be ini; about the 



V 1 ;.:'; , :,:r; , ,;i!'cc d :: a .b. u 1 ! f, 



DOINGS IN THE CONFEDERATE CO.V- 
GRE33 IN RELAIION TO PRESIDENT 
LINCOLN'S EMANCIPATION PROCLA- 
MATION. I Coiifed 



inn tin C.niiini:tee on the Jud 
as referred the resolutions 
ini-nln'Minani i|i.U'iun niuela. 
te following hill i— 



henceforth be wa 



.e'aof these, are i.ii.iiijulv cx^u!.-,! !-y being hung by t 



WT^^'^J:: 



e prosecution i-f ttie 



i by the apprehenaio 



Nero Qlducrtisnnents. 



STRAYED OS STOLES'. 
FOUR MULES. 



,J ¥ B»« 



ii lnn„;-i:, ':>,-■, i i'.aL-iii,| tlm l.n.i, |,|„i,,lin- ihall I,,, i 



■ laves b 

I,, lanii'.i 



Tbfciec'io'urt.n 


lih-lia.l.sl 




iroclanialn.n isi 
















auiil,,.,.!.,,, 1 , 



REMOVAL OF BUSINESS. 












CT..: :,"::.., 



FASHION AND ECONOMY. 



CLOTH MANUFACTORY, 

GEORQE BONELEI, 19th Ward. 
WIS. S'^'l^'ZT,,': "",»?" ""! 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



TRUTH AND LIBERT? 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, mt 



VOL. III. 



!Vt\ii ,r ii 1 ,,',,',,! 1 m.,'„ 1" 7 i'\ r i '' , ' ' ! ', *',', , 

lion tbc Gospel odors lo in, wind, 'f we surely can bear a litllc wi'll theinlimn 
»'< '»E'™l '>'il! I,,- 1,,.,,,,-ht , ; ,, .,, I us ,,„,,„ 1 .,.„,.,„., „„.;,,„„,,„,,.,„,„;. 



'hers, slnll ]..iy to I .Hector of |„i,rn.il 

■.,'.i..aw, ., in Ms. !,.,,;!,, monthly. ..,,,„„. 



mercy of the Lord he lias ».l l..,n, lu. ,-r 
vanto to proclaim this Gospel to all nations 
What for? To injure them? No; but to bice 

bandB. He has Bent forth Joseph, and Hy- 

nnn, ami ill ighain, a n.l Hebet, ami .1 -de.haii, 
anil Willard, and Daniel, Aid tbe Twelve 
Apostles and the other authorities of the Holy 

earth. The communication has been opened 
up between the heavens and tbe earth. He 

ing, "FeBr God and R ive glory to him," for 
the hour of his judgment has come." It 
m™ b for n |nM° C '' a eTrs J -it h" b" M b> ' "'"''"' 

end in a coming day the peojlewijl be'judgcd 
by 11, because it has been sent forth by the 



and hell to overcome, overthrow ami ,lesi,,, 

"'•" l: V dealing i - lord of ho-te, who i 

mighty to save, and by cleaving to those hoi 
principles of life and power wind. In- has r. 

vealed. The more the floods of .hi.juily surg 
up against us the closer let us cling to thou 
principles, for they will bear us off victor! 

and 111 the worlds to come. The'same princi 
Ties have exalted our fatber'and our God to bi 
present state of glory and power, and the 

Spies* whkh 'have' been rwiSe'd '"Si lat'te 



'nclur.-B: 1'r ovi.l.-.l, I li.it win 
S£5SkrW 



ir in heaven. They h 
! after the re?°ee"of 1 



Hi- Ci.-I .11 of on, eouniiv, ai.l d.-s- 

iclion will !„■ Ilin to:,,,, ih-faili.-i: 

M 'i h'i i , " ,! 



meet un.,1.1 I- 11,.. penalty of the 
sion of principles and ri.-IHs-, but ll.-y do u. 
live und-r and enjoy the blessings of the Con 
sUlution winch we lite under. Yet even i 
this free country some have Bought to depriv 
us of the free enjoyment „! II,, ,,„.-, 1,-g, 
granted uiilo ub in the C.nililul ■ ... 

ty for so doing. For lh.-y t.au.'j.l,'. uii.lei I... 
'lie Conatiiiition that grants to them the. 



> God a, d our holy rehghm lies' in- ,1, hum 

, Strength, and if we remain failhfiil we shall 
.me oil t.clonons. and walk mule, oui i.el 
eery pi i hoi pie ihat is calculated to destroy, 
nd rear the standard of tun I, ...ml righteous- 
eBB in the world in spite of hell and all thi 
ostB thereof. Let us be encouraged, and gt 

eadilvi ill,.- p.rfoi ce ol 'on. dalles 

ultivating the earth ,-r.i l.rir ,: i g i,..,„ H,. 

in hv'.hp n .In,- on on, ..ten resources with 
hich the Lord has abumlamly bless- d . s. 

l Me*3ta^o^t^ h, o^M«raHl?l£°r! , ! 



ami piinciples. TheBiinreme law 



people '-.ill eh... 
IlBt. All will I 

i., ,!' i 



Hyrum, although t 
long .Mlh us. They are not far away from 
neither is the Loith Bi igh.,in is In re 111 
and U .iii.-l are here, and the Twelve Apost 
of our Lord Jesus Chris! are here, and .he 



will prevail over the fate of the whole earth, 

eel hi ,i, f.1,,-1 Ihc l.l, g.'.olll .e C..I 11,11 In 

eBUblisbed unon tbe esrlh, no more to be pre- 
vailed against 111 

epeaks in anger against it? Tbe truth is all 
the same, no matter who walks it under their 
feet. Tbe eternal principles of sslvation and 
exaltation are tbe Bame, no matter who does 

In trying to injure the truth, and Impede it 






ng tbe righteous. May 



THE EXCISE TAX LAW. 
Sec. C8, And be it further enacted, Th 

ll.l alle, the lu.si ,| r of August, e,g 
umlie.l and sislv-fivo. .fen unlit. 






e„i,sn!cie,l Hi- in il'a. hirer thereof for the 

n„,|,.e.-s of Ihit , el, „,,d for neglect to pay 
siich duties u, lb,,, l,-„ days after deuu , 



ay prescribed by tbe 



".'■'I I" e.-l I-, e,. ,,. 

uid^l?i'u, r i!l.r,' r Tbat in S all t < 



ircd goodB: And providei 
lp'rBMnce a of , corTtra n ctB™ 



See. ,i>. Ami 1... ii. f „ii„., 



,1 BeilC.l. The 

ue, with the 

he TreiiBiirv. 
irfelture and 
premises. It ,',„, ,, 



Revenue, Willi t 

1 .'.'l r„','i,, 



c,'.', , ,| l , , no-n',7,', , „ ) ,i ol\ 1 °.'Vepar"menf.'' 'imrned!! 

madMn'. l i,r ('.u',.'n,".snnm! ,.f" ,',,1,'.',' ,,,,'i ' ",',[ ,'e- 
l.ne hi the c „| |,-e I ,,, „r deputy rullcrlor win. 



herenaeleil.TbatBny 
to comply with, Hie 
eighth section of this 

manner as detailed 



comply 'hull I'm. her make' any party , vio- 
' net using to comply lial.'e lo a fine of 



::::;£ 



utSlS'S..'"^ 






Second. He shall will, in ten ,1a 
| -t day „, each and e.ery i„,,„t 



by the Commissionei ot In 
Revenue. 

Third. All nn. n ri-iuins, „ .1 ,.,..,, I 

.ball l-",V. .'..',.. i.'.'p"', .n.l' 'e- ... .' ' iil 
,-,,!...:. Iron, time to time, by tbe Cor 
louer of internal Revenue. 



.V",' ■'" 









reeks intone n"wsT 
uc°h bcIrHSiJ.il' 

! 'rS'lnl'Se 3 
II be sold, dispoBid c 
.ay be directed by it 



'.•ifb.r&.-ri 



cms per ton: I'lutnh-J, Thai 
I of lease of coal land, ,,,„„ 
day of Ap-i', eight, e„ I, 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[November 12, 1862. 



trial in Hit manure. 
,leandn,h oil, shall 



a „,e, I hundred pounds; forwej 

,„thisj On oxide of ainc, twenty-five cents per one for tbe 



POLITICAL PREACHING CORED. 

The Hartford Time, relates tbe following, 

•l congregational chur.-b, in a neighbori,,, 

■i"n 10 religious questions. Tbe minister 



wblo l.n;.-.l the El i Inollj orinji" h "Kb "-'■■ " ". I"!:',';' 1 ;, "JilJcted" andaia '. 

o ' n^jiS£KS^S 

,','l,"l"'i,'!. l ,, y lw!''.i.' ' : ''( V b,','',V;",lh,'i'bnl,d or other, five perceDtirm ' a»v'l.»"o., l !vl'! 1 .i'!»r;.". '^l!.U.!;'.'b'i'";ran'. '^["\ I':"',', ,','™„,,;"', , ,..'." " 'pSe. "''li 4 ',! 

,„.;,„, ;,„|„,,.,. ad v.. ore,,; I-r.-t... . r, ..,■„,,. „„a s. or ..-.social,..,, p,, ,,„. .,,. .„,„,., ,,,,,, I beli-ye it will be, ob 

,.„,,„,.,,, T.ial „„■ !,„■„„,.,. lias and pa,., -..la nude of, oil,,-,. ,.| ,n.,..o,,s, shall ,. n„„ e, cur,, »ttMV ,.,„, ,;,,, ,,,;,,- l,,r.. ,-h tl.is straggle to a 



»y h Lav i ing'lbE°rrte»l , [,'."1' !w' v. .,'"! ?,V,''.V.;' '',!".' m.i in' i'v .• ui'i"; '1'! , '!''',', , rial'sl'ifit "n'tUis art'otborwiSe "provided "cfr'^a 

S^ltnrTsEl !" , 1 t<.i'' , '':'n'n , ',"l "'!" Vi'o ',','.' ' I,' "l' l.'.'i' l"'.7 : ,!,a,',l, I'j' 'a!e.| '!■'.' . 'h.o'fuEs.'or o"h"wr,e 

■k oil, and alt oilier 1 I for iil.e purpose, a lb.-. birred prepaie I. on « -bieb .1 Jul v or tax shall have 

....1 I r like purposes. 11.. .i.blitu.n.il .l.ilv b-v ill I" ■ -.he duly bee,, paid before tbe same were so dyed 

1'ioiided, That Biich impose I bv 'bis aet. O. steel in ii.:;..i>, la<, p.initd, ble.ac'.r >, manuf ctured, or prep .red 

by Hie drslillalion of al,.-H or ,1 ne no- I. as 11, ,n on. l..-,i'l,oi 11 i he , , , ; d,,- y ., r I a x »l lb roe per centum slia I! 

n 8 anythingi > n'b''is'ae'! | ,'■'.' "nd'oHes's, 'ionr' '.'loll 'rs"pe"r : !,'.i": 'v' "C'"\ ll,'er'.'.,r': " A,'.', I "pi.,i ,' led, I i.'r't he"! That 1 orfaM 



orator agai ,st Hie : ; I old parly 






Willi' Da paper of all 



pose. 

"■' 1; d pepper. ;ro I uinsl.aid, groin, 



ating the duties, uje... {"', „',,,',|', '11,'.' nni.i.Lr .."ended to bis gospel 



old soip and soap o'.h i-.eise provided at any o, her pl.i. t !, an ' lie plae" of in a mil... - , Htl , ( | t ,y tne people 

in. I not above three and iliall e-n's hire, time sln.ll he d-d n de I from the m o s ,\eain, the society pp 
I , ■ iper, 1 I I I v a I I I I 1 , 

sea of sale e.lnally paid, and tbe duty 






•e.l fiuila, undo 









S.mt^^X'or.n^t.r"--; 1 
t>oso produced by Hie refiner, one ce 



ugar candy amUUco.ife. 



■ared for textile or Felt 

iid rough or harness Icvher, p ,,rl t-rirl-y ami split peas;, butter; cheese 
n 1 | J "Vli ,, .":.. , 1 ..'n:A- l l"le.i[bei"'' ' '" " "" 



ii<l; plaster or gyps. 
g purposes, until 



O.i It.Li.-.-.., 1 tvet, H-li. j - 1 p, l-.viM, f..,C nil,' O.i .ill lci-died .■;■ ■■,! [ ..-.I npp.T I...1H1," 

,-h..tt!,_' sip!!.", ti.Mf, .-•-:. .i soi.-ti;n^ tob.tcir.i U.-- par leu (inishinu ->r curr yinu such leatht 
p t'|-.ar..-.l Willi all *h«- tt,-iin in, or nude .-x- nu' pre. i"it->lv Is s-d in the run- li, e.\cc pt ca 
r.mivr.'ly i,f bit- ni«.) valued it itio.-c than t-hiri , hkim,, diic c-.iit per pound j 

ri'tts pur pound, lili.--.Ti cents par pound;: On !>■ nd ;md on' r k-iUii' -, r.rif eei^ per ponti. 
v. !■!.■. !..: .[.T-n:, ,,</. > w -, ,itn; Ibtfl) c.-rsl.v (.):i oii.i 1 I".'' I.HT , t"r. c in. lb p.T pound; 

(i.i imoking tobacco r ■;■■- i ... i, ,'i n,„ ,...';. , ( !.', ..n,.;., i. \, ,,,;.. ,„, , ., ■.,„!, 
.e.Mn. in, fi/« cents p-M- pou.td; On tanned calf skina, six cents each; 

O.i fiiiokir^ to'h.oo mijd exclusively of On morocco, goat, kid, or sheep ekin 

On 'n. .d" miinii'.K-l.ir-.l ,.'[■' loba/ru, (•r..ui..: , .-nh,:,,' ,-,d t al.u .in: 1'nn t .>t! T Hi .1 ih.-pri. 
U.i ri-Ara, val-i-d .U nf.Uvor fiv( dollars p.-r On l.orso and hog e'kina tanned and dreoae 



alf skins, five p< 






twenty aollui per thousand, two d 
fcfiy wnta p»r tbousandj 



.in- "of this act: Provided 
In th. provisions of tbii act 

lucust, eighteen hundred a.i 
Vroratbe place ol uianufac 



Bravv wallets! 
Turk over! 
lUtire!-[Vanlty Fair. 






HOW TO RESTORE I'EACE. 
Gen. Curtis, in a letter to some of 



ng peace and prosperity to our once happy 

""""have campaigned through three of tb» 

10-called Confederate States, and express to 
you ray observations and eoneiei ions. The 

.•laphM ,1. iiu.r ■ pdi-o ,1 hue, „„ iviii.Ji io 

I, il I r , | , 11 |r I U eu 

'••W°"hAvT embaTke" hTa^'eath struggle, 



."nLonni'i'nV 



I'n'.'i' !',' "n'lt" or"..''! "i',!.'.'.'a"'|.''!. S ","i 

0,. gun'poxJer.aoxi all explosive substances Oa furs or all d.'.crip'ions, when made n| 
uel tor Biirdns, blastii.-, arlilltrv, or spc il- or i.iani.r.lttiire.1. three per centra ad valorem 
y£ purpo.es, wh.u valn.d at . yiiteen e.o.la O.i c , olb an I ad t. Ktile or kr.itle.l or felte 
»er p, lint or l..», live mill, ,, r pound, when'labrcs of eolton, wool, or other materials 
rained a il.o-.e ,,,>.■,.„ ,,,|, p ef p u .,!.. berore tbe same baa been dyed, priotec 
uiJ uot exceeding thirty cent! per pouad. one bleached, or prepared in any other manner, 
tent per pound; and when valued at above duty of three per cen'nui ad valorem: Provided 
j^irty cents ( cr pound, six ccuta per pound; iTbat thread or yam manufactured and so] 



The interrogator 
"My Go'dl" 



lUtle heaven up here, don't you, 

eB, Sir, I should if I hadn't seen tbe- 
his head out of the window!" 



Married persons tarrying with us over nigbt. 
rt respectfully notified that each sexwili o«- 
upy separate sleeping apartments while lh*T 



Novimdhk 12, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NE' 



liCcence of this 



H.ilf the lives otitic 



' 2 'FH 1 ; i ; i ^ ; '/! :; uV''»' 

bordering upon it, nhleh Joii not eont 

auVb.is'.'a.i.uii.'.i '., A"~.''ii''|,i,i,-.-, i 

I - . J ■ ET cni.lor., r. 3 llighls of slops, 

Sren.ling, Wit it. blanching Oil into 

b„a,l, „( ill" .-..HI,, Willi here and Hi 
ruches (or collins. caned su.1 d.coralo-.ldiv 
l„r 11) toe, «.!,.! beautiful tjblea r.iiin 

«lo.,gth.- wall, hiclitoa.rana-e.hcwi, 

fruits and Hands. J.i ighed lo coi.it..! I ini.l 
liiliir.it. II,, worshipper of Isis HI.J O-iiis. 



■ and energy. The tan 



ftom fifteen to eigbK 
|b!tj/al™»PP"°n'ly 



^,tr^ct»^.:;;lo^;:V;r l : , ::;; l .:;' l ,; l !i l t^^^e pi : 

i'p,rr S e.;mbf, h „/,bo:e":;''„ tT\± Tit 1^%ZIV£ 

'r:;;: t :;:,i_,i;v: -,:;/,; ^z;xX'» 



liNi.-.iill' •»'.•' discovered l 



baclcof lnynect— io'ii c.l.lV'. i.iu.ii.v i.. I. -i- u< i',o.,tli their ai mnitn- 

... I: i|.-r Li l'ci ..'i',..". -i..H. I 'ii,.'.'"lb.. r-.-.i- Hi- ...|'...| .,;v, . vo'l'. 'tl, . ,,',. ' '' Th . . v r at 



tiglihu ... Il.r„..l oo its da/sling 






ey would probably!' 



may be tolera ly ..ran. Ih.-y .lie I.,iinli. 

in... 1 ... Ho Ibe present occ. 

■ oi oor 111 t 111 l.y II 



liesitahiiely 111 it Ibey could 



up l.y :i. ■ 
pile: „,.., 



i. led tbiil on, cuides might possib. 

e a dssign upon oo. In. a, a., Ibej of, 
p.T.-.l to.,ah,-i an. I lando-d. Oat rid, 



nor obelisk, nor wall nor gateway aiynho 
really model, id in. and, he ng roused to ange 



light. Leaving my eor..p..iiioi,3 lo wink the r 

vanced, with more than my wonte.l caution, 
into the cavern. Nor was caution at all un- 
necessary, for 1 bad not proceeded many yards 
before a large square mummy pit yawned be- 



"iVt'ltutiiia sercnty P or eighty 



otnethiug iag it, „.rni,M„|„. ie.wh,:,. its lace was re- I. 

,nes, ami ,.,-esenleJ by a paii I. «l rare beauty. I. 

..",'!'' t ml h''","i 'I'" ''!'•':"' ]■'"■ ! !'"l ''',''"' "'."'.""it 

~s..i <iy ..r foiined and . Ji.ned. i".f v.hi.-'l, ' we 'l ohl'-d 

or "o-'hi-r eii'Mu'l'.'.'-ri'i', ',■'',! I i'i '■■' l!,.''i'l"'i pi!" 7 h 

lll.ll.Ied, ITU.- la'lll'l'o.., ..',.,., |,i',,Lehly 1 l'l life l.y - 



that lb,- Kgypli 

Where the ,,,y»l 

angely iningi.-J, 



>>'«<■- ■' 



;".'. -i'i.'i'," , , ',"„ 1 - L r .""„ ■'';*' "!"''; " 

Btolira d and y at lenTb f ""no. ' b't Uio'''™"''"! 

• let. 1 reach, d it, lo he utiiy tile' laee of 
large square pillar. designed to support lb 
weight of the superincumbent mountain. O 

alie.v |ti in at I In. j.illar I sat down t 

consul.-, what was next to be done. If I sa 
there till morning, the return! i gduv would mi 
improve my condition. T,„- atones wl.iel 



it,.' I|.p-d will. 

1 lay a w ,'. 



"ivilVucbw'io"""'' 1 "'"'' t '? ard d 



t mysell and pre 






,J ,■<_>. ),,.[, 111.- 1.1 






L.'Vi'tisus we find groups of 






,tor r rns re o S n"the'' E-ZyptianTa'aV™ ,.d '^ " 



alter .,.,-1,1,1 ,: and I.,,, .,,,| n- |,,, ii,,i„y i 
wlneli we iii.ti.eil a mum my |ul . 1, 1 1 e,l , 



ole into the i eighlmrin - touih; i, 
ended fear of ghouls and ef.it., olhe 
a explain Ihe ground of their appre 



ng, and dropped among 



s light afforded by our tap! 



I.l ha, .11, h 


BUI passed! 


'r- l .."r l: , , "'V,"'',' 


u.nTths atn 


col all e„l 


a,,,,,,;, ,,„p 

....■:!..,i:T 



lonhl not avoid in.piirnig for her liuiihaial. 



•■Well, well, Miirgarei,,!,,,.-!. he 



Sr.i.-i.i PHitAs.i.-Theu.cofsl.ng so pr. 

■•h-l.i a' g 'he b.lf-e.l,,. -if-.l and la.l p. 

"■"« '■loeth- malt,' and be less -i.,l,,l„ 

n.' -I",, in.y lot your head on thai.' Vo 

ay g Mighluall, > , U .- a ,„» rli,o.-,h ■;• vo 

n y 'spin street yam' at Ihe rale of •., 



' i ' ! / \ ' I r ' L 

Hid ,„„,!, „„1,1 -e.a.ho, to hi,,,/ 1 he s !,o,.'J 



Tanop.-A »w target 






world. Under the imp, 



TUB DESKJET NEW! 



[November 12, 1862. 



^•s.*.^V-Vi'i/7V/yOO-> r.v l.ill.-l *..-! !-n wounded. Pleasanton 

^r\c<?ci*rf f) --. «... „- »..ir 



"THAT CAT.' 



IL1M 9MITH....BDIT0E AND FOBLISHKB. .'^ ^ ^ ^ 

We(Jiiesdaj.....Scv*mbcr 12, 1862. "^'noni™ 

PROGRESS OF THE WAR. SIimWmII 

Tin great battle which 



detached by Gen. Hei 
g force froui Alexandi 
of tbe Potomac was pu, 



.urrlit, aft.r el safely to Ale: 



SEVENTIES' HALL LECTURES. 
Dn Friday evening. President Joseph Young 



- ! world that, to some, it might 



I which had come under I 
ingel to Joseph Smith a 
em, the coming forth of t 



upon us, Oliver Co. 



aid- ..I wlii.-h,. 



I Ridge, 



; through tbe Te, 
'acquainted with 
jii.lic.d" agains' 



cClellan's army, and porl 



er and aston- The lecturer next .poloe with sole 
i proud of the pbasis of the burning rage of sectarian 
rd to the fu- who rose up in opposition to the tri 



r fellow-citi-zens shall not suffer in different pans of MisB 
'oily of tbe thoughtless mischief | massacres at Haun'a Mil 
bout our protest biing heard and ' be was present. 



^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'^S^t^ts^s^^. 



c,l Geiici.il M.-Clellaii. II 
id that Gen. JJumBide's t 
ancc, lollowed by Gen. Por 



:ai,dl.,ud wjsinvilcdtu address the audiei 
ouraging manner. 
SOMETHING NEW IN DESERET. 



, will l.e received by the ma! 



thrown through the window accidentia. We j ™ 
and cruelty of it, point to the class of persons | ^ 



INFORM U'lON WANTED. 



ing out the guilty party i 



, for J named Marquis De La Faj 
»« Young. 



. h l...!,d Ihr-n, ,ter |-..rt ! "'' '','"■ 



SENATOR MILTON S. LATHAM 
This distinguished Representative of ( 



Tbe City I 



maad, no other treops. having been seen; 

contest the occupancy of the Shenandoah v 
ley and fight General McClellan on a field 



«jl llilt-fieuL Ihe F i 



with whom we have bo recently met with 
from Cache is Major, or perhaps more pro- 
'"f I perly, Judge Blair, of Logan, who seems much 
b ~i attached to that Valley, and will no doubt so 
Preamble aVd Ues 1 , ' he a frontier count, 

be hospitalitie. of lh, 01, > " ! lt "' ■"'"">' ° D , c9e;e '- , Tho Ma J° r "T 
i among us. The s „ „ , "', ' ,' " t« improvements 

by Councillors Little, Felt ] 



llie Co„i 



irom Ibis cily to L.oga 

i Cache might easily furnish 1 



Itban any others in D.eseret. 



The citizens of 



b, the Jordan Irrigating. 

f things are as stated, which 
earliest attentim of the offi- 



the Company. Cor 



of Ex-Governor Young i 
as per his announcement 

riding to take stock and 



up to the office at o, 
as fast ..required "do 



November 12, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



THE MARCH OF COLONEL CONNOR'S 

COMMAND 1(1 AND THROUGH SALT 
LAKE CITY. 



'""" '"' i . him to hove an ! 

; Col. Connor's com- S.OUO well-drilled a„,l cITec'ive nun, 
i ilie day the command Hut iinli'r, one ol .,ii.illlll_an.l admill 



akfaat dnrin S P °the whole march was Con°n"or'an"d <uS"c."vaVry° brass 'band; CoL 

awed away in a more eool, nonclul.Mii. A ..ml ,M of .',1 1'n.iiv.r. V ; Light iUlte.y; 

'e', and. doubtless, each man's oou- Si .■ il, I .....p i n v u.uri , r musters and CommiB- 

d l, !iic",! l ,™V'o.;;;' r ",'i' ''.ru"'!.-..'!'''''' ','',"! i",;',." 1 ,', ; !;"' "~' 1 "' 1 " f '"''"'TaS" 

'■"■il.. I 11J...1 .. 1,,-, .. ili. il'v eiiea:,...! ill Hie column innicbol slowly and eletulilv into 

; bis revolvers and pi.,,,,,,.. „„|, hi, 'lie slr.-et wl.icli ivim.ntlie overland 'alar;.'. 

g child. In BOine ,1 :,„„„ were , il lotweon the line trees, Iho sidewalks 



Jobdan 'pnrNGS IT T ) ! i , ii, l> h I " I 1 



mlnrlable resi.lences, to Emtgra- 

, the thealro and of 

were passed, when, 

i city, 1 should think, 

principal thoroughfai 






h llaitnggiven you the prevalent opinion! of V ' I I , I II I , l' ' 

.,,,. ii; , i: l ..,..„ ott h e J ohV I II 1 1 r I 1 1 

no.leril apostles; I,,,. ,.l , ,„• lie are more - , il" ,,..■. n, i.t.'ol I he i i..,,..', < en! ,"..,," n -.a. Al a., !. ', ,11, >„,'"' l. "it. id. 'n lu M ,'.- 'ii'i.l.' hoi'! 'i,,',',,, 1 !,,.'"" loni'',.!.,,,'.' I,,' |"|,,', 

" ;, ; i ' l.-lin'h- a.-..i a ■'■ ..['said S.,1 l.il,, ,,.|, .,, .. Il ,.„. ^ Wh-„ |'|.,,,l, aft,,' !■-'■! h.-i a 1 1 a n .. n ; ; I... a i.,!,[e kniver, si a II, an id -" V.iu are comiiirr, are yc,,i'."_l„ 

1 III I II I i ill tier 'ters in Cn | 1 I II I l'"e "Vs*™. 

' I ' ' 

I d Jordan, l.y the agents ol' own. .. ,., , ,- purchase | ma, a, ha ,li.[ , . ., L | y !,, cm,, dl.-y ,,,,,1,1 ,,. 

I I 11 I 1 see ir I 1 ....; I 1 „. „.,,a .a- A s, r..,,g r.., . .. „i i , | I I 



t Salt Lake, would fo 



At the it .'...oa a in, !',. ii.ec tho..a||,' Hi hi inand and the a 



aierhl. The tact Hut Ihe eai 

' the'incntli'il'., I,';hl, w ', 

mid picseiilly passed that i 



It, II I I | 1 I I I, I II 

I hy.^ohiiaini's eoinn, an din la.aaat wlut the idea Hut we really would not winl or a l ii g Ihe .piuulh y and kind of am 



am! Hut he designed lo occupy Some I -.a hty and so ! .aoroiii. Il ly h 
I I II I I , 

would b call 1 | Hie ..„',, '•!,, I | h [ !he C 'ci 

Danites— betler known perhaps a- the Ilea- principal owner of 

r i I r | I II i c 



,|„est.oii 
When through, the Lici 



The reply was, "Not to-day; 
'.-^ 'it£'ii nal^^aJglwS 



as they drove by, were heartily 
.'.....'il ii'.'l'u',"', "judges Wait'c and 



.1 with Alo.'InoiiTuirious tirTioiv 



,- right, in fr< 
tier giving- tl 



News, No. 17. 



tro.luce.l by Col. Cot 
■I, standing in 1,1a b„, 



1 !»'•' try aal.it, ly die 



uii.thebel he, ii 2 niiiakea. F.„- been p, led 1 y pan! ; but u, about Ihe t me ' pteictol .. ., .. u' ,,.„ could ha' 
Liaiple c-eiiip riiinor, hal icHa'.le th.. t 1 1 would la k e to le I, ■:...■., pi, „ i a i ,'„,., I 1 „ all ncre glad that no i 
Hut ling'iam Voaiu „,„il,|, S.il Late, 11,,. eect,.,,,,,,. ,..,.,,, 1 1„ „„,. I,.- the • .' for, a .. lie lo a rt il v ,le 



ices, or how much i'l,,' ..oi'l. , ,. ida'dao, lii'ii .- '„',,."„', '.■.•!' «'" uV'y'h' 1 , pa display of 

lora T ofTlT ' ' 'c% c'rcuEi. 



!"■•' I'' I". "i a .,- al la, Ply i',',,1 .1.'..'.! 'lint, in o'.'.im'p. ,, ",„.■! .i'- - '. g ,'• d"l ,'. 1 1 '. " ,'l i la.', 

' 



pitched upor 
... no mice can get to ,r, without a tai 

IP; u, ah,.,,,, ,1, „ ciery prep.ii.it „.,, |,„ K ,< 
'llll i , I ,,, I, r , 



spring busily engaged ii 

d the embodied 'and' hi 
of Ihe regiment'from pa 



,e Colonel has a habit of keeping hi 9 i.oou she '..-anal, kicked, plunged," but 



aughter, whom the firs 



. .1 I C I I. 1, 



;;',!■;, I: 



.- purpose of paa ,,g Ihrotigl, Hie u ell-bnill 
■tropidiaol Ihe a, Siiuls. There waa 



PREPAYMENT OF LETTFR POSTAGE 



d I.e." llut'i uiiily wast, c'.alify.iig 

saiiianc, [hough nol mildly expressed. 
Tuia ,„ mug, M.. inlay, we res. mod tl, 



miles of the Temple, w< 

'ivi > c«\eceiv('d' P o 0a o C ii' 
ople and 



;_ march on United States terrir" y irbT I I w'.i.' I II <h .' | ". " t'" lastly outnumber 'a 

.he"' uia.ch, her , , , , ",.',! ,,,! f ' , ,, ,' '!, '], . .','. I,,',... ' .-a, ' ',',\'' a f , .,', ...I ,i •• i 1. i.i | 



, we did 



(vlniajoiu o,hJ. friends, would swarm forth by 



Lutr Cm , t) :,.h.-r '.'", 



ss.pp i steamers lapped guard-, burned tar, 
in.', c.a.ri.'.l the engineer as „ weight on the 
lafcty vaKe.^We.had^generaliy BupDOTjei, 



prctly etrapped rn kiisparcl uder 111" the circiirnataiicesi pta.i, visa a 



of the United Slat 



ew style 
;;_" "held tor 

The folic 



Anus I'r.un. iM.ro.lilI, Village, N, Ik; 

V.. II.' 11.1,'cll', ,'.,llo'|..,'r,.l ; ' 

Mrs. Marv E. 1) in.ee, Throopavllle, N. Y.y 
E, D. II nd, Peoria, Ills.; 
Thenar Gael,.!,, 1'uH Hea.noiuea, IoW.l : 
John Walker, lone City, , 



try ft. WilBOO, New I'li.la.lelphia , 
I Mi L. Deighan, MansOelJ, O.'lio^ 



0. J Taylor, Kayayillcj 

Tiioa. Ilouhler, Dg.le,.; 
Jew,!, il, Anderson, H.i r.ld.-, 
J. U, 'Thompson, Trail Cr 



ulger, Alvarado, Cal. 

Fru: or PAPEns.— The San 

.t cil'y n °r"ce C n.ly a 6l/o° lh*S 



' prepared steaming breakli 



„l,„, ,-i|.'i,,,i price. Some people know tbft 



the coluraA formed aa, fore they- r 



THE DE8ERET NEWS. 



Ilk. that [THE REBEL CONGRESS IN FAVOR 
'B'y | THE FREE NAVIGATION OF THE 
MISSISSIPPI. 




[November 12, 1863. 



ABSTRACT 

-r„l., for the tnonU of 
G. S. L. City, Utah, by W. 



Tbermorceter atta 


bed. 


S3 | 64 


|— 6i— 


Thermometer in op 


~ 'h^r- 


46 | 00 


49 


Dry Bull). 


SO | 65 


p.m. 
| "63 


Wet Bulb. 




7 a.m. 1 2 p.m. 


| 9 p.m. 


4* 1 00 


| 06 


Highest ami low, st ran;; , 


r Thermometer 



, ' ' / , , u", tC Moo„Uiir H "me" ?n De".- 

h we ara engaged to an early termina- ' "'• 



FERMENTED BONES Full MANURE 
Among Ibe various methods of pulverizing 



,etively refresh- Engla 



ryby Piof. S. W. Jo 



^SKSta 



'',1'" "„"\" y .'"" 

i-,,'l!i'n,;.|v s | -rfo..!ly iui'ly • 



'■■■ ' •■b'-'"iVa ;f;;'™";' , ^i*,cliV«*"< l 'i«"'"" 



b^u'aml^aV'Ulnw'lit'c^m'b'",'™'^ *' ' ^''T' ^^7™ 7»n"m\o moUtln 



r- "_- 11 .'.j ir ,'".'■ i 'uim'.i. .!..'-"*.=. "^. ' * ' . <-'«"', J , , .*.' a . . . i ; , l !; , 1 ;,,''r; > !!;.''!'." v ', r , , vV''i'r ; '.7. "' 

'■ ! "- ' ' "' '' . " ' . ' ,!B ( ".'" |-l."-.->;->. "'- "1 lime'iii 'i fiin-lt 



Min. 33° 

.' 'Hi.. „■',.. 



1 II,. y .ue »• ,v<L-ii,:, 

.„;:,,' i,,!,,,. i,,:iv i„ ii, ,„- 



-[Mai 



raCB.sc Ev,-r.,;,.:rA-,.-A par-lener , 
i r,-..l,l\ ■ ami ll,e N.HIi- l-.mrli.li fouiial, 1 . f.-r r 11.1' lo prmiiNS 
green., whether hedge, or, itherwise .give 



,-,,,-.: in.-, iv.lUliuvHj be.l < 



ot Been heretofore eubjectcd toanytbmg Ii 



nav.gilion ot II.,- HI s.ippi 

C-ii;i"' •>( Ihe'se States iSngag 
II V ii.Ji'i,"! 'In' id-a by «"" k...,.M, 

i"." !■•■'■ 1-iri -lit yt y-j.ir C,nii,„'iit 

el ilia' the l-'us 0,1 this ^,,!,..'.:t 

,.„„.,.» t, n»l among Ihe people „r 
groBB misappn 

f 'ihe cjli'fed^'.it'e "Slat, ' 

ESnT^ ! 



■2 A M. cl' .II': j'-i-:. t-l-i-'iv -.fid u:;.-U' 

X t'l.-ar and cool. 

7. (' ly nil evening, then dear. 



H«y and windy. 



ntiona 3 



1, lb l,.:,v:,:,t>i,-, I, -Hi in geogra plural a,, 

'."/""V..- 1 .",":: .';,".-* l , .v:^ , !':;i' ',,",1% !;",';"«i,' : ,", 

1 I 'be .""ntMlly ..Tea'atiou 

,t_. rir.-r's '„, hern, [it- ,.1 II,- ,W;1, .v,-si er 
aujll,.:r.>a t -hi-,s 3 t„ those of tbe Conted, 
,te States ot Aioenea. It is grdtifyii.g t 

P uO C l°c e meu a ii, e'fverlS'ot" tb 



VZ r :;\:i.z 



Ai^. B £S?AStV..K7J 



MB tbu, far been kept I n progress . 

It is rising of tbe tUJ. 



'good vinegar. 



NOTICE. 



THE DESBKET NEW 



©cncrcil Notices 



W. F. ANDERSON, M.D., 



F'f!WK 



(general Notices. 



\V"ll 



©encral Notices. 

WOOL CARDING. 



20th WARD WEAVING FACTOR?. 






ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 



SIGN OP TH3 GOLDEN BOOTS, 



C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



CITY ACADEMY. 






©eucral Notices. 

THE EYES! THE EYES! 



DENTISTBY. 

Dr. W. II. GROVES, 



T'-V 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS ! 



FIFTEENTH WARD TIN SHOP, 
CHARLES"!?. JONES, 






TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. 



F1NDLAY & MARTIN'! 



PASTE BLACKING 

FIRST PRIZE MATCHES! 



ITS- Wc i.»,if «o Mateha oc 



II. L. RAYMOND, 



NORTHERN MAIL. 



(JBEAT UBlCCMIiMS 

CASH BUYERS. 

KIMBALL &~~ LAWRENCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 
LOW PRICES. 






MRS. E. G. READ, 
MILLINER AND DRESS-MAKER, 



STOVESl STOVES U 

R. C. SHARKEY, 

(0;,poiilc lit laic Il'm. Ntan'i Slort,) 

NEW EIIA, CHARTER OAK, AND. 
l'H i: !H 1 1 M COOKING-STOVES; 



NEW ESTABLISHMEKT. 



■Hfll 



C1IANICAL BUSINESSES, &c, 

To Comnunce 13H Stptimotr. 

E. L. T. HARRISON, Teacher. 



SAVAGE & OTTINOER 



PHOTOGRAPHS, PLAIN AND COLORED, 
IVORVTYPES, CARTES DE VISITE, 

AMBROTYPES, MELAINOTYPES, 

CRAYON AND SOLAR PICTURES, 

PORTRAITS IN OIL, WATER COLORS, 

AND INDIA INK. 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 
MEMCAl JMSPENSARY, 

Dr. J. L.~DUNYOIV 

vv , i^r;!;:i:.:^::r:.. , ,".i h iKS&ss 



CLOTH M A N U F A C T R Y,!»"» 

j wl 

GEORGE BONELLI, 19ih Ward. ""■„" 



LAKSliN & MA.GLEBY, 

CABINETMAKERS, Stc, fcc , 
WEST SIDE Of MAIN STREET, 



TO ARRIVE! 

WALKEUJUOS: 

o'o" O © S II 

Casting of 
1S00 Packages of American aiid Eng- 
lish Prints, New Styles and Pat- 

400 Packages of Hickories and Checks. 

60 Cooking Stoves, Small and Large, 

New Designs. 

5000 lbs. Sheet Iron, Light and Heavy. 

TIN PLATE, UOLLOW-WA11E AKU 

TIN-WAKE. 
15,000 lbs. Sugar and Coffee. 
6000 lbs. of Teas, fine quality, Hyson, 
Gunpowder, &c. 

GUOWH BttEETWK, 

Denime, Cottonades and Drillings. 
700 Doz. White Granite Cups, Saucers, 
and Plates. 

fancy shirting, 

School Baolu, Slain and Letter - Pojtr. 

5000 lbs. of Tobacco, Sweet and NaUrs! 
Leaf. 



(Kr.1 . 

Soap, 

Gunpowder, 
ln4i C o, 
Bcytboa, 

GOODS < 



; PUKK ABUTTERS. 



ERET NEWS, 



[November 12, 1862. 



CALIFORNIA ITEMS. 



2Bth ot October, growing out of 
ling between the "Unfer- 
mentcd Bread Company" and a contractor for 
the delivery of bread of their make in ibe 
city. The peace-brcalcers "ere soon taken 
into custody, numbering some eight or ten 
perBons, and the ferment, produced by the un- 
fermentcd bread manufacturers ai.d venders, 
was thereby, for the lime being, allayed. 

A company of hunters recently returned to 
Sacramento from a hunt of Borne three mon hi 
duration in the Coast range. They reported 
having killed, while out, one hundred and 
fifty-three deer, Ave grizzlies and vast num- 
bers of Bmallcr animals. They also discover- 
ed many quartz leads of gold and Bilver from 
which they expect to realise immense for- 

The Union announces that a Chinaman has 

recently made application for the benefits of 
the insolvent institution of that Slate to be 



even in (he fast State of California, to learn 
(he art and mystery of going through insolv- 
ency. The suit was brought by an attorney 



j> iv his debts in way and n 
insolvent Christians. It i 
C l 1 - h i i ; ( 1 3 will, on being in 



t was subsequently r 



nil, noilimi; could be ascertained by thos 

1 other articles to which they were sever 

V entitled. On (jcin^ requrs'.'d to ..'hli-rhti-r 



prizes wei 



lw« nly thousand didlarB, and which has pro- 
duced large quantities of lumber, annually, 
since its erection in 1852, was recently burned. 



i;it (he liurning was not th 
ent. 
The Pacific Mail SL-a rr, -:]ii T 



attempting the reco 
by the burning of tl 
fort proved ucsnect 



ive" for the purpose c 
.olden Gate. The el 



Company E. Second Cavalry Cal. Volun- 
teers is reported en route from Tehama via 
Benicia for Fort Churchill. The company ie 

leged refusal to obey the orders of the Cap> 
taiD, but the lied Bluff Independent speak* 
of the uniform sobriety and civility of th* 



The books for subscription to Ihe Btoc 
he Central Pacific Railroad Company i 
p.-ned in S.icrainr-nto on Ihe -'M nil., ami 



'I In' n-lifjious papers of Sao Francisco sug- 
est that the fourth Sunday evening of every 
lonth be observed as a season of prayer for 



FROM OREGON. 



g the highest number of v 
ed for In 18GG, when Ihe 
viT«M^n pf-ople on the ma 



, of Sji 



e27th 



follows: "When on the steamer, Col. McKen- 

i'rom "order arms." Captain Gorham, never 
having seen such a way of doing things in the 
book of tactics, at once ordered the Union 



avc been the only thing that trj| 1(T ircd 



quiring all Negroes, Chi 
to pay five dollars per at 



the privilege 
fixing the legal rate of 



An act was passed to previ 
from being sold under execution 
two-thirds of its appraised valut 



limited partnership 
ment of Representat 



•ars longer at 
f President Lin 



The Elections,— The Empire State, atth< 
election on the 4tb, wentstorngly Democratic 
and that party elected their State ticket anc 
a majority of members of Congress and of tbi 
State Legislature. In New Jersey, the elec- 



l,m. 



\l.Ofi 



attts went largely for the R<?|-.n;.-li' r.ns, .: 
Michigan suim-whaf sn. Little Delaware v 
about equally divided, the prepondency be 
on the Democratic side. 
Gone for t 



bs.— Mr. Mendenbal 

wagons loaded with merchandise for the new 
diggings at Grasshopper Creek or Beavei 
Head. Mr. E. C. Stickney, the manager ol 
the telegraph office here, left on Saturday tt 
overtake the train, representing, we believe 
the interest of Mr. Howard Livingston in that 
concern. Mr. Stickney has been much res- 
pected during his residence in the city, ant 
though we,bave no great faith in Bpecnlatioi 
of any kind, we cannot but wish him prosper 
.proved by the trip, h< 
highest desideratum. 






Legislature, in 

:> U>'\\~ imlii.u 



oflh* VnU.-tin 



correspondent, in referrii 



illarricii: 



;to'b=| Nnu 2lt)ucrttsemniis. 



union or «n unpleasant nature. \l:;!'",2- ,'!!"h" ..!"i!.i''r,','l''b!''; 
right or wron- '■"-■ l.T.'ibU -i II,. ■ x.ni. i' ,,.,],,,! , 



PACIFIC RAILEOAD. 



!■ urj\ i^fdiit^ Ciiplair 



^fn ad° *'' a " ° PC ° "' mJ ' ° ffiCC "" GrCat SM l 



i<£~: bi'ltiml turn— a carryall drawn hy ^ Juj y 

ill were the hoi^ellc 1 .! irouiis— a roc];, a ,..''., 

nd a spinning wheel, ,cai»,lr coveied "',' ' 

i copperas colored r. ■„„i,t. rpanc. Behind ,,".',' 

arryall bong lire family ujusl.-pot, ami "Jj"^' 

l ,111,, ,i ,,,„,„, ciy.,,,,.,! i,o long- T 
hound.. who had licked that pot a thou- , nfr ,„_ 



fiiy: 



STEAYED OE STOLEN, 



FOUK MULES. 



tWty on right hip. 






A GOOD FARM FOR SALE. 



rmrc Feat. — On Thursday after- 
oninental Telegraph had its first 


WAKTIiD niMEBIATEir, 


6000 lbs. CHOICE BUTTER, 


and New York— oyer 4,000 miles! 


17-tf By WALKER BROTHERS. 


longest direct telegraph communi- 


105T 






ERIGHAM YOUNG. 



sand. 


ot dollar, .ve 


kly. The manufac 












by 




e Lint Sociel 






1 rge 


uantitiee ar 


e being prod 


efd, bo 


fd 


and tr 


nemitted to 


the Bariitat 


1 Coram 


las 



il Hoosier, capable, in hisTTrn 
>f judging by the ''sight of 'J^ 



S 9 3> V 
B TJ S H E L S 

FOR WHICH THE HIGHEST 

CASH PRICE 

WILL BE PAID AT THE OLD STAND 

ffliifflsoiMce. 

POST OFFICE. 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



HAND L;33?.T 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1SC2. 



VOL. XII. 









lily wealth, giand., 



cmnpreliPtisioM. No man can cuuiprGtjfjjd 
not exist en enemy to God, that tbere never 



the H....9 -f m:i .-till.ly t.r.^rs. 
..- r.Hh-i of cut >...uiv, whirl, ;:rc .-loll, 
, bv :I-My I. -Ii if, '.-!•;■ o ;cn f.T is ;,y r 





Fa 






On 




".!'.. 




ileligbu in hiafiooc 










an™' 


y | e ha'fo 


n™ 


V„'i''" 






















move" 


r ;..n''."i 


!':'■ 


tn'" 






















» 1 
















rail 






























































of tlic 


li.ll.lh 


ant 


Lich 
ot 1 


,e earth are , e „ OT a,,t 








faithful we shall ace 
















1' 
II. 


It is now very difii- 


















: lie ' ■ r . e . ■ 1 1 ' 
















able. 


Let a 


1 wbo call Ibcmselvea .Latter 



■ ■,!!! tlmt t-is ji.'.ijii,- <:<> i,cit v ft fully k 






(;<• I..I.-3..-. Cl-.r 



' r No-'.ii:iv ■:;■! 



manehip of our hands, from 
love beauty wti -llier adorned or i; 



f of Uod. Let 



■-.r.:;f.il :...■,■■*. 9. >.-i; en-., ■ .:■* , -.,oi ..■■.■.■- _;. ,j i- ■ .> . :.- -,:... U- ii.--. ■.' iJ .v. .... -...-: 

ul tliy will bedor.e, O Father." upon bis k,:t.;no:u,' to ..rd-r-t, hi.U i u .v^l.i.nl. 

The earth must be u-.: t c;... -.! and it .....1 .:: , ( * llh j.,.^., ..,-,, ,| w, '. ,.,*■■ e e ho.i i..^l^- 

jal baie dw»lt upon it be brought back miu lurtbuu-ii lur kui " 'Ihera mil 1* Li- tud to 



jpouioiiol Uie earth 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



November 19, 1862. 






Rn'ra'afce tl',""o» n °ry G as fretful 'a. '»"y 



EXCISE TAX LAW. 



visions' iT'i'lies""!'. °I',7,r.'.e.l. T....l' .a 



nd sixty-two, any person or persons owning ever, tram M,ise..vile tr.nUlif.nfl, is desirable; 

■ [..eseesiiig, .:[ lining Hie cure "( manage- an. I i... man — nut even an li.mi.er.ir- tni La 



uanner and form ,.s may la- prei rribed by the and ail dr. nleiels in Biip.r ii.-n^ «^'« -y> '^'l';', ^"'j "';" l " lh ;' 1 ,'."/;. "^ "'uiVeii 'v. re 
imontitur.liinaa uhicl, line. aeiT.i.al ..r .IkuM companies, -ball !,■■ r . it-j .-u r L ... .11 -! |, iv a ua 1 "- lnl ''" " a..' 1 .'/ .',!!".',,,'. J'',-,! - 5 ,:"! .a'.^l 



r-j -'-.uuu: 
...a, ,., si..-,. 



a. I, all Pro. hied, Tliattl.e Col 



S^,n°< 
o"A.'i'snst, 'eig'hte. 
any person or pe 

d or railroads up. 

1 pr..|n.|!ll.a ,,„„,,, 



rli'inlcrcsl ..r coupui e lire pnyaltl 



trie reigns o[ Nicholas, Alexander I, Ca'tho- 

in'that'of Alexander II. by the l.obtlity of th«' 
Empire in open assembly. 

o! the Novgorod' Memorial was accompanied 

either to the nobility or the peasantry, though 

■r'tVin"|..'l'!t]'cal pru'.leg." ,' 11 lnl.'- "lb,'" I.i'n "r 

I will give them Tor nothing the land they 



Ci.ua.l ])iches..s Mane and Olga. proceeded 
by tie M..s, o.v lliilu.v to Solnil/.ki, and 

ticier. c-n.'.l by' the noh'.hiy 0: the Province, 
and to have tilled thc'air with thur 









tared tonal , thirty cents 






ttitered for Bale, f.ve cei.'a 1 I., u. u 'a... .:,..,... .,, ,i.ali t nut ,11.01 



LettcrB from St. Petersburg Inform us tha 
t ,3,1.1 celebraii.l t.el ll,o...-.ii..i:l, 1. Unlay o 
lie liOih alt. 'Ill -re Wete gl.al i.jnc.i.gs a 
.t ivicrsb.ug and Moscow, but tin- chief f.s 

ipoo it mere y as an .igitnn.l z.iiiri.l of tb 



iprci'n'i"" i.V''ll'.i ' Pope'-lli'lt '',', '! ui'aij ',!. 
■a, „, ..1. y the It. nan. ot the ;.,,;..,.„, day 



Ihs founder of St Petersburg was 

ijn'l.r'or' )l,',:".i 11H lineally ,h .",:, -nd. a 
otu Rune, the great Rasau-.\.iriii.in, wt 
l,,„t:„.|i.|...u;,.., ! i...f .Xuegi.rulwe,.. ,1 
.■I..! w 1. 1 i. kindly went over to 11. 

t.-er'i'.'gJ '..! '■:■'•.'■■' sin' As, in S|.He ..f ll 



ed l.y the Moscow Czi 



nulhoiities. The S ,u ire of St. 
-J with troops , f all branches 



St. Petersburg was illuminated in the even- 

t't'lie Grand Opera, the Maria t.',»ai'r°e fit',.'! 
anO P .ra),aud two other theatres. Oct- 
de the K.1,.11, Cl.nicti IhelN.ivgorod monu- 

^i..',V,V(Jl.'i'"w'i'a'''.'»"'to" be°kei,i° a*>' a 

ppeare'd on'sandai ',"1.. / Tt!" ,"s :'','i'-. .' d •", 
;n .11 .1, Monday. 
J be following loiter from St. Petersburg of 

f the festivities winch took plac. there on 
le occasion ot t: e 1.1:11 I: unnnusar) of the 

"A iti'i'n.i nl-iii'il ii-ii'i.". wtil/perfoimc.I 

wgoro.t was oneo.ered in presence of tie 
P-ital family. 11,. theatre. Were opened 
e :o the |ieop c, and at: '!,' public buildini'S 
■ie iliiiu, natc.i. The 11, aprror baraiutued 



I ' I I , u o'ccasicTof'ti 



1»1* afjj oXeacb and ii.iv u aaihtothj; assrot- and-ufitt the d 



■■ [ ;J^\'' '• pay""" fare No 
.«"',"'",' ".,',',,' euacle.1, That on Wt 
y. of July, eighteen Luj.dr.ed eel 



• iVScrTlhe. 8 'r^tTe 

I'l 



'Their Imperial Ma 



leinal una superb. The weather was n, m- 
ilicent. Tbere was a erand religious and 
illitary cereinony. The crowd was im- 



Th.11 Mates!,. 

BUCc'sS.' Till, 



I (.allele:,!! sliual.t I, lit .1 H J ■ " I 



2 d. d niggers a l.e.,1 dale • 



November 19, 1862.] 



THE DESKRET NEWS, 



A knowledge of the most 
whether a scholar or no!. 



TERRIFIC TYPHOON IN CHINA. 



.Beted with natural ph.- < - inplishod Marie Anto i 
and a stranger lo'the XVI. w«. taped by th, 



.ere the influence, sup, r,.t - Trade Report of Aug, 

°ank a.'bXVol!fu"a.°d''a"r I A l .?P ho °.? ° f ° n .P" 

.■.I Mane Antoinette, wife of Lot 



pen in, -.mot ,. , "-,,, .1 , , I v . Im,'. , iniitii,. 

dreadful ravage-, on | ".erlj ami I g lb. 

The eentro passed over Onion .... , Whauip.'.a 



i-.-lhiiigh 
ith a go. 

bus, step bj Btepnewpri 



The Idea of poking np 

without a knowledge of th.. pr- 
inciples, is absurd, and e, II „ I w» )8 



meeultyoffam.li.il, • ,, , V , ,i ,!..,■! , 

with those principles which will enablo us U 
benefit both ourselves and others, and thut 
assist in building up the kingdom of God 
With this view, 1 will treat in a series 01 



gc, Mr. Ro 

;;. ,, ;,,„i , ;,;,;, ;,";,,"' „ ; ;:,,■ ,;,,,'„'.__: "<°<"g> '• w 

wo I.,,., ho never grew old, I really I., low T ^ > ''""""" ' '- ' hl S"" '»= 

' ° Mr Max Wenzler, of the firm of Mann 

iE^h«'Elrb^'a\Hlli?r,l iL 



wXuttct:,;: ^,„td d au1 ^ytf^iK-f T'i^:;™:,'izvx: ;:;; j:;;^::"^^^ 

tllll.oH wlll.Tl Olli:l|l I" I,-" ,, I. .,.,,,, : ,,,.:!,,, -, I. .)..., I I I,,,., 



'a *s himself '"visible' aid whenTan' ' ( 
F,.-d„uc II. of I'nm-ii., from II. .1 .,, r 
: capital by all the gates at tbo same I , 



> of lbs bu- 

Hs 1; H 






present age bids fair that still greater, 

i:,t,,i-,,|, ,1, ■ ami a,.,.,- mp ,,!• in iph 

be brought to light. It is frequently en 
,1 , I that the Hindus had been 



.rmthc Btapleof Sam 

,ve" e ac'cordinB'"t°o° , re 
us by Professor D 



and the mythology thereof. At different! 

liaai'^ollHiu'oMVlmam^oV'Alf^omr 
liin.t I, Prut , m in. N.el.ul r, [lit 



tiiU'a'n'd'the' result 'has generally been th. 

turo contain, it is nothing but a philosophy ol 
fancy rot of reality. Fabulous and extrava. 



!mr[^$SS,\ 



,";f,.'.:. 



SSHi 



Jcrmany, and lately Fran. 

. h..v„ ,l.,:.e much for the at> 



rysnd phyBics, And it 



.I" is'tVtbose 



,::;;'!::; 



:o the impartanoo of studying 

gnorance, superstition and per- 

.' t o"| l .!| i 'lV',',Vo' ! r 1 and I> ro'rm a sno C w 
ink in the' philosophical i 



pin ,o -,. i'ha 
Illy by BOme of the mo 



ed men. No person 



irly illustrated by t 



SSSM* 



'.V'-i '""..",'" 
in, u< mi i 



Ib-ir occupation. »» 
-[New Haven RegiB 



h'-ely'ile'sirn'i','' 



The American ship Cornel was at anchor in 

ll.e out. r Iliad-, laden null a ca-go for New 

[be most sensitive marine hur. meter ' 27 ,legi 
70 sec; the low, r marine barometer 2'J deg. 
We bear that another capt the Load- 



ers (Europeans) ill he. 
drowned. Tiie Bel 
ieces. Nearly all tbecl 



he I. The 1"- of lite in Whainpoj Is -all 

With few exceptions the river 'was clea 

SWepI of all ,1- lloivei b ,..!.-, bong ,la, a,, 

:lo?ng much dainage"".. l'in,"'.sha.'n !■',', Si'i.'.'a.i 

that forty thousand hws bar,, been 1,,-t i 
Canton and Pa vieinilv. The Aland., .in- ar 

jlrcad $ be'c°n »"ht ^ '"""'' $8 '°° h " 
' 'ii'ieV,'.'v'.'.Ui. (iailli.ii.l was killed by a wa' 
of bi^bouse^famng on him.^Tho ruin cause 

by i n b cVntoll it".'Ime o"to blow at 9.30 a.m 

N'£ "Th" wilid'veereif lo S F. ' at V l"., ....' 

| I | I >-t | t 






ey were bn.lt of 
Hie Fin Genii g 



'""' ■"' honored successor of ti 



'"■to.es. ,d I., , „lv II,,..' ple- 

I" my printed "views" .dated In October 

Im I, M.hll ill-,, .dole, I , omtlllotl of 

" la'elv ) happy and -lotion- Union, lo 

'"■ ee'l ,i am e.-lm- 1 , lh„ ' me, 

mi to ...,, thai 1 am guilly of no arro- 
"i h n.t the I'les-hi.l'a field of selcc- 






■ I i I'm 



.se.l by Mr. Crittenden 

j'iatlHS'lav^S'Hro' 
dres^S™^ 

pi ol'.a Id v j',',in'"ll'.o "Montgoin'e"? 

n a nC lcl'manent '"inUon* of' 'It 
ivo thousand troops to protect the 

it the dutieB on fo-eign goods out- 



by< 



Wolfed Dessaix! or a 
) disciplined m, n, estimal 
ins and the loss of a grea 



Willi „l lea-l V.' .I" lldddedlheletO 

i l.,„„., l-Hlceii ,leva»ii,t„,l province,! 
s, but to he held for generations by 

ne*t V oll^"o?'tl'x' l i'w| , .,ei , '!/'e , ,',Ti''h'.'''" I'd" 

"lV. 'sa'yTo'thc' seceded Statss-wayward 



iry truly yours, ' > 
W1NFIELD SCOTT. 



vccordirtg to the Navy Register race. 
disho.l, the aggregate number of vessels 
navy, exclusive of those Bpecially eb 
id, i»:is... with an aggregate of 3,079 g 
I ■■>7...3ii tons. Of this number 62 are il 
dB, 15 entirely completed, and the bala 



The regular force of the Navy, 
iliBted men, is Btated as follows: 
17 in NavyUeparlme.il, at head 



2i pl„|e-.,Ol-l, 31, I lii|,i„-,.. 

agenU, :..l pixife-.-o.s 1,1 Mm N 

' '.'asrVsla'i'.ts,' .'lo '.'h.,',1 a- 
9 in the Marine Corps- 



■jD Fiir. iii.iii i.i.ui.s. 



■fr™M.,3"iB 


After biving failed in 


—[New Haven 
he hieber, very 


the nltimate eubveraion 
ral Seott tbou;ht proper 
ingsuggsstionstoMr.S 
eration of President Lin 
chair of Slate. 

Washing/ 




Dni» Sin: Hoping tba 



pursued by M. PannewU^in ^obtaimng th.s 



';; ;!;:„!::: 



S&txz 



n of President Lincoln on his taking the , orwarJi but nev , r oll tDe rigbt or lttt . He 

of State. would not e,e a legion of angels or devils at 

Washing'on, Msrch 2, 1SG1. Itha distance of ten yaida on toe one side or 



TIIE DESEEET NEWS. 



[November 19, 1862. 






creased from year '» y tar > treated ""> tBlt tne y "n*" war upon me 

een Bafe of late in passing whites to be revenged upon their plunderers, 

ntry unless traveling in large The well-known American ship-builder 

ell provided with the means Donald McKay is anaounced to have recently 

ally believed by those ac- ' visiting the navyyards of England and France, 



us,,,,, l:ll 



EUAS BMITH....EDITOB AHD PUBLISHES. 

Wednesday,....Novtmbcr 19, 1862, 

TIIE ARMY OF TIIE POTOMAC. 



written by p-rsons fullv advised in feelings 
treto, in one of which it is stated t their coi 
sen Gravely Ford and City Bocks , to peace 



if a and inspecting I 

sued t on. are constructing. He 

esert priety of the United State, 



now are, not only the huge rams, for such they a 
aigrants passing that the European fleets. The 
e, but the settlements great ram building by Mr. 
rdering on the country be the only two effective v 



r have been preferred aga 



Connor The 

^TuH bv" 



iry. It is alleged I 



,ey making arrange. 



"Xta". the fur,"/. 


,,;,. ;.,;.;,.. 


.-tie 


■Ih.it tin- Iiul.ans captured ant killed, as act tin in 




,,„„)■ of 




vould probably end the 
On Gen. Burruide's as 
rmy which was repre 
previously moving onwa 




and, the 


an , 1 t * I' r It 


TL1X 




would ,.ot have been captured.' j in Br 



United States' hospita 



of Mexico. There we 



ii.gbi.pla, 

,.| I he Feb- 



tby Gen. Burnside, 
ich when f .right, it 



■'" ■■•' "P°" 'i' .'■> "»^- 

.'id waste a Urge extenl ol 



i important expedition, but whithei 



SEVENTIES' HALL LECTURE 



ccoeded Gen. Lei 
the Confederate a 
d that ho had est: 
Culpepper. Bee 



inmaiid *' shl °' ke|,t a mon " 1 ' 



of the army. Gen. Pope recently i 



Mr. Long delivered 
Popery and the Popes 

'of the Christian era, i 
lUbinst., to a large i 

I His denunciations of t 



nock and, the B.pidan, 
Gen. Hill was with Ja 



announced from Har 



t was of the right kind. 



""»- | MISCI LLA.NEOUS NEWS ITEMS, 
hint, I: is reported that aiTihe regular Confedi 
rate forces h,ve been withdrawn from Wei 
,„stile tern Virginia, but tha country continues to b 

have infested with guerillas who are very active i 

in the' As stated by the New York City paper; 
„„„, ' some of the recru.ting officer, in thai cit, ha> 
, M ,., ti been m..k„.g .pi.te a speculation out of the n 
„!.,.,„ tuning buaineaa. It ia alleged that they hav 
nd by P»U recruits fifty dollars, the amount of tb 



can, and finally as the asherer i 
ble scenes of blood.and carnaa 

r gave the names of the Popei 
jr that awaycj the Papal ace] 
ntury aa he passed along, an 
j in regard to the baneful inll. 



INDIAN DIFFICULTIES. 

Since the arrival at Camp Douglas of t 

two companies of the Second Cavaliy Calif 

Ilia Volunteers, detached by Col. Connor Ir 

Ruby, under command of Major McGarry, 



• hundred and Last Fii.lny evening, Mr. Eliis L. T 
rhich opera- risou ,icl,vcre,l a kigbly interesting lectur 



tedby theSho hones and Bannocks will„„u,e [.rings ensuing to those who are left des 

last three years; but with all Ihene facta he- of food and clot .- is charged to the I: 

fore the world, i.odlorlB have been made to Agents who have been needy politicians, with 
effect a aettleinelitof the difficulties with these whom a fraud upon the Indians has bee 
tribea by the Government or its officers, and rule and iair dealing the exception. It 
their hostility lo tha whites, especially te legcd that the In.iaus luvc been Bhamefully 



SST Phelps' inimitable 



November 10, 1802.] 



THE DESEUET NEW! 



ROCKY MOUNTAIN GOLD FIELDS 
On Monday 



last we bad the pleasure of I 
C. H. Howard, ot Eau Claire 
e from the "Ome-a-'gold mm.* 



he opening or the Kocky Mountain Ophi 
leing i nfor n.r-.l, when w.lhin two hundre 
es ot Fort Hall, en route from the States I 

," and hearing of recent gold discovert 
ng the Rocky Mountain Hinge, Mr. r 



-prcvu.Ui.ly iv a 



given for Delegate to Congress, of which 
net, the present Delegate, received 3 
Francisco, -2,033, and Gl pin, c*-Gov., 2,1 
The First Begiment Colorado Volunt 
Col. Chivington, has been ordered frorr 
East hack to Denver, where it will, as r 
seated, make its headquarters during the 
ing winter, which arrangemoi 



ured . 



ir people it win onaoie tl 
When I It is stated thai 



'" — ., t , ........,......*..-., j — n.ov,.j...j on u. -u o. ...| ..- .--..- ,.,.,. rtI , the Plains 

good road, "prospecting" it nearly every I „ ow lhe market price is but S1 ; per M. J,„ «,., .-,.,-.:, ,|i,- n„. unl, -.,,,- roui.iiai.d '"- ' *' . . 

camping pl.ee, and ^usually »f"S »>>*< » The limber i, pine and balsam, of fair growth j trusted, ^^^^X^r^Tl^ at .LoVandTdog fight at the "Pcopl, 

ll'Zt'ot'Z .gol.l) e a„d, on Angus- 30th, '^hostile dem.n.tra-ions were made by ' ^™ZW t^X^ " p™,'!.,',. 'T'?" 'r'T ,"ti,'. latr bleating t 

reached the "Omega" gold mines, in the \-al- » | arE e combined warrior band, principally ,,,.,fi lisCalltorma contractors '"'" ' ■' • J "" '",' '" '> " ■ , 

lev of Crasihopper Creek, whose waters f Bannocks and Suakcs, on lhe morning ..f and dependents." degree of c. mg htenuien t an u «'• 1 



I from fifty to seventy-lie 

, attracted by the prospects j frantic gei 



of obtaining the pre 



though it is generally presumed that "<lrift- 

ir. B ,» or digging boii.nnlnlly into lhe I, II and 
mountain bases, may be continued daring the 
\ winter. Quite a number of the miners, how- 

ever, believing that winter operations there 



Salt Lake. Deer Lodge is one hundred 
twenty, and Bitter Root Valley two ban 

To Silt Lake the distance is four latin 

There is a speeies of wild timolhy.also 



ing is yet an open .,ue..ion, 
doubtcdly be tested lhe cc 
Should these grasses prove ii 
may be driven to Deer Lodge 
Valley, where cltls and hon 



eace was subsequently 


sua 


ouncil dissolved with amic 


abl 






Money is not much car 




ribes; but for anything 




hey give great bargaius-p 








ew cups of flour or a wa 


rou 






are on the Yellowstone. 




The "Omega," or "Gr 




Gold Mines" aro not as be 


retc 



l,y having him, he cm only completely atono for I 
bows and 'original blunder by forcing the "C.ilil'orn 
igues and contractors and dependents," to disgorge 
t their plunder. 

ITEMS. 

hit George N. Sanders i 

he r.-cog.ulionuftheSouthe 

l.ld.,w'h,.-h.-.,usc.l|;i.,.ll 



) have been completed, and that about the 1st 
f November, she ran down to Fort Darling, 
ooi which place, owing to the peculiar na- 
ire ot the obstructions placed in the river to 
revent the Federal gunboa s from getting up, 
i the event of the reduction ot that Fort 

It is stated that Fort Darling has been ma. 



Clancy, President, C. 



: destiny of the Youn; 
omiums for Utah am 



of lhe energy, enterpri 



he i "d-ggiugs" >n prospect, 
ners w.re making from S3 t 
$100 per day— instances of 



The gold is generally rather « W HAT IS FREMONT DOING?" 



pital of that thriving Tci 

Thudding in Denver known as the "I 

o,.»e," which from ita having been used 
tippling shop and a dance house, with ' 



AN Al. 1. 1. 1. II' ITUITIl. 



Iiona7,7bolition7s" y o't. Slavery was entitled 

teach the people that Ih.- Union could not 

!naiions"the Union is in deadly peril. It is 
the mission of the Democracy, joined by other 

te rrlblc V ehaos. l '' ! W l e 8 'pray Democrats never for 
a single moment to lose sight of this grand 



That Buffalo Ro 



of the co-operation of the pet 



charges, if substantiated, win- 
Gen. Fremont himself. 
Tn: enmity well known for » 



ipalr. Where is the Sop.rvi- 
it is to keep the roade an. 

r in ho.t asking question!.. 



THE DESERET HEWS. 



[November 19, 18SZ 



' a ~*j\ J £$$*! vrt i , \ '-f- ' l<m,,> *" ' C^lttTii*^ a handful of dust fr 



the bora* and quieted | BctriT. or Atrrt 

London rfg'icuttural Go. 

The tillage and d 



f/V, II,., readwa, „.,,.., „ „„„ lie 1,.,,,,'a «-tli. The tillage and diainaga of the noil are vary „„ ,,,, „,„ rl]i| ,„, , » -^ "' 

..... e.,,1 then l.ik,,,, I I,, Urn bead, the animal, closely relate, to en.-!, o'h.-r. so, !»■» , are r a„c- at th„ pre,,,,,, time, and might bo £ 

..-'■"j »''„.„ .-oix.,;. | „.,„,. „„,| l|,.fC-r.L- f.iil-d '"' ''I •■:- .1,1 ,.,.,„iri,..-ih ; e., I. >'"'""■ |,e He I «-,,!, , ,„.■ advantage. D J riD - , h 

Sj3 .»"»»" n doll as quietly and docile as a hot '„ r, !y »9 ran-,- and elfe, >, are tela ,-d~ „.„.„ (lf , he <],,,., Adams, and when the Alien 

_^_ lamb. The era was entirely new to me, and thorn.!, Ir.iM.ag- d,„e .-nabi.- till.,,.-, and till- .„„, s „ .,,,,,,.. ,, ,,,„.„,.,.,., r „ n f ,„h1,„ 

<D .1 though' ,t quite a valuable one. The nlian.t •'. ■■ .:..■ • a.t.-r t, ■:,., --.Iti- n-h„l ■» heme , ,, _, utl , .„,. „ ,„ |,„ inlv | un|a „.„ ^ .'* 



APPLES RECOMMENDED FOR CULTI- 



J ■ operations or the game class and kind. An 
.. thus Bailey Denton, though engaged In a lee 

SuT. , , 1 : , ;:.".;r. , ,ii';,;: 






I by one of these law, 
of opinion, determine 






place enough sanl 
ilowera In poBition- 
with a Bhoet of papei 



"'"■'-■■s-. :;~;:~ 



Thi°fnTy U «/Sf5 r. r io"uo\V 

}RS ie c..m|il,to, different plants differ- 

nd petalB needing more than light 
Seven hours m™ »ullk!litt"o™ oral" 



— ■aynjdday.ai't.., n.edeu n ,11 ,„,, 
SMALL ro.\ IN SHEEP. 
The North British ^eullurisl Bay>: 
"It appears from the most recent accounts 

,,e„, Wrll.hir,, II, a, ||„. ,:,.,..„■,. k,„ ,,„ „ 
email pox la spread,,,.; in ihe davnct. A 
da, I.. t„,,i on a fan,, „|,i, li j, „,.|, a r „, „.| ,■„„„ 



« I III' '| 

lhat"th f '""l 1 " 1 "'"'"' '"" " " 1 "- ,,K ,; " 

niaV^e'ini^ilf^iifsia^ 

• ''■■■'' 'he same ,. ; , ..lye,,,.,,,, ,,,„ i. ,„., ,.,., 



..1£.'Ty 



xsr^?L 



and contaniB 0, ly about fifty fa 
lave raiaed this season somewhere 
bushels of grain, with a fair propor 
The heaviest burden which the a 

•eight miles of water ditch, at ae 
I) dollars. Tbc fertility and prodi 

s of the moT.a'ng'h" 6 ' 

.WAR WITH THE WOLVES. 






.,'."«",;;■■„■ 



e expensively ttiei 



I- ■ -■•ire-; hut, by Ihe p availing a,.* nino: 
leg the hoof, these substance, wb, el, in 

yed or greatly Impair! : rtn " .'.•.. , , 

. IN, II l> de, .Hid I. a - -■; : ,.;, ■ ,,> 

J I U, I, I, ■ , I'll'. 



■ Augu, 



Edinburgh Veterinary 



Then 



weremanufactufed'' 
$150,0011, driving tbi 
out of the market. Tne beat 

&VA„.!rafiigsL n a:"b: 

Sandwichjshands, Amoor River, Bnmb r. 

i; vi an 



c% 



arr„ r dth,c„c,e, 
eye to eye they "dashed °he"'story"o < f" the 
them? It was mbtB Vomer?! '"ban" th!" "l! 
quence of a DemoBlhenee or a Cicero.— [Trt 



mg-.on T.-i 



ign of what you may expect i 



.tol [ e C nB a th t"!be a eho; 
nue the uae of "tight' 

To^a^n'relTa 



sign that you will 



CURE FOR A JIBING HORSE. 

J. H. S„ wri.ing~t7 WttkaU Spirit 

Pittsburg, Pa., ihus deecribes an occur 



count™ k ?t !v I "d t » at th ' y """ ''"'"'""b?- 
Prenii.ims'to'bepaid in wheat at two dol 
lar* per bushel. lently on temjeraiive— wucn Booer Sail ■ 

, ,: , i',' ";'„".. ' 

Fountain Green, Oct. gl.TSM. 8 """' S ™' ^^'"(^3 %T'' *V<"" "«.' 

F, , m,, . \ ..«■.: I ha ve l„ng wanted to write ' *>'""■ but he we, a bri.kTjely'maV^Th 1 : 

:,' ';;'.'„ ;; ,';; i ;' ; , ;, > ; >■ ' ';;„ \]\ ""' ; ; mi'S™,™ 

r , , l ! 1 i l, ,'i;", 1 ';',"" 1 , ] ■""■..en ■'. 'i'..',;.'.,','.".;r"'."'; » •■?■< '•■Ul.'u,'..'. .'""'■■"iT,.'- Vi 1 /''. I','"'.'' r'r''n r ,'.n: 

,,.,, hi',. aw..i:', „'..',; ;',; ',[[.";"> " "• "■';■'■ '.",, ,'"•" !'' ,'" t -'"^-""-- i,,. ,,,,,,, ,, v 

»■' 'i. '.iim'ansto pay the remin • '"fine'i 'i' V ' ' 

:>;„" , --- > A 7 ; "-' 1 ■ 'yi n.i. e.;„, .,: -r.. ,.,..i „i ; . ..!.., ^si^-zi^" 



A r. D S»»iiSK A .! 



A GOOD FAEM FOE SALE. 



WANTED IMMEDIATELY, 

8000 lbs. CHOICE EUITEE, 
17-lt By WALKER BROTHERS. 



tiers tliat^he request of the Ch.ueh and' inhat.i 
,vo hnndrial ; once 'I'' "' S '' I,aaC ' ° ( lat " r ° 



WANTED 

BUSHELS 

OATS, 

FOB WEICB TEE EWEEST 

CASH PRICE 

WILL BE PAID AT THE OLD 6TANB 

LIWSTSIJSLI&CB. 

POST OFriCE. 



November 19, 18G2.] 



THE DESEEET NEW! 



©aural Notices 



W. F. ANDERSON, M.l 



©cneral Notices. 



FKW. 






INISTRATORS KOTICE. 



T"L' ■ 



■ . ■ . i J it.; M V.i, .1 



©cncral Notices. 



WOOL CARDING. 



©cncral Notices. 






SIGN OF THE GOLDEN BOOTS 

m 

C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



CITY ACADEMY. 



FIPLAY& MJSTIfS 

PASTE BLACKING 

FIRST PRIZE MATCHES! 



II. L. RAYMOND, 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS ! 






FIFTEENTH WARD TIN SHOP, 



CHARLES F. JONES, 



TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. 






NOTICE. 

SCHOOL TO PREPARE BOYS FOR ME 

CHAMCAL BUSINESSES, fee., 

To Commma 13l» Sipiemttr. 

E. L. T. HARRISON, Teacher. 



THE EYES! THE EYES! 



BESTISTBY. 

Dr. W. H. GROVES, 



stoves; stovesu 
R. C. SHARKEY, 



NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 

mi — % 

LARSEN & MAGI/EBY, 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



NORTHERN MAIL. 



GMEAT lHDVCEUliNl'! 

CASH BUYEKS. 
KIMBALL &~~ LAWRENCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 
LOW PRICES. 









Messrs. SAVAGE & OTTINGER 



PIIOI'OIIRAPIIS, MAIN AND COLORED, 
IVORYTYPES,- CARTES DE VISITE, 

AMBRO TYPES, MELAINOTYPI',8, 

CRAYON AND SOLAR PICTURES, 

PORTRAITS IN OIL, WATER COLORS 

AND INDIA INK. 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 
MEDICAL mSPMSABY 
Dr. J. L. "DUN YON 

V( .,,, v . ...,■■...■.. ,,,-.. r-. ;.■.,.;■;. 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 



•SBC'LOTH M1N II FACTORY ^«^«« 

;,;"/ P ™k,.J GEORGE BONELLI, 19th Ward. ^"EllSE"'' '" """"""i " 

'" """"" "H W e i,„,b, ™.p«i,„ r "^;„ m „ u <» pM.ii. ib.i ' kt ^*;; ;s l '£. , °r a u m ° "" p "" c p " """ '" 



TO ARRIVE! 

¥£LIER d M0S.' 
ftOO IS!! 

CoMuline: 0/ 

1800 Packages of American anil Eng- 
lish Prints, New Styles and Pat- 

400 Packages of Hickories and Checks 

00 Cooking Stoves, Small and Large, 

New Designs. 

5000 Ids. Sheet Iron, Light and Heavy. 

TIN PL&.TE, HOLLOWAVARE AND. 

TIN-WARE. 
15,000 lbs. Sngar and Coffee. 
6000 lbs. of Teas, fine quality, Hyson, 
Gunpowder, &c. 
BROWN SEEET1SC, 

Denims, Cottonades and Drillings. 
700 Doz. White Granite Cups, Saucers 



Soap, Candles, 

Gunpowder, Honej, 

In.lit-o, Glass, 

GOODS Of EVERY DESCRIPTION. 



■fortes and Meloikom Timed and Hi 
EhIuc *(i!i'.,/,Hlia>i guaranteed. 

B.I»BAUIONI>.. 



| Bprlns L 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[November 10, 1862. 



TO THE LA DIE! 



(Porib.ri...rrt New*. I nin! luxurious graft., liroadapread ovri 

SUMMIT OF ROCKY MOUNTAINS. V ^ c ar ( l^ 1 , ,7;;6 t of ' o^frepion, n ft,r bavins | MRS< C0LEBR00K v"""" 

nr c. ti iiowAHi). bad fl co-r|.l« 01 '■ i-i.ll.s fir, -f «w n-irj.n.i: ( '■' _ , ,,,,...,,..,,,,,„ ,,,„ „„,„ ,r- rVonClocr 

i wlirth Mi..- mud. fii..> 8yn.|> hns h?<-ri tn-<i.- ). U , . niii . ,,.!„,',, | N , , yi ,-.. Sf - .^ ... „- ,.„„,,.,- xv 

4l-w.Mtl»4opiinlha lowering bigM, „,,. |,„,,iy , : „j.|o\ rj in I»(,.'.!iiil', t.Hi. 1. 1-.' ..,,.,., , fl . .,-..' Iwaltorj h 



b .a ,t ,iss;iP , s 



■I f:.I..y*< rrilin l!io« 



Sicb: 



— = LI 






AUTUMN Ll'.A 



Nciu SVinjcvtiscmcnts. ! LIST 0F letters 

PACIFIC RAILROAD. , ' ■ m '.'. °'.'"l'.' " "'."il'oc'-' """' '*°' ' 6 ' "'" k 

•■ I ' ■'-'■ ■■■'" Kiil'i"a.i' ! 'c. , !..r.M,\" B 

Said Looks will ,., r,;, n a' |.j,i i«„ H-th-i..- n.ttlM ll»rl.., 



E'EJURin^OEroalanduserulan und.rtak- CMym ^ ^„u M , hi.. B.r 

Va(..| I'.H,:... i, u,i: |',,,.,i |.-ly '.',', i:|'i';, ,-,!.! ] . ' - ", T 'V' ,T ^ J '.''.%'" 'j'""' 

Ives of the op]-ortmiitv for eo doing. i f : ,'*J' p.,'.', ',."'" CrJw'ibVrMr.™'* 
In ma ,.1 siil.scrii.tiu., . an (■■• Ituu.rd at tnv t ,...>■ S.atLwoll Mr. 



SRIGHAM YOUNG. 



EDUCATIONAL, 



e jg%%^Km\^ 






p V «r 






THE DESERET NEWS. 



TH A sin L:33?, 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1868. 



VOL. XII. 



C °"™o w,"L';'li' i i«».t l !i^cor c »i'i, 









'i"M r :-.! •'!;";;: ; 



,,: :;■; 



.";.', ":;x:: 



riM , V,' l !!..'n' , !.MMl'Mi!;i'''','','ii , ,'. r ,' i':; ',,''';'" < ■"■'" -■■'■■' ....'■ i.i-.i. .-. .1 . ::.- t . r .-,.=,'.-:'.- , .,.,1,;™. ;n,, i'.„,i _ 

' e ' U ' l l . | ll ,'. , | ' 1 , l 7,! r ( ' 1 ''J 1 ,.' l'!!' -'J'r.'-^ 'I'.'^'n^r s! ''rVt U '"' 1 ' "'"' ' ( ' V; "*'' "" , "Y ; ''H: !!'■: it. k_'1. I J ■ i ■■ i II- 11.1 an. I - ., r^\i ,n. a., .*', 'J,',' Via' a'o'' a n.M hi' ,'"l on 'a'.',', i"! .v'.'im,". '[ 

om jhnve cL'ae' 

,and vj 



>.•""- ;•*' f„inii. 1 i 1 » f „.;h,:ri- V i 1 „n.„..,, 1 v ,„i,», w.,..- .,!, ,■,,. \. ..;,-. ..,.■! , . ,V .-V ■,,..',. .. ,7 ■"'..,'■,. .-' . , V. . .'..V.l, .V i", V 

d, aud the record IS true, and til,, adiiniiis'ered received the same tealiuionj-na i.|,i,. m . n, ||,,i v i; i I, „ „.,, , t |, r „, 

Vn'-k"! ,/i-i'v iiieV.''«.'i h iii-".\i!!.i'-''.iv|' L B!! 

far ...v,l»™ labor ,1 (or Ibo upbuild. ag of 



rdai'lnd 'by in.-, In i'l,',,'t "j. . 'i'-.l'l.i.od 






::;*:;; , 






!, amlh ,,W fcnia, a,.d , 

eliold, I aio God a:..l ha.-. 



> r 'p might lc cha.t.ned, 
l»J uil-Ut b« made alr.tif;, 



:":::., ,,, a;:;"?. 



^.fiOT 



v.'li'^lr uVlo.'.i'|,~;V.',': n'.'a'u '.'"iVr,.! | ". . '^"^'r' ;-Vo'i[,:r.k"t"!a^''l" 
va"o„ o f Se ih"?fgLt|o r u9or"li.'.. a'..:..!, ,-naain, a ' ! " 1 l , 1, 7, | n "J|'' 1 k ,; ',';.■! " 

ll'-.|'"''int»'li-'"'l'-"».'nl, •■il.-av.i, 'a'.'.d i'.u h ".',' '' '"j/ ""j ' '";' '"'' 
(.hall |.,,.,s ,,, y, I.,.! „„• „,. r ,U>l,.ll not na--, ; ' * ;' '• ,',' ",",■'' ,",",• .^ ' 

i-;;ii,:M~^r"i"';,M i:a;..:^,ov «ot';';.,'i,.;- !' :; " '■>■ «»■'■->■ '>"■' > 

form it;- .-.1..1 1 i o,i ■.,.., k,-j i„ .,>■_.!, i" ; n ^,,„ ^'J' ' ■;;;, 

nli'sl, t'll a rlll,'i\'i;''l ,l |'.'l.a°.'','.".j' !•' shall '''"' «'•*• a " J "J'" 11 

r in the loin; wlur.ao 1 «.„t it." Tlie . l " ..f on - 

go forth to prtach the gospel.to the ' ' h» i t 



THE DESERET NEW! 



[November 20, 1802. 



"-"?•:: '■■'.':' , , , ! :! J." .""■".","!/ 



1,1; ..l.,llg .IB I..-SI l.c cuiil.l, ..ml 

? , ..ri.. ta ^ , .r , ;;,,v» , i: 

ee, I never ianr any man go 



'l,.',ri|"lN."' .Ill'l I"! 'ills al'l.l'llm | : ,.,,L „l li'.V'.'f.'lT.I.'lv" l'l.'' "l i. I i.l'l'l ..' .'.'l '..I tl.rS 

'■ i CM therein hm ih, In:.- ..I bat .,,,. ,,.„,.,, a.. I ■ I, nil. Inl. 



USES* 8 

Boulh? No bum in bund; il is 

tii''ii"'i'i..i'.'b'.iV,".iii'."..i. 'ihii'v!,',,,.' 



nation, ami f.n tins Hit I.i.i.l oui 1....I baa 

Efun{i?x 4fr.r"Fi3u h *iub ill 

blood «( 111,' ii.li.'.l.itniil's 111,-, i of. WIi.ii ll.e 
s|,ii it „f the gospel leaves any people » leaves 



I: ii. b i cb.-i>: sun .i. inn. 

nplcs.v.z... lucre shall not l.c lell 
.."'- j'l.!l'lb.'» n'v.v," ■!. '"ni 



Human.,! I, at, i i.ed Hie Irutb. Tbe Jews 

bav,. suileied long 1 grevioiisly for tbeir 

i II;,.., ai.,1 ib.-y lull inue lo Buffer f..r 

11. ey i. j ...:l II,.. linhl lli.it is .Haled, l'or vvlieii 
ing power thereof, il will grind tbem lo 

,., ii',;.'.„.!i .'",;;. :,;,„«i! i".' 1 ,,.^..,;",'. .,'!!"; 

Spirit we shall know die B.gns of Ibe ti.neB, 



if Jcaus Cbrial: Aineu. 
Till: KXCISL TAX LAW. 

l.Tll',. f ; r„id.,y'.,.'j„l»'. '. il-'l.'l- 



r damage by hrc, or 
llu duty of one. per 



,.,„,,,.., , I ! I 

....I '.,.•) sball bi- |..U. 



it it furlber enact.. 1. Tb.il on 

nd rendered to the Couiinia- 
il Revenue by all insurance 

il.,' Insurance, ex,..|.t Hie ill- 
.... agent, ,,1 all fulfill iii- 



:"' "• '" '■•' '•-. " H..,'la,l , 



nd Hie gross am, 

, a,.r„ ng |l„r, 

, Z"l, ,|.,'..i iiu'lv'.! 



ixpuation of tbe quart 
I be made up, ami up. 



u.'ili.. due by such quarte 
...i.|,ii,v, oi agent, oi a.,..i- 



',' lu'ViiVr'..^'' 1 ;'.'''.;'''' , :: °",'-, ,'""""''' "- "H'.bi '"■'■.' •■.. ii'i-ua made to any 



•boje iialionsubece tbey ,ei„„, 'eh ,11 be 'made and" lender'cd w'l'tbin 



of war, and of 

1 '"■ b-n s "f 



I'ropbele lo Jecl 
b.-oiigl.t Ins judgii 



ighkcthcox lo Ibe elaugh- Link, 



, , I ' ' ill I i , 

Id I"" a, a ,.,,,.,1,,. ,|,.. .„,,,„, ,„..; | r ,d,l,ll.„» 

■ ' >e it fur ber enacted, That 

.',,'''nr\nanl', l }°,ne l Lt il8 o < f dl a',fy 



and warn , S.a%" orld° *Tht „?{ lung'thc" c, 

ranee company, as herefofo 
governed by the ..me I an} ]i., HeVrn" lie "or, 

,]' «, and you can- Internal lievenue, Bball upon 



ing of the kingdom of Goi 



l.l Clllial Wllbu. 



;■.,., t 



",' ' " L "" ""'•• i'" , i' ' "'" " ,r " ■" i-n.™i-.ij- i.' ler'a.".', .'. ,,'."' ,*' i' ,"'>',' ,!,"!'! I,'.",."'!''.'.;'!','!.'! 

ed of God who did not have Propbeli t I II 



acti quarter of a year tlitreatter, tlier. 






buniired'aiu, ii™- ''■''' "' A;,i "V, '•i-hteen 
oll.-c . 1, ami paid by'any e per*.on orperao'L' 



inn..- Ibe biiiiii, pay la re ,u. 



[I ily. , aa 1 i ,t 

a a, ..'I'or'e'.'.i'id. ".,',:c. ',T..". am^u I 



mder oatb or ..l.^,: . ,':' 



•rnj lKy"" iWd bj "" C °" H1 "« 



come due and paya 
agement tf ea.d lis 
penally ofVive pter 



nlof-a,iln,.„»,...,..„...ol |...l,l„-.illi. 

""'■-" ii I- "ball I- nl.il and i'ay a | t 



any, person or |. era.. ns, publish..., 

i by this act lo Hie price of said i 
.elite, any law, as aforesaid, toll, 
in listaiidmg: Provided, f, 



uin ,.„[,., its t., pay interest on tbe 
: August, eighteen hundred ands.xty-i 



Trorn y 'any"prof'e°ss'ion S , i 



i duty of five per centum upon lb 
beieof exceeding six hundred dol 



u.-iit oiled, and not n, Hi- employment of tbe 
Se levied, collected, and paid a' duty of five 

Sec. ill. And be it further enacted, That in 

islim.iliiig said animal tains, profile, „ r m- 

axes, lawfully assessed upon tbe property or 
iforesai I, from which said annual gains, pro- 
luiiid, sliall be first de.lncted from tbe gainB, 

iv. ,1 lioni siiI.iii.b „1 niiie.re, or payments to 
,ei lire of tlie United states,' including Bena- 

jr deposits in any bank, trust company, or 

express, telegrap i, steamboat, ferry-boat,°or 
railroad company, or corporation, or on any 

linns, insurance, gas, nri.lge.'telegraph.steam- 
wbi'cb'B|iecilic"Btam'p, oi °ad"va°orem ' duTie" 



• ay, on tbe first day of Mjy.eigbteen hundred 
and aix y-three, and in eacu year there- 
after: Provided, That upon auch por- 
jlon of said gainB, profile, or Income, 



November 26, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



, e ther l BB^ei*.to»_dutyMJtovM«^ln i iW>| THE LEGION OF HONOR. I ITEMS OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY. 

™° "»' memorable year when Rome, The Moon's inftu 



penalty, except fie 



the United States 



1'Jlii.c 1 »•',.! .!«<i I,. i II,.. so, I 

lit he'demanited, as aforesaid, said lie 
^h^ t'o"ro by ert , '"l"4sCur'it!e B l ''a n 

ReJei,o'e', rP upon theTeSc'ate^ot til 

du'ly P given°of thi*™y° ot BucTtful" 

ot trio Treasury, andYy "virtue of sue 



ai ,1 trjiiafeired or a.aoened l.y Hi.- person 



or other party holding, or cl .inline; to Iloli 

Se°c. 93. And be it further enacted, Tru 

age.'andlllguardiJns'ai'd tni'ie! <,°v, h'ioh. 
luch trustees are so by virtue of [heir ...Ike a 



id, and ...... of ,... K l.. c t 



Train T"a°l'tt"f 



ines were r. form., I, ti.e I J e . 1 1 . . ■ r . . i- r,„l 
the r.t,„,,,t of oiei.a.li-n aol ..ill.-, 
■rce.„. to ih, front Ihe heart of 1 1, 

''■'i.-l '■•"■■ bhih and hi. c ;!„■,,.,!. 

have -,„„,„„ b e f 0rP> " 8a „i JN .,,,, ,;,.„,, 



Irt'cheVe"'"" .."J'cleiMa"'," '""°' K "" ' 

ful/'moon f uro n b the h clo„Ts e .' 8 T U is 

ilV'''''l,lVlh,,»! r TI,MM''a'l''raya'ofl! 



, Fnuxi Duelists.— Two eistera, named 

fee 1 .' ^if'^^To'-&W^il ot 
jealo u , y . Thee, . ,h„t took place with Ihe 

■sr^EjXt;i™h. , . , ,b t i,: 

Who still survives, received eighteen wounds. 



;;«-..re t,„,„ii, ll,e .,„-, of Italy?:' 
ol, ,, • 0Iummer at "> e Brld Se of Ar- 

.|An,l von I, came a sergeant major?" 

" [Jiave taken my aharc ot all the great bat- 
lie had been distinguished for his bravery 

The Emptor 



Napoleon spoil. 



II , .:, ' I 

■", on have meiite.l the t'r 
111 , r .,, I, 



centrated on it hy t 
plating into'vipor 



orders from the Emperor to make to } 



:,';;.' ,.',';;," ,■ ;,'; 



sine of the Emperor, respect Ser 



Railway Through the 1 

The London Times, epeaki.i: of 

.■ompletloliot Ihe Spanish ra 

1'jrenec, s..ys;-On Ihe 21. 



Will. .|„-e,l an.l Hll.-lJ. ... ■!, ,,,„,, ,o 

' ' ',, e" ', I' I ,' 

el. 'Vhe ,',,'ej .,„ | p , ',','.' ,■',„, lli'Ve i''l' .''.',' 

ol ., ,, lards only, and the curves are 
nil. re"v. isiu.'. '1 her- .,- two points 
line at the entrance of the Concha, „r 
Basin of Ordima (the ancient capital of the 
pr. vir.coof Biscaj ,) distant only .100 yards 



of Ihe ea.lh, lot eloo.ls act as; 
] II new mo I [ v I 



e",eeM,i;\"Ti,". , :e l ,vhr t ;ed:.! l '"i;, , ;;' , !: , l 
Vhe".'';.!' m'. V-'i'.-'.m .-""h' i , i V.'-.-'-'° ■■'i.V'i-'. .V.', 



ones ha, r annul covered Willi the r.-inai 

this the htlhi o sp .-.lily Hckcf,.:, Hie, 



Week., toil 0„lv 1,1.,. M. 1 lolire, 

shfi n ad f:d!ier r 'yo!:::i: , a:r;;^ , ;:r c :l!:^; 



eMue"mo'be?!a! 
■",">> long*! 



is. ot pcopl. 



THE DEBT WE ARE PILING UP. 

The \e.v Vorh l'/i,,,l.,n ././e,„otee, .iii.uei, 
„ii Ihe National 11,1,1 „l ,,l, ,|,„, ,.|„.i,„„ 
creatine, as follows: They lell ns of an e 
pen ,e of nearly seven lioodr.-l ui.lhonu in 

I'"- I'an w. appie,.. I h. en,,.. II, 



-core years „ ; ,,i,„iher and another— and 

not aUal| a cd. C \neV.rti! ml". 1 "dyin^cyea a/o 

looliin o forward inillio,,, of mile, ,\, r ||,o 
journey's end. But we are heie talking of 

""Vol a'h'u'ir.'d' yeai^anVmoi's Vloncheo. 
have been calher.,,. property ,.. llic Unit,,! 

dyin™;,oS lM,,' P ru'uoi,' o'euunhl Ts't'' 



"v:;;;, 



°Uiii a teist r al\™TreaBu'ry 



KtMl 



,- 1- . n t . -. . el L - ti'.i-: "'ii.o 1-. v r 

i Dancitif,'.'' lt.'pu'.-;.-iri^ L"i 



K U<S 






plause by the crowd around h 
Rathe* Excr.nsivE.-Ths 



u.gs^that'-n^re 

'., and th.it' o.icht 
the North, tbey 



say, commenced upon bis pants; an. 
time.it was feared he would be in the 



Georgia Colonel— minus all except 



II except n to sell their conii v, l,v pu < .uin-el, ,., the in. it, 
,ce, he was foreigner. They h..e endeavored to excite eratore 



TIIE DESERET NEWS. 



[Kovembik 2», 1862. 



■&*?%**&: 



llAkS SMITH 

Wednesday 



iDIAN OOTUHEAH ON THi; TLLE- son, Rcilley and Gran 1 

GRAPH LINE. went back, and Hie ol 

-7- Sill Lake. During t 



, by order of Col. Co 






wounded. T.c st 
lo Ibe tragic afl.i 
McBrulo and otbe 



B to to of Ibe Ui.i 
mpany left Bri^h. 






from the IndianB by force. The result of the- 
npped 'bat it will be favorable, tut feais are 
of tbe boy will be imperiled thereby; 

Sehlkade .-On Ibe arrival it tbe Hon. 
Chief Juslice Kinney 01, Wednesday last, Pro. 

towards lb. Jad.e. il.s Honor acknowledged. 



Piolcno: Tli 



unify, perforroid by tl 






.:iree,trtmii)i ,„ ct by JKH,„I» and those ,villi l,,m tl or , •""* "■—-■ "•"•-"• oyomcer Ilealli, .— 

■'"'J',' """"■ near, Ibe Malade. who happ-n- 1 lobe ,,„, by at tbe lime, and Hay ron THE Ans,v._Msj.„ Shrrp, Iwv- 

rr„! > lasl 0»- bis ''eom-.l',,' "'"\"L, f| ' '» r y" "'"' ^" b " , "*"' i " ic " "' "" '"•"<«. it was uT c t'ojdcl.v.ry ..: Cm',, il.'.'j. a"' ,,V|I, ,'!',.' 'h'.:'li"l' 



November 26, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



an i:m'i:nmvk chauh 



r Cokorui.— Thitlliril j 



f tbeTh.r y.sev. 
rx:. T«»!«u 



Tlie next motning 



■>..%Z : . 



,.ylhin ? t..".l.u 
•m.t again on til 
]i„, by cli,loii>:n 



Cali-'of tin C 



hat it migM. Failing in ' T "«: 



destroy d by n. ,, hetore action ba taken tberco: 



reanonjent of tUc Cin 



■' rti.it tt.p spini.ii l: anj weaving of 









''"inn ,«:...: «l. .Vat,,.,- »:..-i,; •:'.'';'''' W U aMl',.)-^aVJ's l 'cJnrlU^«Jl.'s'"'j.Tt,'iiji! 



I M ZP*', aninntng lax or, {■«« '»«" »*•«• 



lUiul-.l IJ>o ,.*.i!i' l 'i 



THE DESERET N E ' 



[November 26, 1862. 



, - j] 3 ^ ,, k I in.»ii..c.u.ir,u.i,il.m.ii.] LOOK TO YOUR GARDENS. ONE OF 'EM. 
4 G |R ^V-t-r J. # R & £ I KAMPM.N_AGIUCUI.TUHE. Thou-h the .eason^ now somewhat ad- An odd-looking perTc^ joined tb. pa,.., 
/?V\\ A 'J''--" >f ' '"' ' •■'■ *■■""" >•> >•- '"•<'» "'<">" = .■■»Mv !lm UI,..v l ,.,,,vib-.,l,». ,,,'.™ir»r--' ^" >■»'!<.• Ene railroad the 

;-■>,; ■ : ... ■ • ::■■::.:,".■:: ^:^;;^:;.;zz::: ^zmtll =" 0M ,0 """""■ :/:''^";-L^!:r; , ::,r;f:s;-a.s:!::s 



"WORK AND WAIT.' ; 



ire sought out by 



A writer in the Aorta Jlmtrka* R,,,„r ,,,„;.,„„ j,,.,.,, ,„'., „.',„., ,., ,';.„,". .'„, ,.;',; 

very pithily and critically handle! those .in- at once on a system ,1 rotation, 'j f . il.tr 

philoenphi. ,,l in.li.hluals ..l.o, in llr. John- duces nee. ami unproved c.n-li.-a ol gtai 

.on'! .tyle, growl a boot "the t, ghtful inter- ™\ *"]'■, .'.''V..'." 'i^X ,'.'! ,„" ','," " ."". M ".V ^ ' 

val between the eecd and timber," draw- cr „„,,_,„ |,..„, ,,„ ,.„., ,„„ .„„,,, ,„.„. ; , 

ing therefrom a paltry plea for allowing their minaike.. The same is true of hisor.bai 

ground! to go unadorned and unimproved by ''^d c.rl.n^ lottet 1 1 ... : h end l.i.'r vet;, 



year!, bought a young , 

mont, might be highly b 

How many of the e 



I "Hello, Dominie! Be" "oTtbere? Goin' 
j down to York? How do "they do down to 

' .loll? Pooty 'idle-' hd .'t In! Where 

,, be you goin'? Goin' to preach in York? 

„ A"" S ' <» Cllifoiny, ,„■ you? il.d'ut 

[know but you might be 



■rybody 



all plats of gronnd intended for veg. 

nain as thrown up. Spade deeply ai 

d the labor of re-spading for spring plant- ! J°jj 
: will be trifling. > at , 

IV e are of opinion that by this practice the U° » 

alities might be rendered not only' more l S ° A ' : 



Lord-a-mae!., you ain't though, be ye? 
. am't 'cm. up pre ..Inn', hev ye? 'l'ears 

le I would'., t; I wet. to ouii, -tneetiii' vvheo 



we add the amoe 
( It by Saint! 
ary well-being < 



proved true by well tried experiment, would 



dlow.ng modes, not particularly i 
F,r,l. Set the pan of milk on the. 



few m notes. The 



le Country Genrtemon gh 
airy of fifteen cows: 



TllxRl'-SHNS IN P.1LESTI»E.—Tb. Rul 

sian Governinei.t n cariyu.g on extensive n. 
proiements ... Pales. me. A piece of groun 

outside walls „t J.-i usaiei... on the Jleida 

belonging |o llu.aia. and c .,, g i.o.arl 



".■■le |ulgii.i.s It.... In-.. , menced. In- 

I . 1 . c I s a 

■y'li'v'.-'tV.'-l'." lining | l |!e'e'v','',';..m!n",e! 
formed ' 'V'f °? "'"' '"""* "'""' '"'"" l " h '" h 
r.-m'plo 'o'ri'he llol/sc" u'lcbi ■e'is'S' time' of 



STRONG ARGUMENT VS. STRONG 
BUTTER. 

'"?'' ' i „*' mj """'■ ""''- "' h ™ y °" dr °r' y°" 



!' ',' ,iiHu ' bl1 "' <■■■ >■"" o.,gi.. to .'..';.' .'h 

Keel over as soon as ihey touch it.' 



■"•'■'-■ w.i.l„l,l 1.) „„ ,,„! ,„ 1(J „„„,, 
lb-it he o.ighl now Like'., ,,„,,. ■„,„, 

n a 'lM'.",'e <r k . >">" v> 



",.-,", 


Tfo", 


"rti, 


tild'ill, 


e. Tins ret, 








lie in) loe.lt 


OO.IIOS 


aft. 
and 


energy of 
faints.) 



November 26, 1862.] 



THE DESERET 



©aural Notices. 



W. F. ANDERSON, M.I 



ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 



SIGX OF THE GOLDEN BOOrS. 


C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

LOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 





©encral Notices. 



FH'SWff 



W"i."'".°l!!'M, , "„„ c 



©cncral Notices. 

WOOL CARDING. 



"ug i"."55!? ; 20th WARD ^ WEAVING FACTOR'S 



A r ::r 



A 1 .?; 



FIFTEENTH WARD TIN SHOP, 



CHARLES F. JO] 

nK^fKi'i'i'Ut.i.Y ibnnfcs hi. nuraeron. I 






LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS! 



WANTED IIIilILDIATEI.1', 

6000 lbs. CHOICE BUTTER, 

17-U By WALKER BROTHERS. 



N; , ;;; : ,r;,.v,: 



TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. 



SIH 


"=£; w. rt „ „„ „ , 


r.r 




'iMt^'^rtluSSli. 


^ 










l't»»"°Vo F™4*"!r ildMn 


1X7 




TOEODOB. W. L.R 


.l.flbo 




NOTICE. 




SCHOOL TC 


PREPARE BOYS FOR ME- 


CHANICAL BUSINESSES, & 




To C 


ommence 13th Sipttmber. 




E. L. T. 


HARRISON, Teacher. 


t;;^ 


l :5^&i;~u^ 



NORTHERN MAIL. 



MRS. E. WHITE, 









GKEA'f 1IDIICEHLIT! 

CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL "iT" LAWRENCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 



<N AND ECONOMY. 






©cncral Notices. 



NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 

trm — ^ 

LARSEN &, MAGLEBY, 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



TO ARRIVE! 

WALKER^BROS.' 

GOO MS 11 

Comi.lms «./ 
1800 Packages of American and Eng- 
lish Prints, New Styles and Pat- 

400 Packages of Hickories and Checks 

60 Cooking Stoves, Small and Large, 

New Designs. 

5000 lbs. Sheet Iron, Light and Heavy. 

TIN PLATE, HOLLOW-WARE AND 

TIN-WARE, 
15,000 lbs. Sugar and Coffee. 
6000 lbs. of Teas, 6ne quality, Hyson, 
Gunpowder, &c. 

BROWS SWLEWnjiG, 

Denims, Cottonadcs and Drillings. 



FANCY SHIRTING, 



Messrs. SAVAGE & 0TTINGER 



nil) 1 OCRAPHS, PLAIN AND COLORED, 
1VORVTYPES, CARTES DE V1SITE, 

AiMBRO TYPES, MELAINOTYPES, 
CRAYON AND SOLAlt PICTURES, 
PORTRAITS IN OIL, WATER COLORS, 
DIA INK. 



AND . 



CLOTH MANUFACTORY 

GEORGE BONELLI, 19th Ward. 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 
MEDICAL DISPENSARY. 
Dr. J. L 75 UN YON 



BOTANIC MEDICINES 



F1KDLAY & MARTIN' 



PASTE BLACKING 

* FIRST' PRIZE' MATCHES! 



II. L. RAYMOND, 



Pianofortes and Afelodeons Tmud a\ 



1T6 


THE DESER 


ET NEW^3. 


[Notemeeb 2G, 1862, 


CF.THSRMANB. 


•'4. A.snme their (tba Southern) debt, and 


CONCEETS, 


ft If 1 TBT fill Wl'tTfe 




then ahalre handa all round."' 




VI H R 


Vi n m 


..'„*",' '!iiir/h^Tv'°V'',.v".T"*.','«,"»»)-™"- "'■"■' 




— 


q- 1 


1 ! y j 


ii.. DllbL 


!i"',Tn° ".! °!l,"'fo.. : ,'l> :l .n''ll.e\'):d B.'y s'atc' 


721 tDiailiSiT 


ll ll 


1 ' 






II 1 


1 1 1 IS 


^:p^r«™,w"* ;i" h J :na7jrj/t n .^L't';'.i,'»;!a ,1 rc'."°. 


MUSICAL ASSOCIATION 


BS IJEL .H JB. JUU li-Je CJ 


Tba le.v..'..,,o. Q »i~.re<I, -»ll. II...0I1 -"""l^^ ^.' .^'f,'^.',"'^""'."^'^; "° "'^'■IrlT' 1 "' 






z,:: '~ :: : .:,;r;„^;:;;;"w" i 


lie has prepared Hi" following inscription 
for tbe tombstone of the Abolit.on parly: 


Ao«.un-..l.lb.Fabll.ll,.t 




SEil'S^irrr.:''' 1 '' 


November 4, 1S02, 


TWO CONCERTS 


_ ^^/e^,^!^ 




THE ABOLITION I'ALVTY, 








In the twenty-fifth year of rte age, 






N«Vr.Vil^'7m'r.."',L°"m!"''"'' 


After a lingering illness 


Will be liven In lb. 


jpWyij 


All tb.l . b»ro.e Hr'mlrti'.b'n-^r Ir.'m; 


Notwllh.^nofngX^ove.iti. no. presu- 


t A-BE WK A-CIaE 


n". , ."". !,!,',' n :'".i'.'".!™ °ii'.'iwe" .'. i lo^l.a 


mable that Ibe alone upon which may be ol- 














?r»"n"Xv.7jrj»<u!^'°°L'.m"i,?i""'''' l> ' 


faction will be so soon required lo stand at the 


GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, 




ATLT"=Ml''!rTlk»"'.V''u!"c'| U '!l7 


apparent that Abolitioniem, (with the telious 
list of otber incendiary political ials and isms 


On lhi £re»inga of TVESDA Yani FRIDAY 


BiSHELS 




of the day) and fanaticiBin — disguise and 


0//i and nth of Dcccmbtr. 1 


n".ll*i'ln!l'l'nVB«.os'.ll A ||!™'lL'''r' 


miBnamo them as you may— are cocxisteat 













the legitimate progeny ot fanaticism. So long 








la the inie is fiuiinl iiiiliu'acitig :lic aniLla or 






ri""."."."".,'"".' »...,..; ,';..™'.'.. '.v'!" 


men, so long will the olbcr.evil-genius like sit 


Concertino Solo., 














make It tbe abede of contradiction and ter- 












^^rir ta "*'' 


outlived many of the fungous forms in which 


THEATRICAL ORCHESTRA. ■ 
TITO HUNDRED VOCAL AND INSTRU- 


W JElra da 3v 






MENTAL PERFORMERS! 












uH »."«>." .",°!lu,'ui" Tj «""."i!S 


them. 






i^.»°" ,r.u *.',! tL'i. ™T.i', . 


iilarricb: 


T^zi'Y^i^}^i c inTl 


«. 




























;:/:„„':"!""», nn.'.i'v, 'ni'i'nuv"'^.^!!^.^"^!- 










■BBk iifc PwjBfc g» BESSPSSta 


"""';"" '""" " d """'" "■•■"""" 


""t».»n,."m. on r'li. 1Mb 'in.!., by ni.bc, The-, 


1 ""','" ' P , '. i " i !"",i. B °'.":;" 


Hi llHil | ," 








la's IM &% 13 h ■ 








flflElliljIi 




' J, .;,V..!a , .!, > , > ',.','. l '.u, K ',;.r,"'i , ;,';.M l .'l A . "".""r"'.-. 




M&&2&£h%ega2Gb& & | 




















gy; s /;; ; :;. -:\ '. 




Upon 11,. reel, .1.., ..Dd.l L.I!... J .... 


er','"i','ii "■('.' i'.'','?.,'."iTns 1 '.'' ''' ni"K'lM:"'""."iuV- 




Tbe,.nl.n„rG.lb..ra,r,e. 


INB hl'lillMiK. be'i'l, er U.nn.'rk. 


i.m. win ». ib.ukieii ""' ,, ^ l l ;';' i ;';;;,; ;"■_;•;, 












NO SMALL CHANGB. 


I'^tZ'.-Vi-'u*,''* ar '" Lli ' """■ '*" "°" 


$25 REWARD 


FOR WHICH TUE HIGHEST 


■ J 




V> ' .'" '". r . 




tbe"piu pose of supplying the demand for small 


Wulf: 


S! .S\VJ5ii. « ..'."!»"»". b"'° "". "r p 










uan's C of°ii*c i.'"-.!?""' 1 ' "" kd '° ""'" j.'L!'^ \:.'„\ ",''j ■':':'.:','' ," 7.V': :';'"" '"' "" 


o N »,,r."™\r.!u , '.",^'aV^ar,^, h, LbXv.,: 




of S .mall'"in'i.o r 5 'il.'o!, rent". (It's 'we" T,\"Z ) ' ' •', '^"\^-":"";'^' "'"~™'<^™*£X-, 


ff : ;lr^7'?'''' ; , ; :\; V • '.•■■'. ".■ 


mm mMi 








ple'a pockets and from lie counters of mer- 
chants, business inen in (be east are resorting 








eb.red la Ibe tier-eru'lloi.. »l,'ch lb. S.lnl. euder.d In 


KOTiCE. 




to many expedients to provide for Ibe annoy- y1 ' ''"''" '""' T:i """'■ \'".J\, r,a " bllul1 ln tLe )C * r 


F ii'r-i", ,: ,.";' <m!'.1"1\TA!',11°'1"™;: <*,"\ 




ing deficiency. 1 






A penally having been imposed by Congress it uav?k^V.. <'i wn'. , . a 'it ' n' ' H.i V, -.'.'. i. / , 


cei.-Tnu'S'. '" *"' """"' """ °»'.' kVcul'iiuj?'" 


WILL BE PAID 








Mcept tbose authorized by law, the merchants ] ""[' uniennl.l star, please copy ] 


TOOTHACHE. 




other places— bavc introduced printed past.;- f^. 1- ,'','„', ',, J t ' ,' -.'.j" : "" ll l]M "" u Cro.tiy, .sea 


TOOTHACHE TOOTHACHE!! 





"mcictiai.ilir.e," as an evasion of the law. nmii i. u. m u.i. .o;. i ..nio.n,. i, .*..?. 


T".i'..T '° nr """' '""" "" " b °" com '""""' ' 




Tbe United Stat, . M M»l,all,.r Iowa, however, ' ' .",i',u!';,',.'i '., ''-. •' „'. -,: ■ ..., 1 






THE ODONTALGIA ANODYNE, 


APPLY AT THE OLD STAND 


own guilty of put ing in circulation tbis coll 


! Jfcro ^IbutrtiDcmenta. 


^r°'"::EE5?Iis^:r' 








<:.r, 1; for! ",v'u, tbe wholesale 'mci.-\a,,l' ,'", , 

down lo the lowest beer sbopa, almost eveiy Ai";. > ' '■■ - .'1 /■'." '■.'. u. ."i ;'.':;;",',':.' .'1'., 


HURRAH! HURRAH! 


or 






one waa engaged in tbesa disloyal practice,," ,.',;,,,'.'. u, .''I^,,', .',!,' ,'. ! i','!.'',. ..', ||„y U " b"aiu trill 


NO MOKE BSD MATCHES. 




a...'., u.-.. i :.',. .-:.p..-i -.ion of Hie anti.-.u «,,,.„■ V" .','.'.", ?' .' "■'.' ' "' '' 1; J ' ''""' "" """'' 


A L !;^utV n »«a»V, i r! , r.i"^,io"f.!Lr,^,y 1 ;'!.'',™ 








1 ;:;:,:,," , :,!:,;,:u':r:, , f,'o , ,r,'u;;, ,'. ■' .. .,':,,; 


ROBERT GREER, 


MKITiijIUCl 






".;",'. X".K,trp::,o;;.i';.;i:.;"'; '.;: '.,."". ',. 




1 M 1 1 1 1 JS g E T. 




The noted atrtet-cT7 ro'ecto J late M K S - STEM HOUSE 


B£^£ GOOD MATCHES. 




^o^^SS!^^£^ a ^ u '^l^^' , dee ^ 


»■;'''•' ''°V: " : ", '','!"'.',' .""! " """" """" "" 5 




to tbe San Frauciaco Ih.al.l, propos.s tbe fol- . riowcr., riuni.s, liibb.,','' cornier v.ha ... 






lowing sig. ificant terma of peace: ,.,.....■ .'"".", , .,. ' ' . '. 




POST OFFICE. 


"1. Have ten Secessionists and ten Aboli- ' "" "'»"■ 
























■t General amnesty. SEWING MACHINES, 


£w!HS,?H.'H: ::; " J ' :; '• :; " :; '"'' 


B. LIVINGSTON, Afml. 




| u-.tnl !.»..«■ .,!.... ..a.. 


A«„„ ..area ,» ,„ , eonai, ..ttl.n,,.!.. !S Jn 


K-I 





THE DESERET NEWS. 



5?.rTH AH3 L I B 3 R 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 



Xzav:,:^';;,, : , 



s^sssT'jsm 



I i ' M 1,1 t , ii _, , „'„' 

"-' ;;'y;'^;'''i > i.'';V!i,'i,4';.:j" a " , ,i' , " r ! ; '.', 



eady lo bo presented 
i of Chriat as follows: 



.1 unto you." Jesus Cliri 
followers lo Beek aometl 



and e.er) otti r M I i, , f ','. 

i'n"'| r, „"w',.,i T '' r s'"i"|!' J - N "' ''"'"""" ' ,"" 

of God is organized upon (lie earV'"nd°b''. 



Spirit ot it day by 
ch ot all, when the 



too independent for the, 
good. 'Acre never was 
people in heaven nor on 1 



■ ■ll.-.-'ii.-U-. 







S»'»-°^''""-'- 



ngdoin ot God wa 



. SJlRffS "Z I Zce'thf'"'' T "^ '"""I 



ois tin 



plain-, and. hey can alsodisn.it, 
"ith^himTo ' beir B °°' L ' r '"' y "' 



; ! "-.v eupp-e'. 'i,, l i".,.i' J i , "';."ii'-';;' Il , „',',' 1 
I:;;;'"/;" '■■:"', "< •." '■"•-■ a,„i ,.-i. c ,,,. 

'' '.'".' .'...ah' iV'be wis", St 



tin-m t'!i..7'",„ , f,,,, , !,"!i','.i\;','', l , 1 | , ;,]. : ' 1 l |' l " ,| ]l ' l i i l , ;; 

!aTe s 'v,"7'„','.','*h' l"'^;',! 1 ;,"":: 1 ', ''"""- '"' 
«i»,h..n ,„,,„, i',v „' l n l ,' , l ' 1 , ," v l i;! l :,' ] , 11 ;' 1 ^ I ,. h ;', 1 

llnir iinproveiiierls Mm who hav,. h„„ ,, 



'- ' "'' >>'* ■- ■<■ U'.-.e ish «....-■ i ., r„,-,„,, |, ,',;„.",, ,,',„. •'',, ''■'■■■ " l-.-.r.-. ..... 

'■■|;"|.l-> U»..l.„ ; ly r-!,..,!,.:,,,.,,,. I.,.!;,,,,,, .., , , J. ^ -.,7". .,, „; . ■ .,",'.. Iv' .'■'•'.,: "■' 

■';' :", bU ";,""■■."."- ■« "■ "■ "r„:.-,so. i- ,„(,.,i„ „-„,„.. ,„,.„,. ,'.;,/; 



d Spirit Irom them. Cornc.Yus is°a 
ice or this. The Holy Ghost fell oi 



,.i sare in -ayiic tl it if there was a high 
ay est u, fro,,, Inland fo the .bores o 



,:;:."';. y ,i',',v;, j' 1 ' 1 - "•*"■" 

■ Hi. lots cioi-smg the plains, or 

ele. A ,;. T „blic'n government 

f a wicked people ,„u,t tenoii,. 

" '.. the bands of 

•asu'r. of leading the first < 

1" fhesc ...11, „, ,,..,:,.„) | 
rellne,. J„ ||„ 8 u-luiss 

b'erty of relatii 

■Morion,,, 

-.....■ ol'l.ii,' 
.1 throucl. 



» in one little bake kettle. A good i 



::::,;:: 



=»»; 



334 br. Tose'p" """h 

company from the State or Ohio, pi, 



apirita. This wi 



fedt'nTb™.' £ ben. . c^cX^ 



wi.^perSoMthi 

,«.,., and suffering the hard.bi 



ill "I 



[?"■;«'?- „.■ ! .1,, tea,', el 

■,, " ""; God— "Ilr. Uriahs 
'.'.•t, ",";'.[.:J l:IJ *™°' Israel." 



-' ■■ '■■ ' Unit Joseph once 
h- "us talking upon the 

•" - '"'"'- "I ■■! iotlO, 



re arc scores of Khlen in 11 

for the reception' of IhThidy Gbo, 
not tnoee Cow lo p, ,ce a live! 



how lolay U, e to 






ignorant,,., what lam now" in r^ardto t, 
spirits and a o , ,,( ma,,k,r,d. lint I the, 



ha fear; and whan they have Vear* Uiey°are,* ]£ 
dang.r of What? Of themit.vei, Wut of 






• our ground., 
it is,, p.. T 

,,o,l„l„.,f Co 



J » s, et. ■■! ... ! ■!,■■ . .. ;,.. , tl ,, ,i ' ,. i .:, 

- ■".gdomof God ... its |..,i... ...„, or, 11,... |,;,ti„, c ----" - 

•■ with fiv 



I-"'- «f »"'•• He ted I 



oasposo kroaj. 



TIIE DESERE T SEWS. 



lH.Vn" "'^''^ jffH' Slim'"" o!!b'i'. t° 



A MOTHER'S COUNSEL. 



JEWELERS' GOLD. 



):r;:^:T^r c i^T^ 



[December 3, 1862. 

bat toy in shape. They are 

a.,,1 .ir'ecarned iiiih-lau all's 

' "'"of 'iluffa 
passing;, always Eiva 






.nij,, lorn ul' G« 1 i 



;ol.l the nppearni ca of pure gold Tin 
e by the aid parity, of what ,s li'ibn 
c.illv known .ifl the ooloi ing- p,d, in which 11 
melal is treated to an arid balh ot a certai 



as foninl in I In; shape of nuggets i 



.■ iii'rrior tal 

gold llie epph 



j mode of testing sug. 



' and refinement given 



spill and tbo body i 






Those who at ain lo the 






As riiMids ihe les'ing of !!,■ .;eNi:i. <-h. i 

,;,. I ,'..!■ , '.'l-r.. IS liolhlllj Oipiltl III snnpl 

•y or cHicacy In neighing II. !■ i, imp-; 



.cads, and to shirk t 



pi — n n.r l.hl oil' to'- mo ih; hnf pr a 



A CONFIRMED GRUMBLER, 
are time ago theio l.ved i . Edinburgh 



arre't'the hiddi.-s ..,,1 eggs "ere ixc.-l- 



r dinner, Sandy/' 



,„! Iholll h-'lMli- 3.11, "S,, Hill's 

slurhai.ee to-day; 1 stall not 



Tl, tcs'ingof "i lei's gold, ' v. ■■ ,1 , p.';", li '.-ken, roasted to a t'urr 

, Ihe manufacture e.P i I nils „!' ,,, "i, .. Mi , ,,,,„, | „ „'t eat roast c 



..1 ,1 1 Jii -Mill". pslhips Ihe ol.h 

n-uii'ng a piop.r relationship between <pi. 






SIGNATURE Of THE CROSS. 



as an iiistaoee ot the deplorabh 
of the good faith of the person 



.re. The word ,.'.iol. „r cMk o.ns sy 



h-.h. 






•■ .He - 



I Of ..U...I 5- 

' ' l"h','. ! pill' 






raying cylinders were the great fea- 
t were about the size of uuuuniug-tope 



Colloquy IN New Voiik. — bio.,11 boy, No! 
l_.S.,n., mother saye your dad's ehut Lis 

|',r.'te..,l to'b'e :,w y.'fo, fJaV lie 'II bayo'to gO 

"sinaR hoj; No. 2 -'No he haint, neither. 

II. 'a only sunt all the winders up .on account 



Decbmbbr 3, 1862.] 



TfiE -DESERBT NEWS. 



THE EXCISE TAX LAW. 



nterfeiting. or causing 






i I lie ,.\ Oo'Vlia 



slump Of ,'i-., or any |.,irt ot any siamp or di, 
whirl, slia.IL liaie l,...„ prow, led, ,„,,!r, c 
i I I n ,h act, or shall lore, 



n,!,!,!, shall make any! 



FACTS AND FLCT.ON. 



diVodiog .ball fo 
S-t. 105. An,l 
■ 'lim'by'VuSS 



Provided, That no e 
I, further, That any pn 



perBOir knowingly ■ 



'■;""■■; : al " 1 "''I'l-';";" 






llowed the lol owl, g 



««!! 5; 



' suu.ps i-,.,. J imi.I. r II,..- pron-roiis ,.| 



iii-r',' 1 ,"!' ;"',"„'':',.:,■!;";'.'',?, ','",', , ,' i i 

» no .Cue,.-, 1,1,' will, ai.i sla 
'■- ' ^ • n.Mir- H^<- nithstan,. 



, 1 hv U,n 3, ! !-,„- ■ Ilioed to a 

■»„-.[, or iianoi; ,l„; >',„',■- stamped 
tyUteil dollar''" Pioeoled. l'h!,'t'"„'l; 



effect, no expreBB company or its agen 



righl; go and i 
delivering to pr, 



li'nom pa I, 



II,' l.i'.M I a and pe. iodic. 

■I I' II, ':,-!:'. or Vl.i'ij per renl. 



-I.iri.i.l, ;/:». . 



irged with duly, as aloi 



:^;:^V::;rL';: 



t ol one Jobr. de Ba 
noflin about John 



We 1, den, you «ce litre's Baptist in do BiV., 
i- dere aint no Mif.dist, and de Bible's on 



180 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



% 



,ii:i:iim; or Tin: i.li.i-i.ai i lit. 



BUAS SMITH. ...Bonoa <»» ' ■■">»'" the II 

Wed nesday, December 3i IS«2. ,i„i, t 

mOuHliiS 01:' Tllli IV AH. Court 



liu.l.!,|o..,fur,nr,lylhe C,, 



The u rnber of 



! Federal treasury 



Gen. Simner'a corps has been several 
announce.!, but U has of late been very 

rally mol-istood th.V the ('oi.f-.l.T.t! ',-. 

compelled to by soma strateg.tic u.o, , 
rcjuctioil BboulJ be atlompted by Dm 



,., i.|. : ,.f their elrcnirlh, 1 1 u not p obabb 

that th'ywill risk a battle with Gen. Burn 
aide or aay portion of the army of the Polo 
mac, with an Interior force, and should Fred 
Kickjburg be the scene of a conflict with the 
\iew of its occupation by the Federal troops 
it may be expected to be as sanguinary, if no' 



l in« I'M inhabitants of the Ter 

of tin civil Administration sir 
|by the Territory, and the Fed. 



I. tune h.V 
ling it soon 
in July la 



Urn, ii-hl; ■ 

after Durnsidc t 
.o be generally 1 

• J.i.k.cn uilb J 



corps were report 



d, it not a wise, of Gov. Sam Jiedary.of Ohio, v. bo, asallcg-d, 
t. What it may does not know bow to apell h s name correct- j 
of knowing to a ly. D. It. Hawkins was elected messenger, | 
our right as a on the fourth bal ot, and H. Lewis, page, by 

set Dutllae of bis j The House of K-prcsenlatives crgvniMcv! 



ait pa-lou-ly; W. M. Cilleepic, Chief Clerk; t'haili 
public King, Assistant Clerk; John Bowman, Sei 

,, as all'geant-at-arms; Charles Carter, Meisengei 
nature! Cha B . Craduck, Pagr; J am es H. Boyd, Fire 

I on the mar; and Rev. Mr. Wh te, Chaplain. Ft 



of the Territory, each 51,000; of I 
bers of the Legislature, $10 per day s 

• paid out ot the Territorial Treasury 



'i'" 1 r, " 1J ' 'J' '"-' "V""' 

iwsaid to be fifty, ih'e . -rl.-ct 



method' by whicli ; The Honse pai 



L.NU.ii'.l'iSG Ml M, ll'.w, KILLS AMI .7 ", , 

UEGULATIOKS. I lhe Mcsnge of 

delivered until Tim 






..f I, .,.,,.», 
lb- l-'resi.l 



, wheels of L--:„:.,t,oi, -u 



easily menace H'a»bi„gl( 
unknown. Tbeir picket, 
nfic , seen near the Fotc 



i some of them, it was reported la t 



Roop," reported sloriesin 1 
1 other places in California 
Endian d'-predations at Honey Lai 

auentlyascertaineltoh'avehadn. 
a. It is believed by some I 



'"-"'■ '"""' I»,l an, or Cbinrae, shall be permitted tc-givi 

I-, ,.-„ — .- ,'., ;;,!,, lily wl.ieb llie Gov. ;!,,,, I., 
< : /f^l should be removed.' A majority of thepeopl 



emillest that might 



ind their families, and et 
hey now receive f.om gov 
.-cry materially-nearly 



Excessive legislation i 



Peace rorFarmer-aiV.-,,,..;, |,„„„. ,.;,;.,,„,]- 

the vacancies „cca<i,. 1 n„ ,, .|, v . ' ,,, ,/;,.-,, 

filled by toe County Court no* „', „.,, io „, by 
the a,,po„itin..|,t of |Vle, \ ,,, We I k .„ burs 

">»'» '".m.'r, and John I'. Sn-.ldekcr the 

latler vacancy till the next annual clecttc* 



December 3, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS. P'ttcr written by Pomeroy or .o». other in-|gr, 



N=; ;»a p; a ,„, u» .«----' -- s ;^„ ? : ;« vs ^sxzrz 



agric 



V 6" 



1 W S-l V b„; pol 



collection. :CS @ lacta i," It,; salt, »i) @ 3CI eta $ II) 

lallverablc in six "hc.it, W -It) (.7 S3.00, anil advancingj wool 

'Change in Hut- 'JUM'.la ctB; merino, $1.25 @ l.iiii- market 

nrniiii.l.'mivaMiglit. Sp.eir, goUand.il- 



The export, nf petroleum from Phi 



.,-,. „ ,1,,!., I),;-- '■■'-'"' , "'" , '"' r """'"" " mbe added to the lona, value,! at $:.l'.2,l' 

rich and Fulton ware luoeb ' ea "' !M ot tte government. The tax to Mr. Chase was reel 

w Orleans to New York, i P"* lhi . 8 i al " ad y enormous and increasing at 20 per 
n Fort Lafayett 






The city ot Vick.burg, Tenn., la reported 

;ol)te.leratc gover ,1 of S'Jii.iuiil r„r alloc, - 



mil,,.;, 



\vhch C the g °]er r gy'uaJ ! Tbe Nclv York ^V." is reliably informed] The Eoclcy Jlfouniaii. N, 
sprayc^^/thtpc'rrt! ' E " Slan,i tor " ,e ™«'™«™ of a Confederate from a pr. 



a" per daj ? I Orleans, in consequence of Gen. Bui 

COLORADO ITEMS. l"? n.ni.1. ir .. r „ i- .,„,. 



dent of the United Stiles, ai 
ihority," lo omit, every Su 
Order of the Morning Proye, 

service with the lytany. 

On Sunday the 12h of Ojl 
Rev. Dr. Goodrich was offic: 



Canada, has recently arrived at Mo. 
on the lO.h instant, '.tro.l from a quiet visit lo the Confedera- 
te east. He „,»' army in Virginia, and to Richmond, Her. 
g by Col. Larimer's ; l '""» f ""y impres.el with the detormin. 
! now being constructed ot power sufficient to 'regiment, 3d Colorado Volunteers, headed by tion '''"' »M'lty of the South to prosecute tl 
. devastate the northern coa.ts and annihilate the Rocky Mountain Bind, anil also by a war lo a successful isBuo. 
their shipping. The writer concludes that ' military company denomina'cl the "Govern- The unirorm success of Stuart's raids ga, 
"practically, England is now at war wilh the' o,'. Guards." He ia represented to have ris ° <» "ports '» Washington, that his nc; 
1 J United Slates," and that a formal declaration ' made eloquent address's on both occasions to | movement would be to carry oir the Preside, 
oseby, 

negroes were recently s lling id 
$1200 each, payable in Confed- 
| South, is beginning to suffer 



of General McClella 






after a scene r.f e 



energy displayed by the govern- Thetstregiment, Co) 

et abroal decidedly favoral 
f Ihe South. It ia asserted 
ous designs on the U. S. Senator- j expected to arrive at Denver shortly 

ousacd volunteers are reported Jot Missour -lining Ali Ill, 

cd from New York regiments. I Stales of Missouri, Arkansas, and 
lies amounted to $2.2 ,II,IHH, and the Territories of Nebrailta and Col. 



several divisions of I 



■L A .! 



Yick.b.iigb.w 



ndMly^rby theleg. 
yoHhei The first sno 
'v'/lfX On S ndayn 



provost guar.!., killing 



army of the Polomac gathered at the h-ad- 1 , f as things of common 

quarters lo Bay farewell to Gen. McClellan.; troop, in Ihe Colorado District are expe 

'The meeting was not a very convivial one, ] soon to be in the receipt of six months 
and the oi.lv toast wa B that | roposed by Mc- ten thousand dollars of which, as rep. 

Iclellau Wmself;-'<Ttie Army of Ihe Poto-' will be in postage currency, after whicl 



'tefi-tr^to 



ptiveby Beir-llii. 
npe.l in Cache v. 
:,Tnu„dayla.t,h 



v by ibe Journal o/Cow- 
incmentof blasphemy" 



s he was passing V 
ilige. 
The freighting bi; 



|t. De. 



eek to cover up their villainy by »« °' »«°"*«1 sublimity: 
testations of loyally, u-ilig Ihe "The Icr, |!.|.. H ghl r.f Ay i.'tanw 
"my government," .0 often that ^/j'O; .^^j. ,' lf "; Mc /:' ,\^' ,' e! 



tot smi.g;ling I qu; 



.he negroes of the di.trictof CI 1 a r H I I > '""' be ,n rket reports were: r« 

ElS2r£t,r 



Terrible dieaalerB among the shipping and 



THE DE3ERET NEW8. 



[DlCBMBKR 8, 1882. 



AflR»CULTtf R a.V 




able surges ions — the re- 
n year to year, if rendered 



tome six or eight inches, which will 
rve as a protection againBt injury by 

I should he leveled again. 

s procured in the fall may be kept un- 

for spring pl.-nhng, l>y l>iiryi,.g Hi"" 



EDUCATING, NOT BREAKING, 
YOUNG COLTS. 

V contributor of the Germantown Telegraph 
ich wc regard as one of no email impor- 
ts. He begins by stating that the educa- 
ile they are yet ) oung, is usually deferred 



/ ]M'.ji-[ty urges t 



nly cut short by ha 



ORCHARD PLANTIW 



f a colt shou 


J begin aaaoon as he ia weaned; 








Nov. 15, 1862. 


•fling will 


lave a direct tendency to over- 










The writer' 


language is so plain, his stig- 


The following on the culture of 




nted and so briefly worded, lhal 


Willow ia from the Runl N.w York 


e sliall allot 


luin to Bpeak for himself, with 


Having lately seen several inquirie 



Procure a birch slick, 2i> inrhps long an.j 
j>d HI iucliPH Ion- . ,,t Hi..- upper <>n I. Crank 



3 from an excess of a 



fut oil the top of the 



,;i,.i,i,.|i I...I . 



BASKET 
Editoh Desebe 



-i'm"!";!; 



' CULTURE. 
Vol. 11, will I 



:J^\VA;ui"o,!'„ft,r!" , 'Ag'™d" eI ' 1 c P . t i, 



! to cut olf the top of I 



ng throughout the Tel 



Put tbeui in a dry, 
not rot. It is a w 
tbat of most celln 



i fruit B r< 



very way, 



The mo9t ready way o 



: lag .,.■)>■ i 
me uiuei, pushing do 
keeping the line tic 



L good fence is indispensi 



» : °y hoeing, 

basket 

iinii.g willows f..r peeling, care should 

Ilia aoar-a -int 1 1 Ilia a ock'a u'low to llo 
a! a a|H, of a c 10, ,a* | , o a J . ']a 10 hl]1 ,. 



foo loo;, loo: paaparoo, . 



place a layer of c can rye Btraw between 
the laocrs of apples, when packing them iji 



Washington county t 
has been of good ciualit 



DacBMBER 3, 1862.] 


THE DESERET NEWS. 


182 


(general Notices. | 


(©etteral Notices. 


©literal Notices. 


©ettcral Notices. 


wTfTaNDERSON, M.D., ( 

m q "5S™ I "" fl ™~ ""' w '" 1 ' '" '""'" "*•"" ' 


p e c*"L","' , . t «.V;;,m!" 1 ;.:' ! .'",'," ".'." '■•;', :■.' 


WOOL CARDING. 
20th WARD "WEAVING FACTORY. 


NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 




Es-ils^ 


LARSEN & M AC I, F.I? V, 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 


ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE. 


"ps^jpi'iz", zi°r 


TO ARRIVE! 


oto*n«'«'So*BK», 




WALKER BROS.' 




TO THE L A D I Ji S. 
MRS. C0LEBR00K 

B»OTfiii i ssa?a&sji , sjsss 


& © OB 8 I ! 

1800 Packages of American and Eng- 
lish Prints, New Styles and Pat- 

400 Packages of Hickories and Checks 
60 Cooking Stoves, Small and Large, 
New Designs. 
5000 lbs. Sheet Iron, Light and Heavy. 


SIGN OF THE! GOLDGX LOOTS. 

ft 
C. P. WILLINGBEK, 


BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 


,fs„w,,..ZH:,I!,,„w 1 „. A ® 




TIN PLATE, HOLLOW-WARE AND 

TIN-WARE. 
15,000 lbs. Sugar and Coffee. 
6000 lbs. of Teas, fine quality, Hyson, 

Gunpowder, &c. 
BROWS SH.CV/TIHG, 

Denims, Cottonadcs and Drillings. 
700 Doz. White Granite Cups, Saucers 


!■": . r'i'H-S^ris 


LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS ! 

JOHN C. TATTON, 
IIAT MANUFACTURE It, 


J'V.S"'* - "'""' Tsnttiau w. m 'sou. 


IS .'': ,'.':H : !S 


HURRAH! HURRAH! 
NO KOBE MAD MATCHES. 

"ROBERT GREER, 
REAL GOOD HATCHES. 

Messrs. SAVAGE & OTTINGER 

PHOTOGRAPHS, PLAIN AND COLORED 
1VOUYTYPES, CARTES DE V1SITE, 

AMBRO TYPES, MELAINOTYPES, 

CRAYON AND SOLAR PICTURES, 

PORTRAITS IN 0:L, WATER COLORS 

AND INDIA INK. 








TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. 


School Eooks, Slat™ and LelUr ■ Taper. 

5000 lbs. of Tobacco, Sweet and Natural 


WANTED IMMEDIATELY, 

0000 lbn. CHOICE BUTTER, 

17-tl By WALKER BROTHERS. 




il^SS?; '■;■:■■ 


A Fine Assoiitmekt or 

CLOTHING, HATS, 
BOOTS AND SHOES, 

Soap, Camiloe, 
Gunpowder, Hone/, 


Sa=n^ w --" , sBPssjgtttr 


NORTHERN MAIL. 


Scylbes, Shovels, elc. ete. 


HiPi 


''IShk & MIltTIJV'S 




PASTE BLACKING 


SHS»^--^:~f'- 


GREAT INDUCEMENTS 

CASH BUYERS. 

KIMBALL '&~LAWRENCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 
LOW PRICES. 






(gT ire ij.ue no Maltha nor B.'acWilf; «»M 


LV. ■'""."„' r r "-i"' i'i'.'" ; , ,,'' r ,J;i'i.' ( 'i l ~ 1 .'."'. , iK"-.':"^t,''i 


BOTANIC MEDICINES 
MEDICAL DISPENSARY 
Dr. J. L.~DUi\YOjV 

\i. S. L."tur, ADJ. is, ism! _ ' > u 


aiuttr the brand of Ihe bt.b .. r u u . 


.^"K^jL'.tiiriU'.'^zj"!:^'"!"™"" 


PIANOFORTES, MELODECNS, AND 
MUSIC. 


TOOTHACHE. 
TOOTHAIHE TOOTHACHE!! 


II L. RAYMOND, 


immediate iteiie/, u-ilAouI jiaiii. 
r«£ ODOXTALCIA ASODYKE, 


FASHION AND ECONOMY 

MRS. E. G. READ, 

MILLINER ASD DRESSMAKER, 


, :,. 1 V,UM.T.o».M«,. 


WINE! WINE! WINE!! 


E;^HSHSH:H'S^';E';!"^; 




SSSiCZ^v " 


'CLOTH -MJISIlFACTOuif 

GEORSE BONELLI, 13th W.ird. 




^iS^^:^S- 


Pianoforte and Melodious T«ntJ mid A.- 
paired. EMIrc MU/URm S*' ro "i"j„ 0K j, 



184 THE DESERET NEWS 


[DecsMber 3, 


1882. 


PROCLAMATION- OP THE GOVERNOR] Legal tender notes are reported at from 14 herding notice. 

OF UTAH TERRITORY. to 10 por ccllt> digcount on the Pdciflc . TTwu^r S " e Snck * nil h " v " "" Tu" "V' ,i/' 
Man In all ag s of the world, in th- devel- 1 Jud ? e McKinetry, of the Seventh District, r .> . n / 'r " .'-' "rVi ► '. -V,' /' U , ■ "" '! i'.'i '"" V. r "' "r ' ! 'n 'i"t I'V'rii- 'i''' 

ofinriit -!' I.m u,nr;,\ „. ■,., hn : , a.M rJ oi ( .Hlrn- CiliTomia, recently resigned his office, jeliev- ^.'V^,!;','', 1 ; "[,.' V.--Vc !,' ,!,'- ','.,.", ''.\l\ "',', ,V, .Vv ', ,i V,!'.," !.' ! 

l im| ili.-i'. lie is nut It^s a religious than asocial hig that he could realize more money by su- wii.ti- i ,,.vi,r, ,,,,.■, ,.. n-i . ..r.-~t, 

l "'\n'' , l' «■ 1 ■ h" 't. f t th P printen( * in C h '8 mining interests in Uumboldl |l! i', M " 1 , „ l '.'' llr L,t "' , ! !" , r r i 7;'',' l ,',',",', | '''."j.V !',',' .''iY^'V..' 

rude iilt.ii of iho w itnl<-iM i; IMjr.-w amidst to officiate on the bench at a B.jl.iry of hvr ,..,„■. , ,,...,.., ., ..,. ,,.,. _ 

eimpie ;unl iii.in- triiitluii^' iir-li.f llir- Minim. " ' scrip. ^ crp»k: Saml. HulHncr, Aii.«ilca^F..rfc.^ ^ G00K 


lfl 


HI 


1 


S:}&^S§m^' : '» Sr s "' ^ : *°" kb ""™ ; ls7Si ;,'! ':i? H^i? r,; ; H 


5,00! 


1 


'Cli.it will, .hi tlim tin- nt Ma"»ver crv'n" ' am ' llie naine8 of lD -Ose w ' 10 insist on deposit- STRAYED, 
■Qt like a wandering outcast ° .ing paper funds are placed upon a black lint, TjinriM m,. f . . r- r, , ■,....■ .. ,i,„ ,.. irrVi lt - ,, w _, rrK „ n 


1 


^'^{f^i^ 1 ;': ',:/'.' 'iEv^i!7 J Zii f ,l'iN l 'i'o" JHavvici): ! T" v.^;';.'; v., ".'?;, ; ' ;". :; :;;' ^.'A'^lT.'/i:."^: 





SS.TIKSfK! 



BicJ»: 



::i!i , !:»:::::;;;.' 



|4.;.M!y 

nlougliBha 



; l ."r'.'r„M,"!„';:;. , i" s " ;t*" ! •"" ''•"""•• "^ • A',!,;v,,-: ,"."■:..::■ 



-'-•! FIRST CONCERT 'r»----^f^T 



"By gory felloes of th, 



X>13S5E5X£33^7 



§||$^|f *H^ association 9S^;~.E;r u i:: 



"urbleellng cou n'l'i'y ! Vi ,,','t ' ti, .■'^'"Iu-I.'-uViom ' GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, ^ ««? 

.1 .TnS"'^".."^^ wrt^S" d P o"r, f " J a fr ,;" °" """"r £„«,„,,, fleecier 9/»; 1SC2. ^ 
Si o'GolT!!po'i ft?" h "" disI " ea8ure " a Doors open at o'clock. Concert to com-' 

T:„T.l..r.-, I.s,|.„,„s. 1 1, r ..i„ Ci Governor. ' mc.ee at 1-2. pjWB 

Thur.°aT"tKr« dtSr'ti 'janwry pel I"' L Tkk ''"' 5 " " n "' in Cash ' s; °"I>«y ° rPr °- TT^ 









In testimony whereof, I have I hesry drdce ~ ^ '-'l "\'^ ''T ' " !1 '"'" '' '' u ' l! "" TL ' r w >u oturV.a'":. 

? hereunto set my hand, and ! nxi;;:ir'ii >i <Y., .1 n ,,.j su 'ber,C- ,'w, \' v 'I''. i'.>."' r . ,'" ', " " IM ' J,tUit "-" 1 '■■-■"<■■■■ i. 






CALIFORNIA ITEMS. 
It is stated that th. ro arc is the S'. 

thorn there are only four women, at 
i those who escaped last summer, b 



There was a firo in San Francisco on the I A i^'I'm!",''!^ 
norniDg of the I(kb of Nov., destroying a con- ' io?itrut*bi. iiui 
iiderable amount of property, the office of the 



FOR SALE, 

A. GUITAE 



relimina-y mec ing of vine growers n-as 
■ re. to promote the wine interest of Cal- 



'.-"J-| GLOBE 

■—"BAKERY AA'D DIS1S6 BOOB. 



R^: 



I ioor lo Po.l OJlct 
B. COL1CHU 



FIRST CLASS SOJRD 



O '::;,":;:;,':', 



OATS 

BARIET. 

for . wKrca ras highest 

WILL BE PAIDJ ; 

Jfpxy jir raj ozi) stand 

MFIHIjIMlt 

POST OFFICE. 

h. Liriycsroy, j, n i. 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



ilD 1I33P.1-; 



NO. 24. 

PRBSlDMn MESSAGE. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1862. 



VOL. XII. 



''fhwdiJ'c"' Hh'''c' '",''■' K fr'v""' ;;"" '..-.".'.. ii..- "i....r ,:.. .';;."':.,■ , ' l - .v:,\-. l i','„^ ,.,,,!,:;,,;: "\':::":'l:1'\:z-a"? fi'l^l 

^o^r"VrV»mmm«.' C °""'"""" lal'V'''' '"' '' '''''""■""' " ^'^ »' ''l'"''' '"'' ''''"'' " - -■! n-'',,',,-.;, H ''v.!tl, t l5y™ B ClV th"'rc- 



Tin 1 suspension of specie pay 



lable. In no other w.i, |\„i niii! '.',,.„ ',„ ',:",'' j - '-. \"!'.;,',.. , ,V'.'.l" n'ii'l'i 



Ill 1 II;,, iajoeveralof" 

,erew,;h an „,, ,,l m,, ,.,,, .,a,,,-,-„ I, .,, ;1 h« pre, 



tiffing than it has nana 
might reasonably apj, 



fc«i„n, 



tla .honl.l ever bo kc-i.t in The o vp,-,,<l it ur.-n al 

■a „i ll„- i-iln, of, in an,.,- re.,, t. The am. 

,, an.l. ,o r,-,ii„-e il„-s. II,,,-- >i:i lillli.T.sn II. 1-ui 






""""■'I ,-C po --, -.-I 111 .1 ,1-,-,,-, ,r I,-, a- -illy -,,-k,,-,|.,;.,-...| i. -I,- no., .,,„! ,.,,,- nb„„: Ml!.. „, .,- , | „,'h ,|„. „ „ 

pective. terntoties, op n c,„i,l, :!,-,, , wl,„ I, e,t g,i n-1 .-.gains! ,,„,„; an.! ,, ,-,,-,,,■»,., I . y.-ar ,-|- i«. d h- ,1. lien-my in Ihe m-bl r 

""» '"' •■I'l.l, plat ami bomai.o r.-h-r... ,l„„l-ll„l „lir'h-r a , .,-, ,,1.,1,-n „r T, I the |,.,. u „„s year «-.,-, M",5.il ,'.lhY, '"i- r 

and irayti are yet the on'y c-u.Hi,-, Si ,--sn„-,-s, p -, al, I- 11, ,.--;,, I , 1-1, -1; II.- '.,,1 n-c ,1 '-,-,-.,r 11 »,, ,,-d , 1 to tr- 



oll af:crward» f,' 1 "!''" 1 . 



'-^-"anT'Tr" 

, ,,•,,,,,! .'in,- 



irgan- Tile Post Master Oi 



tries (roui the Un 
: The new com, 
1 United States a . 



Ma&... 



: 'H!''i^' } 'Tv-h' 



"7" r <'^<-^:\ b--n.L' .imr.-im in .i|>- 



| 1 I I! A. i I 



, China and Japan. I greatly improved, and the nc 



S9HHi™l,!rr, 



The llocn-tary of the interior reports as to. 



ion of the alive tra.l- I- ,s b it ,,,'--, Tun ,,,.---.,-> a.,,,-, .all-.- an ,'ies 1,. J[™co, o;i,-r-,l t- 

tion, with a good pro-,,..- 1 ol emp'ou- (.'-..'a lliea, .N'ic.ii ago 1, ll.u inras, IMuiind charge tin 

as. Ills on tl,:a ,., ca.ion a r-al pie ,- Cull. Hon lor th 

acknowledge that the extension of it Tli- - ,-m ni--"-ii .n-l-i II,-- -■-!-.-,,' l--n Willi euiol and 

e part of her JMaj-sty'.i goiei i-.m- nt tms the H- r „bln: of iV-w 1: -,-,, ,,l 1 clostd its eea- 1 The rec 



rightaof their 1 1 I, 1 1 | ,, 1 ding to revive the 



J,,-„- l.-:„.- „,-,,- -.-.5.!,s.<j. 



eject under the act of Co 



, U. S. a.mUhe Un- 



forced in a aeaao,, of --,--.,; ,-nn ,,-iai a, !',.[-. -.,! Si.i-es will I. ,r,-pe by an Atlantic'tcl, 

I n Sin Iranci co, to connect by . 

!t"!TcM°"»..\ C ocr,,^ across the Rnssian'Empir' 

r.igners rea.de and carry on a tra-h- ,,-,-v, T,,e T a.,, -sot Hie United State,, wit 



from public land., J.1.VJ be,:! 77; from 
■oaa aources, $'.1111,7811 6t. From 
all foiina, 5>.)a'J,li'J-J,3liO 51). The 
, $257,005 5U waa the balance ftom 



The Treaaury Her 



Tbe dmbnrsemen's doring the same period mice months now ,- ;--.,'.. ,1 „,„-,, by lb- In 

were: For Cong, ea.,o,,al, Eana, ive ami t.-rinr and not l.y the Ti.-aai.iy 11, pai'tn.eii;. 

JnJ.cial i--., P . a-a.'-.'-.'-l-,. >L";ior form-,, 'lb- imlmn l,,l,e. ,,,„-,, ,'„r I, ,--,-, !,,-.- 

,11, arcane, S.1.-J ,'j,7 1 J IT,; l-r mi ..-ell .. no- n . dining il,e pl.t lean ',,,., ,1',-ale.l .,;-:, it,, 

o.l.Vr''l!l!-'-' clni'i'-:'-., ''H I l'-''.7,-l W". V'l '- '.. 1, ,h'o,i'\,',-'inily.' " L ' ' 

po so under lb-- lni--.or ,1- -p., ,ime„> , ;-U , lli'J,- '1 he t a oc, ■-,,, y 1,-g the Indian country 

',--:, .,'-, l-r V.-ard.-p.ii,,.onl,....,i:ii\. aonth --f I. an., I...I the.r all,-,,, ,. 



examine and adjuit"s'uch oomplaih's. Tl.u 
^•position haj been especially made to Great 
U itaiu. to France, to Knain and to Prussia. In 



»h!ch". 



alf of the ownere of the Nor- 
, "Admiral P. Torcicna,»Itiolo, 
-ai, in May, 1801, prevented by 






folly maintained. The 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[Dn«JlB2it 10, 1862. 



white uttUmratl by all the tribe 
lb. Mississippi River and the Ho. 
taini. 

The State nf Minnesota ban rati 
Injury from the Indian war. Alar 
of her territory has been depopi 



2KS5Sr*:2.$! 





tll«r« 


,b, ib. 


eighth of our pop. 


of III- I'nil-.l Sl.l 






> or in b°e r fo a |e°"be 








eeordbglyu&o 








ame 


ball ba 


vsa £■ * a 









'"' , ' I ' • I ' r ' I I 

1 ,'.','„;;,', , >!i , , '„,. , ' > ' ' "" r,'V!.\^.,'e.!n""v'''i'. , '',t r 'i',, , i'." 1 .,r';.'.'i.;!r'.^ 

I, | I I I 1 a 






Ih- l'o'ii.L"'i,,lei',..',H ni i'i'i in'".||".|Mi'.iii'i' 
frien Is ami hero i.e the fruitful suurct ol a, 

3.?^HfE. , ;';. l .. , r.'.;:r.:;r,::: 






'Jtt&XSFU 






'in.'. ,'"..''i I. '.' .' ,." „', .. ",'",! south are in 



cr5"oTwh^«m 



*bppwt8o?o„°r°c!o° 

y for sustaining a de: 



::l .n-liii) i».|n, i;.i.-.i.r,:i. r .n. 3-M.7- 

lSjt). a3,lS3,8,li; rati.. 3j 87 1110 I860, 

31,833, 7UI); ratio 3". bS-1 u. Ibis shows 



befor/its c u'sm 



ill object; yet, tha 



nse,|„e„tly how 
i/lV'; iwj, 5,.. tail 



I'.ijii and 1'1311-saj about tn-'o-oiir ten 
lory, at 73' j to the square mile, being - 

fir ty to n.ni .in '17.1Sn,l,ii(l ; ami ,, r ,i 

o..Uh'th.' charices' by'Cfol^anTov'i? 

dis.u.inn, or by lung i^linusting liar, btiii, 



;;:;:ii:.s";j: 






| A„f,cr. E - K very 



' etoancipation progresses. This mignl 



This might not be reg 
consent of the people 



December 10, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS 



ady is, thai I etrwi^ly f.nor i 



-„.. ,.'->■• 

I- it .l.inb'.e.l, then, that the 






ng for eu,ne,t a>.pe, 



alty distributed among I 



ith difficulty and ••». 



in.'.." i'h'J lo.l'ii «,ii' iu'rY"i_i7i°iX ■■! 



I.:.;.e id lb- e.u'li. U.liei lunh- in 
ed. This can not fail. The way 
.peaceful, generou-, jin-l-a liny iibn 



THE COLLIERS OF SANPETE. 



i:, ,■..!,.,..■: ■ | ill ..,.■,!.. C.ngrea., [believe they considered too grievous to be patiently 

11 I'l borne by them any longe, 

ees! Butwljil I ll' known to the public by the publl 

II , [I I , 1 nv color ! of the doc 



i Ntm. On perusal of 



c :,;;;;: 






generally cc 
is, and if there is any 



After reciting their gri 



two-fifths required to Le paid I 
"Ytrttoej/sd'optiVnTl «ive in produce.' The price of cok 

Handing this |.la 



l5-p-.....hei 



■ by l.lll 



FROM MEXICO. 



ed that they would not till the en 
r. Their forces are Btated at thin 
.1, and the Mexicans expected t 
ce that number ef well appointed 
glenoiv in the field, ready to operate effectual 
d save the Union for ever. the time should arrive for action. It i 

Ltd n ?oSe g C™erefro V i'Ih.° f natiKy?h; ■•»««> "»> ""* *'»« <° 6 »" '» ' 
.ef magi.tr.Ve Li M,', „., A , ,n. 1 for- confident of success. Those who hav 



■et I trust, I 

ability II- in: 

vant of rcspei 



urn in the approaching Btruggle 



THE CITY OF ZH 



i Mm n.ui.s. 



r"ti 



hen .peaking of th. 
dark age, he .aid, 
by the crusadeB, the. 

he eaid, has greatly 



speech, full of intcre: 
Tuesday, 25th. 



:■■ number ul pmnhel a a. 

„!.|''b, 'I'ln- Sins n',',.. u'l'i, Til 



m ,', l|,| i'i! 1 . : ' l r'!'l' 

i by (he speaker, (ha 



i i iv„n llnil li In: ml amen bit rlnn. ; ! ]u .: ::' nnnl I, \ lb,, ['rojiliel ,: in! Ilia early c.iliiertH, 

, hard lloei, coiue aiaM no more. ' I was' o".l .'■ "i ;'.,1 nia.'l'.iia'l.,,,,',. I ua'shia prophet, 

— | being album. 1 l.nir ivivmi mnl as man) m.nei:- 

ORDER EXTJIAOKDINARY. !«'■" ' ) |.'ea„,l. 

| On Friday 28 b, Mr. John Milton delivered a 

: Internal Revenue enactment requires be" "i Aliment Amyria. In proof of the 

istobefixcdloeveryk,,..:., ■.,,.„■„',„.-, '".'.. ;■','." '"" i" 1 '" ," 'V^.. .^'"1. ","! 



might 



t fearing ■ the hi.tor) 



.ipiimllle, 



ml ,lei-,,nla:in. 



by disobedier 

tares of any other description than llioje t0 Hie mandates of heaven, tho Hall wa 

ached to give Ihem validity. Marriage cer- 1 On Hi- V I ii.it , Me rbar'.ei r. ,!,.. n, 
ificates rot having been named among those Cl'^''.^^'", nT,','',", n h ' ,'.,',' !;"V,:','.;: 



uppO! 



SEVENTIES HALL LECTURES. 



bed by ( 



ml JM r"d l.m 



cCu^d'on mT'eo! 
of Ihe Miseiesippi, 



UulVbe^'/a't'lil.'.'ln. 1 , 



ry longevity Is not. 



THE DESERET NEW! 



[December 10, 18G2. 



%l$0ti 4>)„ '," 



EL1A8 SMITH ...EDITOB ANIt PUBLISHER 

«>Jiins(lay.....l)<ccnibcr 10, I8G2, 

MEETING OF THE LEGISLATURE. 

The meetings of Legislative Assemblies, ii 



omised by some ot the mcmbei 
rvices done and ptitormed" 1 
ring camp rigr, cither for the ,„. 



1 this Territory, and I 



that body in Ibe Stale lit. 

vert called to order by R. L. Campbell, esq., 

or was elected speaker, and Thomas Bollock king arrangeme 
:lerk p o l.m. On motion the speaker pro Major McGai 
l.m. appolnled a committee, consisting of the night of tbe 

credentials of the members . 1- e , who report- next day, in t 

John Taylor, ll.rain B. Clawson, Edwin D. inained at Willi 

Woollry, Joseph A. Young, Albert P. Rock- the Dili, when tl 

wood, John V. Long, from Great Sat Lake passing Brigba 

Couuiy; Albert K. Thurb.ir, Lorenzo H Ibe mountains o 

Halch, Aaron Johnson, from Utah County, river ferry befo 

John Stoker, Ju.lson L. Stoddard, from Da. is ing. 
and Morgan counliep; Loren Farr, Tnomas' On his arriva 

Dunn, from Weber County; Jonathan C. i„foiuie I by a j 
Wright, from Box Elder County, Pet 



, Doe- as. Th-conim .ml I 



aylight on Saturday morn 



Morula! , 'he Major fooal I 



The first of the affai 



landing the stage 
lirection. The an 
rrytbing but the 



dick N. Allred, Madison D. Hambleton, from , c0 „.s on which it was constructed 
Sanpete County; Thomas Callister from Mil- a p ar t w hen the ice commenced running to! 'a' 
lard County; Atnasa M. Lyman, from Beaver 8are them from demolition, and on hearing of J ha 
County; Silas S. Smith from Iron County; ibe approach of the eo'diers, the Indians had . ho 

George W. Bean from Wasatch County, and thereby intending to make it impossible for j kn 



by electing the following officer 
rson Pratt, sen., speaker; Thomi 
L. Can pbe! 



»g Sal 



r, ,o,o,i..r n.ri pair,.,; msl .ln'ioirs, ,■ liner 
lccful atato of things at the scat of govern- 



encampment of the Indians bring I 'he right that the 
ssistant clerk; Jam. s D. Boss, oergeant-at- ' in ' f„n view on a bill ieyood the Mala It' others, have to 
rms, James Ure, messenger; James S Brown/ During Saturday night two Indiana were j E«nt employees in 
jreinan; and Elder W. W. Phelps, chaplain, captured by the guards, and two more dent that had sue 

. ..hour individually, Chief Justice K.ni.ry „., S ay mnrnin". On Sunday, as Sla- ! neetlon Willi thi 



l message was icceived from Ibe Conn. 
louncing that that branch of the Legisl 

: Assembly I ad completed thin otgani/. 



J. Meeks, to the 






amp by Monday no 
lad been taken pr 
In the course of I 



„,- had passed a resolution adjourning the Le s is 
ng lative Aseembly to the State House, wbicl 
ni- was concurred in unanimously. A commltlei 



the Historian's Office .1 few c 
specimen of tobacco, grown : 
tuied by Mr. W. W. Rily at Pro 



effort having been ma: 



r House on Tucs- Sunday night 



ay, at three p.m. 



The 



isly [adjournment in the Slate Hou-e. Tbe stand- the ml ire command before tbe dawn ol 
,|y j ing committees were announced, after which 1 Monday had safely crossed the rivi 
tbe ' a joint session was held, and E. Smith elected Upper Ford and were ready to offer 
rat Public Printer, The Governor informed the >ai,« battle, which it was believed the 
on- I Assembly through the joint rommittee ap. ' accept. He also Btates that at abo 



plug, and color of the article an 
go far in establishing its rnjalit] 

vation" in consequence of Ihere 
well pleased with Mr. Riley's 



effect an organ zalion pre- som. 



ca^iz. 






Patrick Lynch, Esc 



is results, wh ch we fear, if not now, ! tnat " wa " """ ** t0 """* deserved ap- 
eventually prove unfa.o,,!,!.. If the ?<»'«; »' ^ZTPl^'o th"^.'"^! 
Migjily whV e p C e°d V th«lhey Ll S j J."^^!.^^,^ 1 ^ ^ 
off on Friday 'evening next, 
van.cntircly now programme 



r ght; but if they h,v 



will 



] ;> 



111. ir way towards Bear river fei 



ty the Uoosc, adj ruining tbe Legislative As- might have prt 



OUTRAGEOUS AFFAIR. 

Yesterday afternoon, Main street w 

thrown into the utmost confusion and ala 

, by the disgraceful conduct of ono of the oa 

drv.nk that he lost all management of 
, horses, and drovo with Buch fury througn I 
streets that it was only with great difficulty 



we shall confess to have undena 
La'l.e'cii'y a'ni'l'i'rs ei,i'i-c C n B ]""' 
SACS FOR" 1SC3. — The Desi 
for next year is now ready for d 
ley may be had at the Coon' 

Ibe D,scr-t News Office, ltd 



ouglae, died on the -ml. oil 



Deceubek 10, 1862.] 

progress of the war. 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



mid be done by t: 

been regularly F 
■unity of dislii.gi 
He 8 ,ys, that tl 



Bernardino, on the 



ce to gain "™> ;''"J'''":. > 

lality and your rigbUwcii 
from San] The enthusiasm is re,, 
inced that real, 
lot and so- j The Atlantic Telegraph 



0( foundlan.l. The; 



Ar. bin -linn Hugh™, tie great Cath 

Ef£iLVftE e «£"'i""" d ' to " Ef " 

irepared. There Is no love tor the Uni 

I, 1 In i tl I r» I 111 \l 

ilsed; trealcd in conversation in the si 
lontcmptuouslangu.gcas in might cmp 



cputed saga 
nd, by the a 



lately 


written a 


lands, o 


Wash 


ngton Territory 


or Va 


ngthe 










f the Re 






R ver.o 


ot the Unison's Day Tert 




relau.l 


to New- 


fheb 




t, , i„ me tl,cir 1 'Ll' 




gto a 




..« !,"■., 


a't'ion a' 




elily paid 




t the de 








receiving 








Hear I 






Eev. Ev 




, of New York, in 






,g order, 


rangue t 






d popul 














monthly install- 


God, h 




ad forsaken the 


land. I 












Thepe 


ng orde 


r. These 


pie l,.,d b 






beirtro 








t long 








nteiprisc 




lion In 


avor ot human freedom. 










that the people b 








doreed 


ho proc 












and He ordered 




" " 


rfoiwiu, 


tospc.ik 


The 


eoplo, by the el 


clion j' 



t; 'ii. 1.1 .InsiJ 



ay ( to apnea 

c "| C °Thea 

ck Slope an 

mt'.dedupl 



|oppressed, 



nd dollars. By the li 
led to the National Sai 



"I "The city of Sacramento, fron 

,| The manufacture of turpenl 
e has been commenced at Maryavil 
s ' Hart and Jaco.son, who have a 
o' capacity of a thousand gallons, 



large, only about four thousand pounds, I 
'they have made arrangements wi h a man 
; furnish them next season with regular supp 
tj be obtained from pine trees growing on t 
foot lulls iii Yuba county, where there 1 



iRcpublicans. Oft 



The I.i-ii.l. 
n alarming , 



of the Federal army, defying, dauiiiinj institution of llavel 

a full regiment ot one live. They bowed to the Slavs poi 

ten, only seven were now God might forsake the land. If 

28th Illinois regiment, quity should be persisted in, tho migl 






j From the manufacture of i 
ere has nothing transpired of late con. sin by those gentlemen, fa. 
ngGen. McClernand's expedition; that anticipated by the citi/.ens 



.'ESTERN NEWS 1 



UlsCLU. ', .nil'-. NEWS 111 \[ = . 



The National IWalligeiirer contains til 
iwing, which is signiScant of the predeter- [do not c 
iliialioiiot Mr. Lincoln to avail himself of to be fo< 



The Toronto (Canada) Icada 
prophetically that, "a civil war w 



e Pacific of late. The 



Gen Wright, coinman 
f the raciuc, at the ea 


ing the Depa 


he citizens of Honey La! 




aB given orders for a co 


ipanyof cav 


ake post at Snsanville i 


uring the Mil 






lleged to be troublesome 




ed many depredations. 


The press 


ed. Gen Wright furthe 


piobably, be 



f It is said that there are $15,000,000 i 
a honued drafts in the Treasury Depaitn- 
I The Jejf.rsoriian, a Pennsylvania j 



Tn.. N.mv 1 ■ I; JJ.i.i,' ■' ,. 



fifty dillars, and the s ipply 



eg.icy by the Buchanan Ada, 



NEW 110 111 MUirH 



spring for the Mr. Lin, 



eports from the Co 



uated about forty miles be- jtion given him by the ci izens 

nlya short distance from N. J, responsive loan intro lu< 

|l*y Mr. Andrew Dutcher, Sje; 






THE DESERET NEWS- 



[Deciubbr 10, 1861 




ABSTRACT 



Barometer, (out of repair.) 


40 


-| 60 ~ | 42 


Tl 


enn.rn.tH in oper, air. 


7 a.m. 
30 




Dry Bulb. 


' 7 a.m. 1 2 p.m. I "p.m. 


42 


| 48 | 4-i 


Wet Bulk. 



COIM.nrlOMMH,!, 



ion for general gratification. We have l 

etl to the contrary, tbat such a Departmen 
in connection with the Bureaus of the Goven 
was almost indispensable; and that, 
usly conducted, it would prove one c 
the greatest auxiliaries in developing the in 



; open air during the month: 

Max. 60". Min. 2.1° 

e amount of rain water that fell . 



! .lelrglitiul'. 
clear. First i 



ucb at sea. They wil 



fits of thia Department will not only be c 
led to "a large class of our most valual 
;cns," as specified by Mr. Lincoln, but 
entire mass of those truly "moat valua 1 
tens," whether prominent or obscure— I 
gent as the affluent— whose daily, hon 
j, in our country's past illustrious care 
e more than all others brightened t 



gives the following 



We may also state, 



The value of woollen goods produced wa 
sixty-eight millions, eight hundred and sixty 
five thousand, nine hundrej and sixty-tare 






Ohio Peach Cr.-r, — it 

\\- ■',[/;', mV, t, .,1 !),■ , .111. 

Wuili. lu, farm-is in il 



WEBSTER AND WIRT. 

Daniel Webster was once engaged In a ca: 

c'iniYl "'-is Wil iai'i Wirt, aulhor of th. 
•■Life of Patrick lleniy," "Inch ha ' 






vfiy f..ir r 



REJOICING OF THE CONFEDERATES 

OVER Til! 11 EM'LOird 

ON THE SEA. 

Confederates appear to be in hi*h git 
ie recent piratical exploits of the All 



ur.pro'.al.lr, under these i 
at w- ...ay «m."S< M, m.us. 

f h.niL'ii rti.nls. AIT r ou-b b 



wn. In some parts of Pennsylv 



Ohi 






orable 



ply of the staple article of syrup has been 
chiefly accomplished during the past two or 
three yearB. That Itie amount produced there 

the country be more ^directed to swclli: g the 

gar trade with the Sou'h ceaso for ever. 

Tb« production of marketable molasses 
from the sorghum we regard as the sure step- 






1;mil;1j, ami tiirnii.- to Mr. W. b. -ter. >;n 

wi'li.m! .I'nnioiiiL' u[.;'' w ln.ii was a-a.Miln'l t 
and Mr. Webster's client won the case. 






lew York ami IJosttu 
k if practicable; bv 

,' i 3 pr',ut.cal.k, ai; 

cli supply the rese; 

destroyed, or even I 










men will extend their work of destruction on 




the "High Seas," and become a greater ter 
ror to the merchantmen of the North than they 
hitherto have been. The Richmond Dispatch 


goods. The result will probably be tliat fab- 








cellently on ieiripeian L c-wl;e n t ober. Sail- 










of Yankee properly upon the high seas by 






b?u« e SXYra\KTvfl^ 






L'....,!..!'-. ci Mm l.:f>V bv ti. ll.-ron, was 


t u 1 J. .mentations of these '•tbylocki ' our 








N-'-liin* can rnual the satisfaction which 


Life," were, on the contrary, composed in a 


they experience fr.-m robbing other people. 






themselves. Th.- vital p.. rt of these gemry 




i.es in their i , ^; U; ;^;/; 1 ; , ;;;- u ^^^ li ;; f 


;is ,i wri.i , ho fxcl !..■■! in pathos and charity, 



declai 






,i:.l,' ( 






is women's n-hts 

at all. It is wo in eirs rights to feel pleased, 
though her hu^bamt brings a fru-n i unexpect- 
edly to dinner. It is women's rights to ha 

croaching on those of her husband. And, 
finally, it is a woman's right to remain a 
woman, without endeavoring to be a man. 



December 10, 18011 



' E W S , 



©cncrctl Notices. 

W. F. ANDERSON, M.D., 



ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE. 



©cncval Notices. 

WOOL CARDING. 



101 



©eiural Notices. 

i __KEW ESTABLISHMENT. 

■*m — % 

i LARSEN &. MAGLEBY, 

| WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



th WARD WEA'V 



©tncral Notices. 



SIGN OF THE GOLDEN BOOTS 
C. P. WIIXINGBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



[/•;,:: 






X00K TO THIS, ECONOMISTS 






TAKE PARTICULAR HOTICE. 






f/;::," 



F ;i .-;v 






WiRTliD I.71MEBIATULY, 
6000 lbs. CHOICE BUTTER, 

. BROTHERS. 



TO THE LAD IE! 
MRS. C0LEBR00K 






HURRAH! HURRAH! 
IV O MOKE BAD MATCHES. 

ROBERT GREER, 



REAL GOOD MATCHES. 



TOOTHACHE. 

TOOTHACHE TOOTHACHE!! 

Immediate Relief, without pain. 

THE ODONTALGIA ANODYNE, 



WINE! WINE! WINE!! 






Messrs. SAVAGE & 0TTINGER 



I'll roc; RANIS, PLAIN AND COLORED, 
IVORYTYPES, CARTES DE VISITE, 

AMBROIYPES, MELAINOTYPES, 

CRAYON AND SOLAR PICTURES, 

PORTRAITS IN OX, WATER COLORS, 

AND INDIA INK. 



TO ARRIVE! 

'WALKER BKOS: 
GOO D S ! ! 



400 Packages of Hickories and Cheokl 

60 Cooking Stoves, Small and Large, 

New Designs. 

5000 lbs. Sheet Iron, Lightand Heavy. 

TIN TLATE, IIOLLOW-tYAKE AND 

TIN-WAHE. 
15,000 lbs. Sugar and Coffee. 
C000 lbs. of Teas, fine quality, Hyson, 
Gunpowder, &c. 

BftOWS SHEIVTVISG, 

Denims, Cotlonadcs and Drillinei. 



FANCY SHIRTING, 

5000 lbs. of Tobaoco, Sweet and Natural 
Leaf. 



Gunpowder, Honer, 

InSlffo, GI.Vi, 

Scythes, Slioi',,' -, ri.:, ,.[, 

GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

limk & mirwT 



PASTE BLACKING 



FIRST PRIZE WATCHES! 



MilNIIFlCTOBI 

B0HELLI, 19th Ward. 



II. L. RAYMOND, 



GREAT lKDlICEJUfl 
CASn BUYERS. 
KIMBALL ~&~: LAWRENCE 



MERCHANDIZE, 



W PRICES. 



THE DESERET NEWS 



[December 10, 1862. 



SANDWICH Ruby Valley were diireneir, a. r.ported, by .«,„ p „ th ...„, . 

a lane baml of Indians about two weeks B.nre. , J ,.,„ .„ ,,„.„ ,,, „. ... ^ , ; , «; i ^';^ ;",',',."; 

rseen several They bIbo killed some or the cattle. M- I " ;'._,':„■; ,;",',:„*'; L'.'io' "•"•".'^••'\™k°TaVl'!i"° 



will probably become convinced by Spring, 



« Ail ^1 It & TAYI.OK, 

•JILDER JIKD COKTIUCTOHS, 



For noirly a year ( 
pesiding at Linai, q 



vertically <M'0,,r. 



I,.. l,„--.nnr and I.-:;.*- 



all. us, . a l. -ad - I. --.-nil.- I" do tli.- I 'a j. tall. '|7 'l''" '.'.'■' ' ' i '''rid '" iM'' 1 l" H'- SU'" II 



neighbors and tile social improvement of a 


I.',,,!.!,. 


o wit; the te.aion Tor tbo years 


1 .„. .,,. 


it furllier resolved, That so much of 








whose i.nj.i ,.,. ini-iit Ins elforls li.ive b'eei 




,prov-,l January Hill, 1SC2. as pu- 








i.r'a'pr.vi'l.u/lii'bms an.! a few wild goals 
"i Hi" in"'"' b. Livir.i; ia ...... II, ^ '■""'>"* 




ns isi',2 r.l. i» hereby repealed. 


Approv 


ed Dec. 8, 1802. 






IUw.iii.in f.isl Hi- 1 • ■ • " 1 ' 1 - li'id 11". ■'"."■ "'■ 


I 


W\ib: 


cleansing I urposes, except Borne very brack 


















belli: I"" Ur "d 1" li» easily proem ill -, an, 







iy^rxv".^'" 




^BUSHELS 



l-i'fir):,. ,11 ,y ii,i;n| t'f. lly 

" "K "-MM. !■, -. 1, 

,M l/.,il. ,i," :'j , u.'.i ,,r !,■, 

imi.io'w'l .mil ii'ivi I .w"l 

..rt|.r i ^'.-ibli-i'ii'-l \\!i.\'o 
property in-r.- m ii„', co 

Iron, II).* mUltJiLly 0..11.I 
f i/ily W ! i,U Mill! Inlly •■. 

ln'ii.'.'oli'iit in. tn m.iy <to 









IBS 



Iron wmen the highest 



If, New jlb'ocvtiscments. 



K!IHY LEWIS, 



icr K 









FRO.M NEVADA. 



di< Toisd ol°auriT ib. m °"o-iy L ■"' J 1 - 3 ^ * : j._ am.mxe. VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE! 

A large proportion of the hilly wl.i-li have * "-" ' ' "■ "' N ;■- - ■ ' • " a - ... . - ' i -.a* a, ' . ^ .... , r .. ..:, .-i -a s .". ...- -p.t. 

been ii trodhced arc said t# be of a. * n " s "" runi j .' , ,T h tuoiif "av''^" "' ' u',', ^l.iia.u.'a. '!.!'! ' A1 '''''' ;1 ' 

private character, asking for Ilia establish- 21 ' 1 ' i - r, o.-a.a , ■ '-. ,-,,.. ii, -n:,. •-., it.-. „-. a - n wloein iklpi 

*^2tti£%££?£ sSsjs GLOB B 

BAKERY AXD DlXlSfl ROOMS, 

Next door to Post Office. 



There wa 



in Carson city 



nt, in c nu 3 ■».■]■ i? no. ,,f l.!,, re li.ni;,^ been no 
'■ k.llr-,, in that city during the two prc- 
lir.g weeke. The name of the person killed 
s Mason, recently from Pike's Peak, of 



The entire herd of 



TJV5TWBEN Fatmlnfilon anJ K.pv'llc, . t)U 



p AUK to m . M1T.7. \b, " t« "wth. . K o, . .I.rk ,*J K * « <> L 1 G II T L Y 






■F/flSr CT..HSS BOAR1 

I CHOPS, STEAKS, COh'FBK, KGG3, i 
; CRACKERS, BAKU BREAU, BUNS, pV 



sin wmm 



WILL BE PAIDJ 



apply jr iv/e oiD sr-jaVB 



LIIlfiTiMMl 



POST OFFICE. 



n. LiriifosTos 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



" T H A. WD LIBS?, ST. 



NO, 25. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, im , 



intervention Mid of abrupt reactionary move- 
ment.. To thi, change in the Cabinet of tb. 
Tuileriea may be traced the re'cent proposi- 
tion— we bad well-nigh flaid demand — by 
Napoleon on Russia and France, for interven- 
tion in American affairs-the Emperor earnest- 
ly seeking to enhance the glory of France by 
becoming himself the first patron and defender 
of the Southern Confederacy, thus sccurin" 



Tue reply of Prince Go: 



eptibility of the 



IBER 17, 1862, 




VOL. XII. 


r.yer. tor their 


THE W 


It ,N 


NORTH-WESTERN" AR- 


r the favorable 






KANSAS. 










We only slate 






Urn. Marmadnke, at' Cav. 










the Canadian 






o have raged with great fury 


r made ofsaw- 


for three 




after which the enemy began 



'd every inch 

onfller, when 

piper now Gen - »l«™aduko sent a flag of truce, asking 



.(lidou ,h..etar wo d bo he «£'. Vt™""" 1 ""*- The ■""»' "o.lsseedforl, "»" <° carry otr l,„ ktlfed and 
It'bow e e" a ' °PP0?ite to pacScation! j du £"e «" P»' <>« »»»«... ™e slain of ,„, nemy „„ ,.„, 

ai'r,c. f i„ m he, a L oL°VnsIlIfc.nr S P T "" P'^t'^'VwUh ^ muVh"^"'.- j «">■ nLTcBtlm.tld I ""'* 

l.-K.i.tio H.n n s „l.el', .,'[ vv .-i' I ...',1," '■'„ "'"""' tL « tn « J 'ly oeiywtere the attempt to al »igbt thousand. Til 

.■:..! .. hull, I, ... ..i I.. ,- ,'"..'' . i'lil iir. i 1 ... t . ,;.. r .il ;m ,. , , is . •• .! a te.t a I fi,.« ,1 



ettled and indisputable power if 



n e give oeiow an opening paragraph from 

mediation in American affairs, addressed by 
M. Drouyn de l'Huy. to the Ambassadors of 
France at London and St. Petersburg, as pub- 
lished in the Paris ifonilmr of Oct. 30; 

"«m 6 u on toe\m%lcanY" e |n B m °™ ' na " " 
tilities have provoki i ," ,, , , 
a nature to inspire the highest idea of the 
perseverance and energy of the two popula- 
tions! hut this spectacle, which does so much 

r 'r°ke r of num\,er°'e" K cai S am°Uies 'andV "" 
dlgious effusion of blood. Tou'ese^esults" 

vast proportion., there is still to be added Ihi 

o many disasters. Thi 



nly disposed to slightly fstir 
mrnon courtesy personally , 



Emperor at the oft-repeated request of . 
gentleman who enjoys the friendship of Hi 
Imperial Majesty. I am in a position ti 



by the Emperor or M 



t$r>percord;[ i " Arl 



2Sc 



luffercd by t 



W$i 



In reply to the dispatch of the Frcm 
Minister, Earl Russell, in behalf of the Bri 



the unwi'lingness of Gr 
ally concede to the prop, 
e— in which Earl Russell 



ope that the Federal Governm nt would se- 
ll" the proposal suggested and a refusal 

•» Washington at present would niev.-ut 



f the offer. Her Maj 

merkrlnrf^f'sa^b 
ops.it may be found t 



i me last night thai 



stances, and dismissed the Southern emissary 

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS. 

A great revival of the old-fashioned 
kind seems to be in full blast in Hamilton, 
Csnsda West, under the management of the 
Rev. Mr. Hammon '. The Time, of that city 
gives a graphic description of the scenes ex- 
hibited on two evenings or the "performance." 
It BayB: "Lawyers, merchantB-poor, rich- 
young, old— male and female, were there, 
eagerly inquiring the way of salvation." 

Large numbers of Sabbath school children 
were also deeply affected. "The p < 
continued the Times, "seemed to cling t 
very walls of the house of God. They 



uer supplies at similar high rates. But 
tie over a year since, the singlo article 
eese in that section was obtainable at 21 i 

d wages unusually low. It was feared th; 

felt among the people in that as well I 
let sections of the Northern States. 
The U. S. Government haa profited to tt 

Tb"' iB'ta"" 8 "" 18 "' d °" ar ''' ^ "' W,i 

nt reaps the benefit of the loss, while it 
rer.cy ha. totally failed to answer the re 
ed object of it, i„„e. 

' I-" ii i'..'i:-'.i. l n'...^„.',,'.'li l J 'iVl,.'..!.,.," 



Hlndman and Marmadnke wei 



iftcr having made quite a demonstrate 
gainst the Federal position. 
A severe battle Is reported to have ben 
fought on the 8th, near Fayetteville, Arkau 



joyed a 



nfotce Gen. Blunt. The 



me of the day. Gen. He) 
«d"wUh'Vl h „»|7.°c d . 



lect by a gentleman who style, him.el f i J 8 """'" "eld the fie"( a"nd"soon after th! 
Matthews. The first lecture was de- f'tZl "'!!.'[' i'S't far^'knowr," "no" 



A bit K.-.pi ..! i - 5 I, Ward. 

1 illustration, of lb.- planet. „f the 

d h ghly amusing, 



r eu r by P Vb.'tw" in 6 the P ra y«8 o'lhe congregation for their S,lch " 
intending parties. Her Majesty's Govern- brothers; children were scndi.g requests in for a PP rcclaM b y the people in tb. 
»t .ill communicate t. thai of Erases an, t.e prayer, of th, congregation for their p.- ' $EtSF '" ""' "" ""•" 



The Federal loss is set down at six hundred 
undred, among whom were several tfficerK 



■''been "maul know 
■egion.mayhe dis. 



34 THE DESE 


RET NEWS. 


[December 


(Continued rrom f»k« no J (in any bank or trust company, or Vfitb any 
THE EXCISE TAX LAW. banker or person t a ° "..Tedi n " "oneTb u ridrcd dol- 


Exceeding ten Ibous 
exceeding twenty tbiu 


jid dollars, and not ! perfumes or applications to tb 
and dollars, fifteen , or m», mail. , |.r, -pat, ■,], and 

■ M! 1 ' ', 1 ' ' ' 'l 


jreoment or'uatnctj other than those For a sum exceeding one hundred dollars, 


"paB»aee°tiXt,'byan' 


vesVeffrom .[it 1 i 

I , let, box, bo 


er of the same shall to written, five fte cb „ t „ l y ,, ,„,«,, or steamer, 

/nlc check, draft, or order for lb, pay- Z^Ln''Z: '"'''^u^'m™ or^owne'r,'"^ 
ari'TaVnTponTnT^nM^company'^'''"- ! -"'- 'id any' ship or vessel. 




scrip,' or forth- col- i .1 f lift, m", !■• •..,',. 

or interest Ibereo, vVh-r. , . h pad I 1 
or other enclosure, with its cor 



por a a n Uon"atsi C ht 
u'.'dhiM.nlli.-r'w'isotban at sight o 



ichshlp. P 

',",' ,'"','„ r.','M,|',"!',',V ','.''':-.'!'!..|'v'.".' -'! '•' l"' l'"'!''-. . ".'.'-.'.".'b".!!!' .".t'-Luilv'l 

ollars. I ble, or literary societies, or public cemeteries, | Where su 



KrotU^tha^t . , ' f , lloracJ (0 leceive or M rM , I S^^^cT'S v'a'l'ue-^v'e',; 

[■™.fj£°^ : ,' , ' I I 

I, ,l„,g ,„„. hundred dollar-, aid not -.,- J-.d, ■■ *; I"'].' ;„', |" j; |",, ','', .i.";.'/ '. I',';,,, ' ," J, 1 ,!, i ^'."'n.!;?, '."c d'ollar!" ^ ! ' « °« e'e'eed' .he nta*,'!' pric" or value or one'd 

''k:-,;;:":!;,;":!;;::;:"!.! not by .broker., or ,»»„. acting as sucb.tt-i I'.ob.i v, ill. o, idler., f udieinidr. ,,: for escl, and ever, fifty cent, .-,- it- 

,-t,. -!,,., /hrr. hundred and fifty dollar., <to,.veyane,.-Dced, instrument, or wrilir ' I I 



. .1.,- ■' -ei f > ■!■ .:■..■■ '■" !■> -'V Ian Is , tenement., or d I .1 rati.,,, , plied lor shall be st 

,, I ,, t Inn; In eh lie! ,b. Il.ii.,, liven- »' Id "bail I- gi enl.-.l, assigned. I run- l.-rr .1, nil ""'-"d lb- v a.,,- .,1 I vv , 



Playing carde.— For £ 



iSn^cnh^d^dtVrrt^ddi 1 :, 1 ' 1 !;,,! !"l -' .' "> ' '" "■^■rtt'.fwh,: 



IKevcVy twenty- 



.'ei,:;;,,:,:;; 



apbic. — Any despatch 



To -xrre.1 five 



thonsand dollars, and not cents ),er pack, tl.r-e it nts. 



cents per pack, four cents, 
irs, and not! Over thirty-six cents per pack, live c, 

r'sTand'no'tj IIUKKAII FOR CODFISH. 

| Wh-n tve see a young man dressed 

Villi)-' thou-' hon',',-; ■ ![■■ '.,' j,.'l i,.\,i '.'Tnl'lVi'i i-"-, t'.i'l;.' 



rdaugbt 






Wli.-n ,.». a your- »o 



d--d'7''t"h;-e,e''!!o' \Vny'|,?e'b"l,,J.',''!',l0l!., , ,'.,''',u'"'.',l,.'-', hi') I-I-Jllt',,!',- II 



Iriovef wTl's ".tdo'lng'fhe 



Above one lbon.ai.,1 five hundred dollars Insurance. ( I i f.-. )— Policy of i 

,.,! not ah, ,,e I no thousand two b.mdr.d an.I.o'hei i„,t niioent by vvha.evei na 



Bill of Lading or receipt, (o'tbeMba' 
ter-party) for any good,, merchand 



;""««« Stales to any foreign port or 
Ssae'd b'Tn 1 ex'?ess"om ™ , '* m K 1 



Sfeg 



of any description other 
> required in legal pro. 



If Id a period exceeding three years, 
w-.le.t i„r custom-house entry or < 
learner for a foreign port. 

led ton,, one dollar. 
lit, c- tit,- three hundred tons, and nc 
I ,.,, I i Ir I Ion,, hi II - 

.Moil-,- ,,| land,, estate. 01 plop- I. 



.all be Biibject lo tb payment ,,f stamp fish." 

in-,: Ami I leu ■-.!. r.ir her, Ih.-ttl.es- When we bear a la 'y protest that she can- 
lit, in. [...-.-.I hv lli.- foregoing .ehedule B not ride in all omnibus f.-c , ..,- it vva, i- 

I:.--- . .hah no- at-pl. to ate h.-a t , ... ..- to-r e \, la tuuiu; f.- oiuself, -'Hurrah for cod- 

e--h plllli- l,et,v-dt ports nt the United- fi,b." 

ates and port, in British North America. Wh.-i w .->.- -i lu.ly array -.1 in ihe cnsll 

M dieines or preparations.— For and upon mate \v hose . h- hm ; ts not of so rich a tex- 

rv paikel, hoy, I ollle, pot, (.1. j.il, or other tore, specially vvto-n we reinen.l.ei that -or,, 

-l-e-le. ,,-eii,,,, .,„, pill:.. p.ivvd-rs. „ f , |, „ ., „,„ „ „| -V, |.'d„-„d.,i„lo 

l! -r-, a- din,-,-. :,. , [ J -a,, „ ,, | 1 ,-, s , ,.',',,,; I , I 

ilv.a. o.iii.m-uls. pa.t-a. drops, it aters. ear,, "Hurrah for codfish." 

,s-n.---, apirila, oils, or other preparations When we hear a man hi-asl-iis; of his ances- 



tVhetl we see a.y de-ant camaye ,1. . rl e 

irough the street with heraldic devices em- 
lazoned on its trappings, with a coachman 

n I i ape, i illy when we I now that its arislo- 



aking or preparing the same 1 

orVVfor the maidifg Mprepar 
or has, or claims to have, any ex 

r. title to the making or prepari 
ar winch are prepared, uttered, I 
)Bed for sale under any letters 

out or recommended to the public by | "purely vegetable pill-," which yvei-e nothing 

[Me putting on 

1 1 | ' I I L I t I 



When Buch pad 



ng, we feel a strong 
™Hurrahfor e ™dn'sb X '» 



U belt- -noli packet, box, bottle, pot, phial, ! we hope il ,, 

t-olber enclosure, with its contents, .-hall the silly, contemptible • man. or woman who 

I to i lor a 

1 'r PaiMER's Lavucn-AOE.— Every profession. 

iii I i i t 

.1,, -.„'.,-. p.i, r. ,1.-1, Hi',,,, h„ir,i, e,lc,oiha..-.h, lb.-, w •■ - ( ' I "- 1 " ' ' 



-lli-ible 



reafter 



Not 



used or applied, or to be used or applied. as art.. 



burnt for inventing; sucli a satanioali 



December 17, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



FACTS AND FICTION, 
ihecy of G«n. Jackson: Said 



-A Washington 



! the busy. When trouble 



generally retire i. yon send hi 
are "engaged." 

—The latest style of hoops 



York Post Office for London, the poatage 



Kep,,hl,oan tin other day, 



with the Allii 



-A clergyman being much pre' 
lady of Ins acqiMintanea to prM<t 



—In a late speech in New York, Mr. Gox 

rinsed In clkriii; Uu I', lowing to he used by 
Congress for a hymn after prayers: 
"From Africa the negro came, 

And, oh Congress, bless Ilia name! 

sin,. I up, good Lov..|oy, bless the day 

The negro came from Africat 

II i Ihe r ur love— 

I'm him we imm ho,,, '.iv I o .in, 

That colored cuss from Africa." 
—In Alabama the people are making tea of 



HINTS TO TOBACCO CIIEWERS. 



portions of this l 

looking, even now, 



hlv a I } > I y npprohri 



sposed to pass thei 



;z\X£l^ 



se of a knight eighteen inches. 
-Boots are said to have been i 
Carrans. Tbey were at firs 
Iher, afterwards of brass and 
re proof against both cut and tl 

-Says Prentice: "Although the 



an article of 
thrown out by way of suggestions to 

h ,s dill,, 'nil the in, li, i i'yoiim; rand 



rritory who are ready, willing and fully 
alified to superintend the efforts of the 
ulhful beginner— furnish the weed--re " 



while proclaimini 

other States!" _A Union soldier In Gei 

—A Cleveland paper says that the people thinks the next Congress Bbt 






atvsu 



-How does the President's proclamatio 
onfiict wi'h Ihe land' One imposes a ta 
n wool, while the other makes 'wool free.' 

-Why is a blacksmi hlike a counterfeiter 
lecause he makes a living by forging. 

—The Canadian Joui-iinl o/ Art says th» 
etroleum was formed long before the coal 
nd is the result of the decomposition, unde 



' Lambelle, 
nybody dying : 



id,,!, wishing 



— The population of the Russian empire il 
122 was 14,0011,0011; in 1823, 30,000,000; am 

I mo,! 0, 

pig being th 
i pig i'sh de plggest." Upo; 



in will excuse him, he no speak as good 
;lish as me— he no mean de little pig ish 
liggest, but de joungeBt little pig Ish de 



t is asTudeTo intrude 
louse with your eyes 8B 
—Two men by the name of Beana wt 

.•el, hung in-'- 

ryman paBBIw 



England. 4, 

ly°Sing: 



ourae of publication by EaBtern houses. 
—The Washington flynlMie makes the fol 

owi gseiiificaiitslateineul: "We arelo-d, 

■" "var.-i Hi.. | u ol In; H.i.i, thai. V. 

vere in April, 1861. 

—The Rochester Union makes mention of 
hinplastor, payable in Ulics next July i 



nly interrupted by i 



—O le of the Horace Greelv sir 
men says that a war with Englai 

Ks,de„K=g-;p™c\.rZil, 



declare all the niggers m the Norf Statei 
slaves after ihe first of January next." 

Pomp: "Bress us all!" 

— Agentleman, lately returned from Europe 
says half the people he met supposed Nortt 

New England was? 
—It is estimated that there are aboul 

11, i, '"in persons of Alrican descent ii 

■l,;iini.iioii'; hr.i/il. !.irii',i li": Cubs, i, Manas, 



libeling and slandering liioae wlm hue :.h'. 



./;::; ;;■,,:;■ 



•rSSifi-MSI 



The present article, therefore, pre-suppoees 
the pupil to have acquired, in m rough uioy, 
" Tudiment. of the art, and to be I ' 

re attainment of all the advanta| 

ig from systematic practice. 

the first place, then, never eheww 

■-lose,!. This is a moBt disagreeabli 



. Again, this method 

ei.-ei vaii.in ol mm,,, if nsi ail, pimma 



make himself not only useful but orn. 



A FEARFUL TRAGEDY IN AFRICA. 
Capt. Finlay, of thTBritlsh ship Fatt, re- 
orta the following Btory in a lotlor to a 

"We had a fearful tragedy here last week; 

ne of th.- names I, 1 what lliry rail „ 

creekinan," (llial is, a man who lives sumo 
ight or ten miles from Bonny, and who was 
I Bonny selling yams, as the creeluncn n.e 
"-"'■""!» wny.j-'Ibe Bonny ...» 



passed upon him, In- shut hn li no in lins 

house will, all his shun-, wii.-n ,,,„! .hil.li, n. 
all his guns, large and small, then dug 

.mis „f gunpowder, and Bel Hie rl.irla 



lostile intentions. At last Ihe rhirla 

hie llio I,'., rir. 1 ' A slave loo'! I ill' oll.-i 

ing upon the house of the besieged som, s,d ii ,., 
fire. When the murderer of iGo creebman saw 

Hi'!'" I|eueli,'.ipplie.'l' I he Mlal ,'i, . 



ing was to be 

Hull 






HEAVEN'S REWARD OF CHARITY. 



shabbily dreBsed, but bearing an air of dis- 
tinction, entered a tafi of modest appearance 
in the Faubourg St. Germain, and asked for a 
cup of coffee and s roll. This be swallowed 
rapidly, as if pressed by extreme hunger, and 
then slowly retired, without, however, serin- 

wfiter a Bt,',' 1 efie e d' i ba°B a |en.d''to into™ Ws mis" 
tiess, a widow burthened with a family, but a 

d-heurlrd w in.iil wh, id I „ nla.r. 

The latter, who had observed the air of de- 
,rfi,.„ ol the str,iii;:rr, immediately replied, 
•It is all right: I know Ihe penile,,,,',,.'' The 



The practice of keepin 



'; ««, 



:eful or improper in th, 

dearor, as much aB pos 

•, to conceal ihe sweet morsel. ThiB feel- 

,ade. Let (he p'upil habituate himself to' 

or tobacco. Let bim, if possible, acq, 

lighted ind 



things, snd retired in the same manner 

Milui'i""' il 'll.r w'hichTe'was 

pro'ceed from a seen n . r , the widow 

'was invited to call upon a ,,„!.,,; I ,,-,• .. 

sum of money which had been left her by will. 
She could not believe her good fortune, arid 






of imparling a rich tinge 
ace, the pupil Bhould nev 
when in the parlor, for it places a gentlemi 
ly spitting at a mark. Should one be placed 

may possibly rebel at lira,, but pay no atten 

enlarged 'to be confined within Ihe narrow 

e'x°ii'e?t° tobacco ch'evver may render his ser- 
vices very uBef.,1 to the preacher, as well n 
to the congregation, by decorating the walls 

!e„el"| n }iF£''mhlil'° "^'"'"'i"'' 8 ^P 1 ''"' 
'lb r -up ingenious doc oration 3 will also bavi 

who, every Sunday, try to secure a g at clos* 
by the wall in order lo induce their aonmo- 
lent propetiairiEB. The fear oC eraaintr Borne 
beautiful line will ,>i..kil.'v indue- Mum t. 



3Z. 

, , ilrd |,!.i, 



pupil 



reading the following extract from a will 
which he held in his hand: — 'I bequeath sixty 

trws'of aei/e°c"lvlngr l the' address),' toiEk 

her for her generosity in giving me a break. 



nding payment, whicl 



• I shoul pay tor the sixty 1 



The C.isd or St. 
E™gH5b'"t?Inslsifon* wa 



l$tS££2£? 



fore the king and nobles of Ireland; and 

pagans, and he gieailr feared !„■ should I 
killed at Tara. Now it is remarkable that S 



whole priyer addressed to any but God alone. 
He does not once ask the help of the Virgin 
Mary. Hear the prayer of St. Patrick: 
"At Tara, to-day, il e strength o« God pilot 

wL7oin^ P f God°netr°ct P m 8 e- V tbe°e e ye™o a t y f;od 



,1,1 „l l.o.,l gll. 

'"" me-Chris 



God guide me. 
ire me-ChriFt 

-Cbriet on my right hand— 



;t,riBtonrnylefthand-Cbri 
'luiul on ili.i, s,de--CbriBt atmy back— Chris 
n the heart of every person to whom Ispesk- 
;hrist in the mouth of every person v. lit 
peaks to me-Christ in the eye of every 
erson Who looks upon me- Christ in the eai 
1 every per-onwho hears me atTara to-day.' 
Wll'nr. EnuKEAnns Go.— A S otch paetoi 

ml? ou e 'u1t C heV h 'roe°u'''wi'th , u, e fbunild 

,, I,. ,,,„„, i' raid she, a- ho slopped. "Fie 



^hh".^e?„ , raff,o''rv^n b ", t de. P, . b f^ b neS;u y ,:k , a l rd "'w' ' ' It " 

uric to he puisned ... onto, ton tain an I "they just go whar a drSp o' guile dunk is to 
ijo-iii posiiiou as . tt.is.r, and to pace the begot." 



* tt E DE SERET NEWS. 



fDECEHDER 17, 180-2. 





tt 


^ 


h 9 










. ; 


I,..., 


KL1AS SMITH ....SDITO 


14 N 


phis 


ISHF.E 


|, 


\V>iliir>day.....!t.c 


nilic 


111, 


IS(,2. 


L'wW 


prochess of 

Too movements ot ~* 
Potomac, since Gen. Bu 


THE 
grsn 


IS, 


y of the 





Clawson,Th-mSB Callis'c-, George W. B'a 
I Agriculture:, Tfade and Manufactures: C 
;win D. Woolley, Timothy U. Foote, Jo 



..•Iron I.. S-u. 



", Library: Lorer.ro H. Ilalcli, Thoe. Rhoads, _ 
' be ! P. ter Mangban, Madieorj D. Hamt.lt ton. ! [ 
"T\ Pal.lic Domain and School Lands: Aaron c 
"^ Johnson, Amaaa M. Lyman, Silas S. Smjth, ' "' 
'« Keddick N. Allred, Joseph A. Young. °°"° 



ALDERMAN CLINTON'S COURT. 
Dan. Harding, the drunken stage driver, 



WJ. He ba. sine 
ivens and Jacob 
I a fight on Wedn 



reate.t poa.iblc All things basing been prepared, and in | , adIciaIy . Alb „. c „ ti „„ ton , L . E . Har . ,b "». »» tang brought into court, he as- 
known ri.lhh, : twain..., a. far as possible, .he long-dcred , ri , Gc0 A S|]ii Q .knowledged to be true, and was required I. 

I,. N. nynly forward movement wa, commenced on the: ,.,„„, , , , ,,.„„ iS: -,,„. ,,, c „ m J W on. bundled dollars therefor into the city 



indulged in, r.lallv. 
movtmonts nf Gen. I 
believed would by 



tionot tho forces 
irdous for Gen. Bui 



lencca F D ptichaids, 0. Hyde, E. T. Bensm. 
'■ Al Revenue: W. Woodruff, L. E. Harring 
d,,i -'Joiin W. H.sa, Daniel >pc 



II.U...1 l.y I 

TB^n'/wm. J.CoxJ On Saturday" a 



Lorenzo Snow. 
-Countiea: F. D. Ri 
' James W. Cummings, 

Hyd 



L. E. Harringtoi 



| named I 

., JobnV.H.ss, "»«"' ■>' Mr. Hickey, wa, 
irrlngto'n. j found guiliy and the hu 

,,,dKa„yo„e:Or-j a PP^»l ; 'cb,itissaid 
Daniel Spencer, , """ In Euc " 'ases. 



Snow, O.son Hyde, I'"' 

F. D. Richards, Albert Canington. \S» 

j Engrossing: Orson Hyde, Albert Carring- do 

j ton, J. W. Cummings. \™ 

Printing: Wilrord Woodruff, E. T. Benson, ! '"' 



,L. E 



Manufactures: W.l c 



on Hyde, IVi 

j Incorporations: Lorenzo Snow, J. W. Cun 

. Library: Ezra T. Benson, Wilford Woodrul 
j Public Do i ain and School Lauds: A. Cai 

rington, Lorenzo Sjo*, J. W. Cuminingi 

W. J. Cox. 
i Penitentiary: Ezra T. Benson, Daniel Sper 

cer, L.E.Harrington. 
| Both branches of the Legislative Assemb: 



.ir: 



•.fONCEItl's IN THE TABERNACLE. 



'" "vueiK^niiig, insre.,,!,.! ,,,,,„ .. T „ e 

ards Richmond by way of Gor- ! Utive as ever but , 
" »"" '"' B"' ■■■■■■•Jy I"t opera- j Grant hav. roc ntlj 

d tbcriver, occupied the town M . n , , „.,„,, ' a Vl ,.. 



force as to render a general ci.gas, m, », wit], i, ii, II progressing nai 
uniuccesaful battle fought then, would have/ LEGISLATIVE 



Mississii pi, Ala- ( llle Ho „, e Mr hme pr( 



edition. The j 



PROCEEDINGS. 



• It appears tbeie wero aix prisoners confined 
in the Peniteniiary on the 22d day ot January 
last, viz., John Laird, Delos M. Gibson, John 

, Ormond, William Riley Green, Charles Man- 
hard and Truelove Maiitiari, and that there 



me. and preparing a 
of the grand arroj 
.rd, when the rest 



iigbt > 



re b.l.to-l* , ., S l ,eI 
opposing ; 



were Alfred Higgins, William Ecclca, Jol 
H. Winslow, Henry Angle, Isaac Neibai 
Wilford Luce, John M. Luca and Geor. 



Federal or Confederate army at Fiedei 

and better appointed. That General Bui 

munitions of war deemed necessary to e 

i decided victory oyer tho enemy, wLeu the 



tla ma and Appropriations: Hiram B. Claw- 
■on, Edwin D. Woolley, Albert P. Rockw. od. 

On Petition! and Memorials: Amasa M 
!-yman, Joseph A. Young, John V. L ng. 

Revenues Albert K Thurber, Jonathan C. 
bright, Peter Mauguan, Thomas Callister 

Elections: Silas S. Smith, J.udson L. Stod- 
.lar.l, l;h I] lv,:l,n, Tijomas Dunn 

Countiea: Peter' Maughan, Thomaa Dunn, 
Madison D. Uambleton, Timothy B. Foote. 

fcoads. Bridges, Ferries and Kanyons: Al- 
ert P, Bockwood, William B. Preston, Th. s. 
.'boads, Reddick N. Allra.l. 

Education: John Taylor, Jon. C. Wright, 

^ Engrossing: John V. Log, °Lorin Farr, 
Printing': Jose'pU A. Younj, Hiram B. b 



ibson, Higgins, Eccles, C. Manhard and 
ngle escaped at different tilnee; the two lat- 
r are jet at large, and the three former are 
ported to have been killed by officers and 



ctly-atated object of t 



D'EcaMBBE 17, 18G2.J 



tIHE DESEKET NEtti 



SOUTHERN NEWS ITEMS. | An elderly Sou 



CALIFORNIA NEWS ITEMS. |A NEW 

lull b.s been bjpugfcf, and j„ „„ w pi! „d. 

' »" I ""fill Di.im.i r,„„l, by one Gray The flood 
1st several individuals, juinllv, lor I lie re- cooinlclclv 
of eight 



3 INTO TIMPANOGOS 
VALLEY. 



lut^.tv.uu.,,.,™, ouuin uhuiiuv, , • - claimed In bs I, ., n i»< , ,r * , — .,"iruv B ui liver, riorn 

b av. six or seven million dollar, ot counter- "' '" , '"' """",ed Yankees," was as ^"; -^ '• •- <" r> -.„,,,, 1, r.„J,„,l. , Provo City Into the Upper Valley, that it has 

feit Confederate notea on hand, which they "ViVs'^fd ttat in * London a club o 'performed, exercised a'n'l"l!l'ii.'.'«.' d "l '["'" ' l "' t' M '" ,l,r """'", measurably hoisting 

TtlTcfl 7 a o7wcb1r^ 

tories are actively .„< ,g..,l „. ,„ , k :„, sket. '°. ' " Tr . « 1-1," , . M b , "" e "ip'^ C °""' 7 ' '"'^"S "* "** " ^'^ 

andrilles. The Tred,,.,, !,„,, Welts employ "„ "™" ' ' ' './ '™ — <'" „ .Z., ,,.,,,„, I.'^rn'o «„.enl . b .. ' ,' ' " " ;SU " C ° tr ° m W.ber City to Provo 

over 400 men in casting ball, and slicll,. i"""' Norlb who,,, ,t compares lo ibe ,„„,,'.''"," '' ' S'""''"^''.^ some eighty or ninety miles. The vast 

A Cherokee I,„lh„ I,,. I.-.,, ,.',..,"..1 la a ! "" J " 9 ' """"n Sodon.»_Frar,klin Pierce, '»'"» United SaleeMreasury at San 1'raecie- cxpe, 1,1ml, the „.p.,i,„,g „,d rebui di„.-of 

,.1 in the R,.',,, ,1 , I.. ', a. C ' L : V..Mandi : „.„„, F, rnando W.,„.l. Thomas "- «»» ™ "» 3d instant the employee, „ ( „,e „ , ,,: , ,,,,, ,„eio„.e„, under*. 



*:iSr; — overrunning, ^ 
| e | The New Orleans Picayune of the 2Cth of "'" " 



off rt made lo put Ui.it liieliu 



" "" »■- at prices ranging from 58 to 081 
.rencea, an excuse to pou „ d . 

I In the Confederate Congre,, I 
up the mean, of relief ]alely propoBfd , resolution olTeri; 
very negro who should kill a wh 






aded In Richmond lately, and made 



i.tl...,. l.ul „„,',., 



aled at Richmond. The 



N. C, a few we, ks ago, 
A negro man, 54 yrars o 
The Richm nd Emir 



np. Acaipen'er or smill 
$1,800 lo $2,009. Field 
m $1,300 to $1,450. On 
rs, etc., $1,300 to $1,350. 



payer such as grocers use. 
ther San, Houston i, not dead. The Hoosi, 
wen ' (Texas) TW.gnip.1 of Sept. 3 My. lh.it he 
will alive and comparatively well and residing, 
,ud, hi, place at Cedar Point, a few milea fro 
, ary Hou.ton. 

| The pric.a cf cofon goods have great 
The Angnsl 






U,,^l,..lljil-Jl, HI, 



NO FIGHT WITH THE INDIANS. 
The detachment oTTatalry under Ma 



ng , t.i.u,|,!|.h,.,l l!,„ ul.j.., 



"°" "ll«»«-J,«,,» rcuoi- 7-8 sinning, 52'„ ,r, 53 cent 
ie officio,!, endeavors of some of Ibe drill, M'.Jcc".;'b.nahi^" l 'r; 
,hern Democrats to agitate and to falsely . "'►>' 3I " «» Fl f""V ""■■"■" 
.retire people of the Northern Slates otl "" "'"""-i" r boneh, So.Jii (. 



NGING SCHOOL, 
great pie. 



I'nioi, is ni-l and ndignantly refuted by the 

Richmond Whig of Oct. of 30th, in the follow ! our citi7.ena the form 

ing term,: by Piofcssor D. O. Ci 

"No, the people of all rhadeB of opinion in ' Home of PrcB. Brigha 

!°,V"i"..'. 1 "S "" » e P ara ' 10 " ,'""' '!?,' '"ken of a skillful musical iru 



nd may confidently pn 
(Torts, being pecuniai 
,'ill not fa,| of being 

apacity of the home 



that Prof. C.'j 
incompeneated 
ily prized, am., J 
to. the utmost i?»J.' 






ng oetwecn toe southern liool ,:.„ ,.|..,l .,,,.( il,.- science of voca 
the Northern Democracy! The excellency of the Tonic Sol-F,, 
1807, when John Randolph, 'taught by Prof. Balder., was briefly i 
ij.osiah Cuincy, of Massa- ter | in the opening of the Srat concert 1 

lemocracy of the North aa' p | ic i, y ar( i adaptabiity we think wor, 
groes;" although, some of faotorily exhiibited to all nceeent, 
oil lalhl North, fiom the For further informalion resnectine tl 



lime came for Ibeir execution, were In-, I ,,,„ 
their hands to the terry rope aunt in that ,„ ad , 



v tenacious of life. 



THE DESERET NEWS- 



[December IT, 1862. 






1 t „. .),» vines were laid I THOUGHTS ON HORSE-SHOEING. 

ape. A part of toe vines were ia.u| 

own and covered with an inch or two of We fini| m t| , , 



t was left t 
age early and B« w (Jtotfj'sy" 



■ops of 18G1 ind 1802— tiro former hsviog , Ui»ir vlB " | , ; 1 an i t J"jJ B „,' 

.an ever before known. Ills ,!c,l„rl„.i,s may ,''",!' ,.,..:,„ '.',] iV'l'iVi 

irnlah a clue to some of tho uncxpla nr,l u..ol.l 'i.- -pi lo pr ice 1 

•eak« of Jack Frost upon the fruit trecB of I'r™ ■■■} ',';',.',>',", V ' r,',' 'J" ■ 

leseret in time past: a very severe winter,' « 

Tho previous autumn had been marked will, crop of the Isabella ei ip 

„ .-.,rlv :.>i.l v.tv B.-1-.-r.-ri..Ht. I„. ,,,..,11- yard owner 111 on„,-,l m 

nils to free/,. ,,1, 1 1 , .■ Ii. on, a, el iii « ■ in- |„.,oi,co afterwards. If 

.ancos to burst open. This was the most Be- curreil but once in ten 

., •,,!„, 011 Ho' 0,0 !■ ol !■'. b ,: , l-'-i'il , lio' Inn tor week's labor 

lirctry fell in several place,, .1.1,1.1 Huston ; tho proba" 

Mwen'ly-live dogr , lolow ,ero, a dec-tec in value I 

ever beforo recorded at this eeaaon. '11, c nice wo. 



>'" ffiJcJuo's. horse's foot is on, 

.u„l, holy a,, [.lie,!, the a,l,lttiot, o 
ction to tba '' e ° r i 1 J ' a 8 1 ''some Ce er 
puncipal objects ill applying ; 



ontb of March,' the flue- I not only for the purpose of a,li,ntl,i- 11,,-ii 
y were equally a,t„,„.,b- bcolio. ,,, the surface of the ..rtb but , 



ing. The third day w 

I -II, Ho-, -O,, si I Li l.eVCile'liec ,1-c, ,.,.., 

at two o'clock p.m., and atrial ,,'. 1„. t, at 



r^J, 






y of evergre. 



streytd the crop of fruit, but injured man; 
trees past recovery, especially peaches, plum 
and cbevfiei. These vicissitudes serve to II 
laatrate the comparative vigor, hardiness an 



lifferent degrees of 



i.f.i.il.l v in others, and t, 

seful info-mation to the cult 
From this experience wo d 



uercllic Vicar of U'.oU.d.l, l.„,„sc It. 
Jersey, Urbanialc, „,.,! II II, l.„o, ,,!,,,■ 

,,.-.... l...l.-'.t ,,.0 With me° i'r 

! ' r Whethcr r 7hc ftn cBHse 1 ^ the revwlsit 
noted was the frost of Octob.-i . J.siiu, ,1 
H.. : , ii, n ,|,.|, il,, -run uf somcuf tbe 



cannot witticerUniM .1. >■.■!■ I, i|j.-i.. «-i 

it is not unlikely that clrcuS'nceVwhi. 

affected one replon might not be bo active 
Another. The effort of a bright pun, or 
fc«ii, .Irv jiii'rcint: .vhi.ls, imm-'iliab-lv fni 
ceeiinR the frost, u.-ul.t inf.-iiMiy Hi,- tUm ■,: 



1 shelter from both by ei 
ount to tbe difference bet 



ither, may often 



professional b 



not wholly coincide with t 
Wilder, but his known exp 

the country give weight to tl 

reading and comparison with 

may be elicited both reliable 



Hardy treea were \ 
time. A weeping 
arded in the openin, 



herTnds" "venose 

■orticulhirists may 
the view, of Mr. I"" 



FENCE LAWS OF MEW YORK. 

At a late meeting of the American Instit' 
armers' Club, JoBeph Blunt, Esq., stated, 

few words, the substance of the New York 
tn in relation to fencing— as follows: 

Tbe law does protect a man's property. 

rhether fenced or unrsneed. Any man in 
a.tioe Ins lao.l, either in person, or with hir 

locks and herds, is liable for all damage. He 

las no more I gal right to ravage, or to sent! 

,i. cattle to destroy his neighbor's nnfence, 
ran,, il.-n tic baa to cut down Ins neighbor', 

.hfenced woods. They are all equally undei 

,rr,,.',i, I „., kept at home. That' if They 



pra. 



core i.ioiliol,! o.l,c,, elm. I, I,,. 
T^ftiZor^c^rKU 



,. I,,!, ,„„ .. -,. i ,.:,.-, ... 

,I,.S „,ll, Ml, id, II.. V ,,.1,1. 

'■'">■ — alul.r I 

a, : ,„; ■., gi.is.pii.; 

.;„„ ,„ ,.„:.., ,,, ,„,,,, 



I l.lr'l l -.,.'■ rr.OM i vi H* v. I - 



ii?Freeporf, a ill' 



tchangea pithily 



■ormsltas a "I disappears.!. The Judges of 
lie U. S. Supreme Court have determined to 



that twenty-one ehilhii,; pieces lose to two], 13 

—Tbe Baltimore Clipper Bays that the per- 
son who uae engaged to assassinate the Pres- 
old,! ,.„ bis «i] to Washington, through the 
cm- l.i.i vat. is now walling about in their 
midBt without any fear of the halter. 

com^iriSeirScS^^tTarounriVei; 



, is tba only proper 



I the lalana of Ja. 



it™. 



April IS. leas, wincli denies to a person lia- 
j vision fence all right to damages incurr. d by 

, other. All road fences an | n otli« .il?an^l!v£ 
|sionfenc s kept up by adjoining ownerB fall 
ittuler the general la *■, which does not impose 



he stock owned by , 
own Telfgrupa, but b 



he' 1 *;,-'" 

icbi. iii. 






in !„ mol.tle e.i the oar, 
e heat. Tbe nights and in 
d delightful; bit, Is arc oi.p 



Iniversal Right-Res 
linating Amociatii 

Resolved, That 



Resolved, That every body knows as much 
about their own business as eve, body else 

These and many other resolutions were 



: 'A prophet from Utah I 



:,on you c.it.'t hurt him! There waB the 
e Arapian children; they put 'em in a fiery 

is! 6 And there was John the Evangcler; 

put Mm- at,, i where ,lo yn„ thiol,, htetli- 

him all night, and didn't/use his shelll' And 

' au.luo, i"e," ,!o you thing' I,e' was 'put 

"a"'" de D„n!t b^aTarmefV 

sen. I don't think any of jou will ever 



one to the otherT"E 



i„ „,i... i„i, an in ipieilion, is a Frencbn 
■i"! lim-li no ^ : lias dispatched him f 

lo Li ' C.,,.. o| ■!... - 



per year out Of hissala! 



December 17, 18G2.] 



TIIE DESEEET NEWS. 



Okncral Notices. 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS I 



JOHN C. TATTON, 
MAjYUFACTUREK 



©aural Jfotircs. 



W. F. ANDERSON, M.. 



ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 



SIGN OF THE GOLDEN BOOTS 
C P. WILLINGBEK, 

LOOT AND 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN 



TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. 









Qkncval Notices. 

WOOL CARDING. 



A 1 ^' 



WARD WEAVING FACTORY 



T THE L A D I E ; 
MRS. C0LEBR00K 



WASTED IMMEDIATELY, 

6000 lbs. CHOICE BUTTER, 

lT-tf By WALKER BItOTHERS. 



HENRY LEWIS, 

p BSrECTFULLT] Inarms the Pub Ic th»t he «n 

BLACESMITH1NG BUSINESS, 



TOOTHACHE. 

TOOTHACHE TOOTHACHE !! 

Immediate Relief, without pain. 



1NTALGU JXOD1 St. 



IWRRJH! HURRAH! 
IV O IEOKE BAD MATCHES. 

ROBERT GREER, 



H°B£, 






GLOBE 

m& AA'O mm fl«, 

Next door to Post OJJiee. 
B. GOEIGIITLY 

FIRST CLASS BOARD- 
CHOPS, STBAKSj COFFJSB, KGGS, fee, 



_gtwcta l Notireg . 

^^raW ESTABLISHMENT. 

frmi — a^ 

LARSEN &, MAGLEBY 

CABINETMAKERS, io., (to , ' 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 

to^arrTveV 1 ^ 

WALKER BROS.' 

gTo O D S ! ! 

OauUUng of 
1800 Packages of American and Eng- 
lish Prints, New Styles and Pat- 
terns. 
400 Packages of Hickories and Checks 
60 Cooking Stoves, Small and Large, 
New Designs. 
5000 lbs. Sheet Iron, Light and Heavy. 
TIN PLATE, HOLLOW-WARE ANDj 

TIN-WARE, 
15,000 lbs. Sugar and Coffee. 
6000 lbs. of Teas, fine quality, Hyson* 
Gunpowder, &o. 

mows smrarc*NG„ 

Denims, CoUonades and Drillings. 
700 Doz. White Granite Cups, gauoers 
-ud Plates. 

FANCY SHIRTING,. 
ilERY AND STOCKING YARN, 

Boola, Slalre mid Letter - Baser. 

5000 lbs. of Tobacco, Sweet and Natural! 



Scythes, Stiovcls, etc. tti 

>S OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 



Asrsv. 



VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE! 



CLItTIITmIWOM 

GEORGE B0NELLI, 19th Ward. 



G RE AT 1«D VC^W^Kt\ 

CASH BUYERS. 

KIMBALL &~LAWRENCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 



CAPENElt & TAYLOIt, 

BUILDER AND CONTRACTORS, 

HOUSE, FUK.VIdlllN.; r N luoiuw ju:h.., i. , . 



PIANOFORTES, MEEQDEONS, AN& 
MUSIC. 

II. L. RAYMOND,. 



Pianoforte, and 3„,„„„„ 

ji.jiK.l. Entire iuli.'\:,:l> f ><i :.' 

Iifcu. a, i. 



THE DESERET 



[Decbmbbr 17, 1802. 



,'.', 1.|',",'*"„' ira'ccs ,", j.'.y in Hum <!-ri-l-H|T 



nma around. It i 



„ghs at their in 
1,1,1:1; <•! I, is 1 

u'nnnc'tb o'j 1 



(5!" ,, ' tU wioi] i Mi l m V '°t aVe" ""»«' foTthe 



a no object, 






il "".'"rii-'i' 
the birthright of l 



SEVENTIES' HALL LECTURES. 
On Friday, the 



Ti'-ni.M I'm! 



The 1 



bad evidently been prepared with great care, 

audience, and of demonstrating the evils con- 

tobacco, whither by chewing, smoking or 
snuffing. 

Mr. Long followed with a lively dieserta- 
tlon on the enmo subject, introducing, in sup- 
port of the poBitlon he took, some important 

Our reporter promisas a transcript of both 
discourses, which, when furnished, if apropos, 

9th, and Friday, tbe 121b, the lectures were 
suspended until laBt evening, when, we undar- 
stss.1, Mr. CdwsW W. Tullidgo lectured on 
the "art of composition." 

We shall give a synopsis neri week, 

INTERESTING TO POSTMASTERS. 

GuatHlx Laxf. Citt,) 
Dec. 10, 1862. J 

Editoh News: 



OVSStfKK. 



A ."'J' "<?•■■■•:"'■ ''"]": '■£;};[ 



SOIICS. 



Hope! how clicerlsg t« 






|Ti--i|.-'.l . tl ;L I: ,1 ,,,1 



i»g light bc <°[« . 

com'ing joy. Thoi 



■ Ui, ,|,,i,u„!ii,i; 



. , II hi I 1 I, ,:: ■;, i : ,:. , !:''. ,fi.'. ! ■ I'"': '" >■< ' ■ 

""..", '_"!'";'■__ a ,f ",','*> " '.;;, '_■„]':..,'','.,'„ : In'i', ■,'.! K. n'™- and their .~. N 

ssistants lhroiigho.il Hi- l-rruorv. I think U n.ii 



HENRY DBUCE, 



l!'.y C -'l.'.l'.". a i. bel 






k — love of fame. Hope 



hand of persevering 

laborer upon life's stage has bad his 
i t. in,!.?!. ,.l by innumerable conflicts— 



achieved, as wreath after H 
"Ssr-gate of his succ 

Ul-ilf. H |. ,!'■ il bill lli>|',.,, 

b. ...in, a hi, vnus ..I Inline 
M.ii.y in ly i.ivir r,,ili/. ■ , 



11"! .! Ilt.po eveil If your hopes 

!'"!..u™r'suf^^ b"i'^'"tiii ; ^i.'ii^ , duaiV>\eV,'''i,Vp^;;;r."ii.'.' 

wtl ^ ha™th^a^.; l l^ l "".^" l "; l "':;^.^;! l l':'; , : ::; ^:z'':2i : \:^<'J^:'^lT:wz2:ti 



elnUhiMll'y'i'ndi'il'g' 






T. B. 






Free only when they are directed 
Chas. Wat 

The foregoing, of course, is the 
which Postmasters in I Ins 1 eniiory i 
be governed, as Mr. Walrous is on 
Bource of authority in tbe premises. 

°"t. B." H. Ste* 



JHcirricb: 



New 2lb»£rtis£ment0. 



saiLLnssaT. 

II It S. STEIIHOIISE 



and moral life, .imply for lh-lov'.i, , "i'.iiiv "M^llJ'^lZ'lt^'Z^m^ "'"I ' *»» s™*", G. 8. L. CITr; 

II P "n." "'«' rV 

facia." Tbey ay a„,',c .% 



■ ...x.ouS'v'ign, 6 "' 

[' '- ':,''.'..' ".'.' ■ :",','.. .'.;.'' ';;',.' ,?.', i..'",,,'.'.. 1 ! > ■'.'"!"" ■"" J > ' ■ 'i"-". - ■/.". ' " " .. ; . ' : ■ : r ."." '" . ; .*". .' '.',',':■',:; ,' 

lone is nece.sarv tori virtuous life for it acr "-" ' J ' Ls)l "" " l b - "".by persevering on 

«;... ■»,„.. hi y , ; ,i , , ; ,..,. ... ( I ,' L °" J r 5 e i 

wpd*.^TwKh'out''!., l ,l^, l V,"i , ''j il'. "',";! ;'::'," , :';;;, , ' 1 ,",;;;' e ™° p ' e iir 1 e a l "' r 

Hiswayward Postal" 









iiry !., ,.ilijv,..l, I,,- (., I'.,,! 



As,i::i.o, [.:i|l,, 



l . r *r to ..°! ir bee'oi'ie.l .i.i.i',, Ii.i.iti i,t ,i,i ,.;■ t :i J nut from itB agent on 

J fruitful OMia.Uh, u,,„r , the I' .:!.,. * " 



I'M AFLOAT! I'M AFLOAT!' 

CHEMICAL WORKS. 

CH1-.M1C.1L LABORATORY 



IlEFISED SALERATUS, 
rystalized Carbonate of Soda, 



INK, INK, INK, INK, INK. 



SABLE DYE STUFF. 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



T!3 AND iIB3: 



NO. 26. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 24. 1862. 



VOL. XII. 



;aring ol mi gs |...".> i 
id that arc trah-pirmg 
ay,wben S ,ea,ri„ g ofaj 



''->• "■«'" •<">''■', mo,e,l,gi„l,.<l, p 

o<; laiiihronir, principle, more holy 



times, to see li 1 < " '' ■ !■. ' ' ■• I ' ■',''■ ' ''','\ !■ eld! ' 1. ,''! !',','" <\" ■ ]"', t II I II ill , 

'"""'I" 1 " 1 "--, 1 " 111 " 1 have lab.,,,,! I,,,,,,, ,...! _. V..1I.H.O!. .1. llii S »«iU»ri„ ,,,, ,|,J rt tune, unless some change takes 



.Yuafl"u run. 

unied wilb blessi.i.;.- v. e .t,l,ni .11 ideas put oil' foot foi? T, 
afon to the p,..l God, hit role, and j !hey 
ulesin the alts,,, of the universe, but , dpi. 



',"!'.",'. '",1!*' '' '""'' '''"";''. 

■aiong lids people, a though 



'h |, r,'l l ' l 'i l '"ml^ll,H 1 al| ll |L l v, , orl ROt ,," 1 " r 
''"HsS^'ossel'^^E^^^ 



''Z.'"Z'^^h,Xlil-'"'p'^y'llu r "I J 



kingdom of God.' The power, the wisdom a , 
intelligence of the Great Gh.heim 11, his uork 
and designs-, and our rel ,I,ip l„ „„„, I, 



all the vivifying ,1, ilue.ee, that op, rate |, 
eopplytl.e nee, it.es of animal !n in th 
Bj.i.d.et I tie creatures of God, thai Spread 
throughout Ihe en verse and fills all world 
as well as ours with jife, being and existence 

Wh jhis and s ™7"mb,°"\"'l f '' ! '"''' S lh " 
the control of lhat"n "llige°ncc and whsd'ou 



■i've'M 



They have deploi 



. "lied R-pablicans" of F 

slled,agi.-a! many of Ihe 
11: !■„• 11. li tela Hiihk II, u lo 



'bil'.-s. ami talk 10 In,!! i!|'!',,i tl,'!„ ,.!,'„ ".', , ! 

lie, but such a man i'.,i»l il'o!r,"°ii' ", '. r '".i",', 
uinciples that I admire, and if I could Be, 

hem cariied out I should be glad." Wh, 
oes not admire the truth? And if men ear,, 

«! I 111 'I .>■■-., a" I ' 



.m-ety ,0 others. This le, l,„ s pr. vails 
nun; the chil.lr.-!, of men. The only thing 

all the i-or'd be redVi»ed?'' Z Vow\b'a?l 

Iroductd among the human family?'' "Wen 



tt^hi; 



e. Man by searching c 

Mill tile utmost Hlrelcl 

rne'tVuVdo'in'of G.a.^iii'.'.'.'n'lim 



he luopbcts lone In lo hi Ihem « 1, 
n prophetic vision and beheld lb 
glories of the kingdom of G d. Wl 



'd'e'lT,I,','e'"an.'l d' d',! .',h'g 
nbis pigmy efforts to legu 



tbMan'u P and"ow P c"nnot' , d , o'''u. "it'", '.,?" 

","■',' ii"!ehie,lnr,s, w 1 ' a r~ s a g r , a t par 

ol lh. 1, iIioimi^., sial.. ,.1 1 ,.s.,l,, = ,. ami p„ 

Hoy are jnsi Ibe sain- , r worse. They ari 

■Id V.o, Id. tVh.lt doe. r piee'e'ldouohli,!!, 



.-.■..re.,. „,; 

l,..„.vh e 



1 f" "",' "I' with us, therefore earry 111 

ll.i.'w a Ibe feeling of Moses whei 



i','..',i.'i'iu. .pbe!',',' '•"ri,.!"i.!.'"i T; v ..'!' r E i.'!,.L''."i'i!.' 

end ,s 001 jol-o. II, ■ l.o.d is our la vv-g iv, . 
ml he shall reign over us.'' That was the 



of lbs power of lb.. 

a in Ibe i 1 "I lb ,\'l 



£ ,, :.M," , ",!::! , :;:.';,:rs:^!;.::„t: 



!',','","■' ■ I 'm'!i,-i!'i!i« '.'.",'' ''""„'' !Vmi,'"'""™" , 



,„!';,: i.:z 



'Man 


j-7'BSE 


,'!,'" \ 


rrentt.f in qnily'i but 


11,1.; 








li,.." 't it .|,. , . , "|. old,...', b' !'.'', p.. l''.|','"!.!,o,!'t', f'r..,'. 
ni.b! .I'd a elou ', pill.., I., d„v. Illii.y had ,..,. 



ng4"r,,^K"w^ 



'ij.L.i.oi. :■ and Ull us of pri 



THE DESERET NEW! 



[December 24, 1S62. 



Trinidc in f r .... > .. I.- aaid'-l ' 

'^.^■ , ,:™" , iV» , .". , .Vi"':i. , .v:. ! ;.£.;.';: 



'ii I Hi.'V « I ('.'■ I " '■■! -i g.-l ;l-'l 



IcJg* of Ihc.laivs or Go. 



■ C l.-K "ill ""I givnguagn 

„ i,,l..,. < >!l,«.j h liiv I,.'.'.. Irvni. ..I 

i„l Hongs .1' God by their inn. 

,|, | „ v , i,.,,,,, |,„| «.. bale col »ll I 



.|..|...|..l I'. ''.I.'." I'l "'" r.lig" 



S?4£L"SCS.*£ 



lif- 2" » principles, prinriph! 
-v . 1 i.. 1: i-.lo..i.ry.l.i,, 






ayune. Don't yon know how men will l.n. 

If" It ..nJ ' ■ . I . -•. ■ I" S"' bold ol .1 .I..H..I . 

Hi. ii ilioi..;lil8 nnd passions, then in a 
tl'i' Al'i-n I'uV. ln!'i would feci anil kno 



I I-: 1 Tin- world 

""r'i"i.' , 'i-M.|| 1 .:' 






''"'"' "ncsXw^nxioirsw.'a^'jli!,"! the '■',■''''■'"" n"i" I.,' ".■"'l.'.'rj. / us. Uo"' ""' 
ow careless about the ..Hi. r, >.l ..n. .d''. 'latum an. I destruction that pi 

i '• Ings tbat'aro transpiring, 'and be'c.'.n, ,.',.■,".•• .1 . -. th- i.„,d t..l, 

■ nent and introduces correct principles, it 

,,.,.,.' !.,.,..„- .... ,n,..|.,;., V| .i. t.1,.,1 

t'.i'l i'ii'i. l''i;.-1,".- !!! H,.. "l .s'"m%1i'«- II ,i..,i 
is to progress in tlie tlim.e ot be kingdom 

....it anii j'.'» v ;>ii ,' l ;i' l r ';, j a " bt ' e 1, *.'^ a s r s e j n ;; l " 

r o i i r I i'lie Sj 

■ pint of til- li'iing God dwelling in you, and 



build up the kingilo, 
LrVrVeUgfoncorn 



Now, Jean, aaul to tin .liar ,p!es, "P. ace [ 



f the knowledge of God a 



-hi ,,f the „„.,„i,.,i„l, f ll,0 ripi.ll ,.f 'I' 



THE EXCISE TAX LAW. 



B fr, in y pe.'aon ivlio may ,li,' all.-) 

IZ^^tK^SSalS 

it such property or inlereal therein, trans- 



„."i r .,f'.,nl!',,i'..i,''rl>* 'ia'a'al'",".'.".!'.' ,V 'a', 



Second. Where the 



I o"f arson entitled 

■,l,.,,'l"l,. a"l°,',',''l!.'" ,,'r"ai ivr 'of "the ?a rti'cVor 



ch property or pereor 
neglect to pay the afoi 



hen you get the Spirit of God, you feel full 

k.ii.ln. as, charily. loiiB-auiren'tiB, and you 



"('. .ll',!.. !i,", , ,!'v ; o.'her"d'eVr S eVof coiiate'Xoi? 
inity a t'h y an' " hefehtbetSre slated, "™ 

I" a s'r..l,Ber ,,i hi 1 1L | ill,,. 

f P fii'e'do < '!lar8°for r e a ach and "very hundred 
Provided, That ail legacies or property pass- 



,-ou. I go to prepare a place for ion. \,.d "'■•""■";'"■'" ■■, .Ins- ... f. .■■,„, .-.., , 

1 , i, ' "" » > j i' t ' " . 

' ' J eaav .'' " rVhv.'' sava the man. "lint we find ] 



Peace la the ciit „!' God. Do ynu wan 

voiii' I.,'..'',, a? Go l„ G id." d'," l a,',', ' « ., !, 
peace to brood over you, tamilieaV II y., 

Gadwiirdwell af l""i,i'i"i' ii'i'iii "m lor"tl ' 



of heaven and of < 



,,'.. |. till,. .,;, 1.1. 



*Pj. " r |j_.^ r .? 

govern' th.'in.ei'vr l r."' a'a.l It"" 



Got". Hi 

,'.'' jn'.ipl',.! " 



mil'" .'sali'i 



ly j.anl I,, an.l ,1 ac arced by the Un 
per8on who may take the burden 



..I to Hi.- legatees or any parties . 



i', i ! , |, , a r ' , , , !,'a,ml! d fo f rm I 'a"d"m°n 

.a',. a.-:', I,,',l by Hie cViii'inis'-iot', 



whin light,.-* - *«»y«T.. 

i !',, ,,'| i'h. 'a, 'in. !,, J., I,"'ui,'.|. t"'t't' . 1 . ." "a ,' , .'.',,', ' ," ! . 
f Christ is eaey and his burden la light. ' or receipts, duly signed and delivered by mi 



under existing laws, (be proper officer of the 
United s atea shall commence such proeeed- 

ing " 'd 'Vb! V m be er °r'o e .eT and^e'e'easar " 
to enforce and realize the hen or charge upon 

the?e P fTo?whie P b e S 

I,'," ailri.ly'an.i joally I. ' Under such pro- 
tody or possession of such properly or per. 
soiial estate, or any part thereof, and shall 



rduty, together with all costs and expenses 

I eierv il.-aaii, .!'„., I., be allowed by such 
ourt, shall be first paid, and the balance, it 

o'urt, to be paid under ?ts direction to such 



by the officer lawfully charged with earning 

the aainciuto Client, aliall veal in the chaser 

thereof all the title of the delinquent to the 

property or personal estate sold , rand by 

vir ue of such judgment or decree, and shall 



ly law cliicr of the Un.led Sla 
■puty or agent, who may desire I 

icords, files/ ot papers, shall ' 

foresaid, he shall forfeit and pay 

quency in making the schedule, lis 
--t, or in the payment of the d 

ssme'nt and Collection shall Ii 

Provided, In all legal controvet 



any corporate body, nt prop, tiy ..I ,n,i inc.. 

Coin,, iasioner of Internal [{avenue to prescribi 
and determine in what district s ch tax shal 

bell"" shall be given," and"f »'C 'p") ""'''' 



Sec. 114. And 



S-atea. And Ilia proceedings f< 
or the United Slates* for'tbe d'i's 



such articles for the purpose of Belling tho 
same, with the design of avoiding payment of 



December 24, 1862.] 



THE DESEltET NEWS. 



■HE WONDERFUL TVPE-M'.TTINU "If 
AM) UIM'IUBUTING " " ' 



one c.f these ,.,.., !,.|. a ,.. i. i ,,,..„ wholly Th 



■;,5'".::.:. 



r.%».«. 



I" be printed from. The .■,,.:,,.!.." II,,,, v,tv little „ I „ 
•'■ and "hyphens" are distributed close a thimblefull in a 

apidly than the 



I by io doing, 



.•■•.■„.„ 



agc.from S.,n Franeia 
dnr Bteamcr or the 

bin, $;in n a $2- 



"£?'"' 



ri « killed and others wounded. 

"'<"\ : "M 1 w-ti ir-ti .-u,, r ^,.i..n. lC.ic.il K eiH.i B . But. -Mr, .,!,., ,,, .,, ! '■■""■" '■■■>■ ' n flcrmon r.t 

'■''■■■." ! : ' —■■!'-> - : ' iiii.Jl.ik.- I, y !,,,,, Inur Hi. ■ I -Mil i:r,i,, ,-,f ||,.. i „,!., ,,,■ |„, ,' ,, , ' IS '-". )»«■■ Wjil^Mirlh • I Hi,,) v „ 

ii.nothoVI,!,,, w.h/,,,,,,,,,,- MaZ;;: 1 """' 1 ' 
setts. For twenty yearB of bis life bo dcvo- ' 

the 'labor. TbeTnceMaii'^t-ain^orVo'lonJ 

''xli,in : .MM-|- (l r a (i/ii,)!,,!), iNil.ir.illy feeble, ,,nJ 



railed up intra 


.11, 
any 


,..;..!.■ M- ,!...'■.■ 
are all plainly 


°.tu 



iSsSfffHiion!;""^^"' 

ished ileal, lillef. nearly full with excavati, 
I'p-.n Uie I.,, id.- ..I ibis "excavated rim" tb 
are nine steel rods connec inguitt, Che ■■„, 
or register wheel," containing; nine rows 
steel puis. At one end of tbeae rods, near 
tbe "inner wheel," there are "levers'- ale, 
ed. Toe 'main wheel" revolves around I 

it tbe "conveyors." " Upo" one"" y or 6 ihi 

"conveyors" there are nine movable polist 

s'eel ■ lingers," which are protected ouIb: 

by ahect brass, and capable ot being forn 

II lentCOmb 

K.ido along in ihe grooi 



N-y.lie .:.i;i ,-:,. ,|y cone, i ,i b, l„i i.in 
I"' signals u|...|, '.be ",.•,■,...., „i ,.,.!,■• 
v, ,. portion of them, as may be necessary. 

purely automatical." Both operations io.iv In 
carried on together, or separately. Tb 
operator pays no attention whatever to th. 

'"-I'"" 1 ' except 1/. place a page of deac 

ma, ei ieicn"pi I,.! in,, ,„ II,, • i.,l,|,. | ,,,, 

iii.ich. n.iy «l itself It,™ takes charge of it. 

..'li,,. appliances of luacbinery carry the line 
along to the en.l of a.ieep "alley," and then 

''i'-i'i'.-' : . , hi| l '!"ci,°r'iJ. ey0r °" St0P ' ""' CaCb ' 
"alley." Nor' can it be possible to make" 
mistake by misplacing a letter; tor the gov 
.•mini: power is I ,w itself; and that control- 

llig power is tbe different combuiat s ot 

nicks in the tyi .. The type, by the wav, 

than that made in the usual wayfwoSli 

readi'y accounted for by Ihe saving „f metal. 
Old type, of any description, can be nicked 

' I it anil aclaptVsclf'i'o in'iamafhl'ne'' 

•ll..-l...i.,-.|.:.-cf ". n. i„l, nt, on" is much the 
same as that of "setting, ' (he only dtllor, nee 
being, in selling the leading power is the 

touch of tie keys, wn Is in ilista ,ln,i,„,.- 

the type, forming 

"" "lopi-ii'g I"' Hie clou i, 

s"i,po„,l being changed |,c„, 
grooves upon the "moo 



m ; ''oT ! ( l'.S''. 
1 out through t. 



tended. 8 lie triumphed even be- 

il'i» mac oiii.su.cs.l.il and 



tug eagle back it) 

.Vhy are two t> 



;*zkz 



lere are a great many more "ly 
rors" nade in distributing tint, 



»i experimenting, lie conceived the 
^w'JchfiarH^clnifi 



^e,rta,„ S S^„at^ a 



, ihe tost "envoy,,,'' pis. 
signal by eeiL, i, of the ■■ 



taking out in type, which is fi_i 



If that "alley" 


becomes either full or emp'y 
pasBeson to the n-xt line. It 


■'"■ ' !„,„,, Oi ', 1 ,.,.' lit, ',,,,1 ' o,'o.' 


the "conveyor' 






distributing anil not setting 




Ihe typ.s; and 




,,,,',," 


lotos "pfbap*'' ami din'o'ibe 


ean^ioT'lhe^oo^foV'm^SL'ofiiie'm 


surplus the,., n 


n Mt't, on%'bV table a"'" 




the Ivp,- is ,.g, 






ted place. "Could -nnh,,,.' 


be credited. ' 




in turned into bra..?" We 




a"'" ^Son It 




FACTS AND FICTION. 










or any and every emerge,,,;, 


-The Charleston^/emiry say., "The Va 


throughout th 


ent.re machine. No wear 










There arc- mi 


nerons ponds of equal beauty 










mo d re i "a"mi, l a e bTe 


,1 Coning. Nothing „„ ],c 


-The latest mil. leal Intelligence is 111 




'ban 'c-'ps ("oi''"" 6 "' "" *""'' °" *'"" '' 


1 , , 





eup, because he hall, done great thing.." 
-The Halifax papers say that among Ihe 

more of the large Confederate war steamers 
about completed in England. 

ionglit lo"entort°he wus 'refused permlSSlor)!'" 



Jj™ while engaged so many years upon I 

Henry W. Alden, after Ihe inventor's d.al 
proceeded to make valuable improvemei 



n tbe bea 


, b 


y « 


soldier 


with a s 


-A soldier I 


T 




sece wr 








In 


























oie? lias 






















{,„ 




try, my 


country, 



c7m»y°r,Vm'; 



only to make 



Com. Porter promises Ihe opening of the 

United JFatas! If he' keep's bisTromise'be. 
-'" u i a Santa Clans worth lalkn g ah 



sneaking tohlrnw 
"Vanity Fair" qua 

■lied h.'t i.y"t,™"lJi1 



-A French paper, the Paris Patrie, 

smissed'the service in disgrace, and bis I President Davis" ears'." Trie editor" 
signiaof office stripped from him In prisence have Jell's ears extend all the way aero. 






Wednesday, ....December 24, 1862' 

THE BATTLE 01' FBEDERICKSBUBO 



THE bfeS-ifeEf NEtfS. 


eneny back to their lneol 


not for a moment be aupp 


ar ot tin city, although llity 


numerous and well-Jiacip 


ely, Bncl deal out death will) 


mamled by one or tbe bra, 


Tbe Federals sre represented 






until after their ranks bad 




ned by tile operation, of lb 


ai in complete occupation of 


Tbe reports relative mt 




by tbe Union army from tr 


under Gen. Franklin cr-sse.l 


mouth on the night ot the 


1, while pulling in their pon- 


on tbe night of the lSlh, 
very conclusive. Tbe li 



tBccEMBEi: 24, i83fi.' 

The commi tee on Roads, 



oppo.i ion while polling 
morning ot the lSlb w 



upyingFiedeiiclB 
lalncd, fromdesert 
I strength ot the 



, Gens. Lee, Hill, Lo 



ifiered according t 
relicb, numbering 



.idering the number of men engaged (If I 
number only about twelve hundred are 

loss s sustained were no greater than sla 
the fighting was not so disparate as re] 

LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. 

The Legislative Assembly doeB not B-ei 

both branches have apparently been moi 

generally are, and have, so far ae our kn 

ledge extends, evince,! a disposition to 

gocd of their constituents, individua:!y, 
the community generally, by enacting , 
laws and mailing such provisions, during tbe 



Fayette G> anger, asking for a ferry f.anchiB 



Fredericksburg four da; 



sdsy. Tbe o;her d 
tbe left to the rghi, 



Mr. Cunnninga presented a petitio 
,usly signed by the citizens of Utal 



sorieBot battles, and the 



Hyde presented a pe> 



1 a petition from the P.ovo Kanyon Ria.t 
: claim of the Torritory to said road, 
littee on Roads, Ferries, Bridges and 
the 18tb, in the House, Mr. Taylor, 



uion army were engaged. The 
t made by Gen. Burnside, is re- 
: been on the night ot the lOtb 



up rockets to inform tbem that 
,kccs" were ccming. The work of c 
ling three pontoon bridges across the 



.use, proposing a joi 
bly at an early hour, 



ited to confer wit 
Carrington aiU Bensoi 



Tuesday, Mr. Long 



tbe Territorial Trel 



,tp on the city and tbe enemy's rifle-pits n 



,ed stating tha 
■epared to mee 

d by that body, 



asked tbe House to appoin 
■ewitb. on tbe su'ject, ar 



> after dark on Monday night the 15th, a bei 



profusely 



tffort to drive the Confederates fro 
jjfle pits and earth works along t! 

bridges, and al about five o'clock in tl 
Dflua the arm;- commenced oroasifig 



di.solutiun of i 



ledingly fierce and bloody, toi 



December 44, 1S03.J 



THE DESERET NEWS, 



MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS. [defense of t'.e d| 



already 6e»».l> di. 
lily supplies, tbeyh 



tack Washington. Ttic 
-begotten of ignorance a 



,-linalcly refusing to comply 



■ I would ask, what : 



The New York Journal o/Tommtrcr, 
ngConservati.ejourn.l, in preaenti. 
eaders the P.esident's Message, ta 
annot give it to our readers wilhou 



■equire.l lu give bail in the sum of five liu ilr< 
lollars each Tor tbeir appearance at the nei 
:erm of tbo Third D.sliiel Curl, in defau 



. Vincent (W. I.,) o 



ition of the island. Many of the man 
r field-d recti re narrowly escaped, whi 
were diefig.red lor life by the br 



'ere wantonly demolished. The 
and effects of the manager! 
destroyed and Iheir families tor 



going a reputed pureative process nil 

beg, , . of Mr. Lincoln's adminisl 

Ca'aline, in the days of Roman degei 
was banished on stiu'titly ^routni.'.! unpii' 



Hie liuancial propositions of tho Pre 
: Journal 0/ Cammtrcc affirms lhat tl 
ected at once by the good sense of 



lws of money. Of thi 
allon policy, Ibe satn 
he whole plan a failu 



re-establish the glory of the Union." 

The library of Congress has been reel 
enriched by very valuable accessions in An 
ican history, topography, nnti, .ities 
politics; also by rare works of foreign lit, 
ture; and a new library room I as been ope 
in the south wing of ibe old Capital. 

The U. S. Senate on Dec. 1, was opened \ 
the following prayer by Ihe Rev. Dr. Sun. 

"Almighty and Everlae'ing God, who 



graciously preserved 

•ethei in h.- high 10'iiHaie . I 
iberate upon ihe alturj of a 



some of the army officers, who 
their men with them and estab 
Dictatorship. A special corres 
Hew York i"n6ii«e writes that, 


were to carry 


and labors. °May they s.and in more iha, 

virtue before tbe people. Remove far awaj 
rrom the body and members at the American 


Bion of McClellan's parting wit 
few regiments of regulars at 

cheer for McClellan, hut beca 


his army, a 
od in dumb 
lot willing to 
se Ihey bad 


pro! > \ wlubil I | 1 I all 
unworthy motives and ik-sires -to give to them 
influence with tbe p-o\,W in tb-ii lii-li a<.w.i- 
tiou as Cons npt Fathers and Elders of the 


been led by their officers to bell 
was removed, they would be 


ve that if he 
nstructed by 


ul lon-Kii intorwiuion have been thus far 
postponed and defeated. We rejoice in that 




thatnoBuch 


false and Wise prop] '•■ a ■•■-.■ \ -r\ ."' n ■ 
r ,.j,i, C i,ilh, (.ruble h-ry fur, .ice thron K l, 



Jesus Christ, our L01 
.from Cbaplaii 



tifying power, through 



INITREMTNU I'UII.M BERMUDA. 
We have advices froTthe islands to the 2; 
The Colonial Legislature on the i h u 



the Federal gunboats hovering round rai 
down to the Gladiator and sent a search offi 
cer oil board. The Desperate iminediatclj 
ranged alongside. The Gladialor "pa;se. 
muster" on this occoeion; but Ihe Nassau (N 
P,W. I.) eVWion intimate, the genera 
liel ef that ' had the Desperate not been there 



The sine ss of A liniul Wilkes' -V 

> the people of tbe Islands. The Bel 



nd for renewed union and greater power, w.-llu. ai..i.l li 1 1 . : ... 

ad greater love, and greater joy forcier. i'id|.'ii'g from hie ill..!-.. 

The N. Y. Spirit of th, Tim,, Beverely Eo'be'fc.V.' « ". iV- .' I ", ^ "".') .'. 

Itacka See. Seward— no can.e asBigned. „,,, ..." ' j,| „.','.!,„'. 1 ,, ,' 

AS.. Liuis cvrresi.an.l.al o. Ill; Cuu.o.ij to .,.(.. .wi lu-.ije ,« l.o 



as ho could find no person 
) pay eight hundred dollais, 











1 and the 


th.r two thieves. It 










1 bad nlola 




tthef 


nd frustra 


ed by the uabbing'" 
ubscquontly led to tb 


of M 




to be an experience! 


r ef lb 


t kind, wb 


sell more slock thai 


buy. 






THE 


I'lllAIT. 


ALABAMA. 


snoto 


0.13 craft, 


which has justly be. 












1, with a British reg- 



NAVIGATION OF SNAKE RIVER. 
By recent adviceB from Oregon and Was 



1 Fort Boise, by ,„,., lu ;„ 

ttlement of Washing on Te, 



TFIE DESEEET NEWS. 



[December 24, 1862. 



*. HI I V . «" I elated at "Lynmere" by the plantations of five, by yeur tardineBS. But your not being meal? The alandard of excellence i, always 

GROWTH OF FOREST TREES, "re™ alluded to in tl e foreg n, I xTbHe'lTlhe 

Mr. R. S. Pay, of Lyiimero, Lynn, Ms 1 111 , ' ' ' j 1 J ," e 'ere*' S,^ 

.writer in the (Wry C,n!l,mm, ot Nov. n„s ,;n„M h „„„e xaell, il,.„, „„v d.-, , ,,,- „„.,., ,,,,;„,,;,, Mi ,.,„,„..„,„, „!„,„.; 1...W., ,„ ,„ t ,l forming on a large 

"7 tread,," ..fill- «ul'i-cl ....li ..F . . i in ll„. 'on w„„'.l hue .!,.,„., „,,.! .,! gl, sino-k ,. , (|: |h ,..,, ,...,..,. ,., ,„,.. , | m]l „ „,, a „ ,,lc „,„„.,, h „„.„:„„„ v, not real." 

' .!-,,. . ,, , „ , , '')' ' ■ '■ "I '■'"' lirl1 '»"' 'bonces ,,!,.„,.,,,, „„,,,, .,',„, j !,,„ „, „, „,.. I..,. u,.| - — -■•-- 

,,eadtngofthlsarl,clvl,,l„»o|,',„ull) proles'. , I,. „,-,.. v,-», we confess we scardlr «n, | o 1 j ,„ , r I, , <n C,,T , on.- I he , xperiment of r.iis- 

againat the winter pruning of trees of a, Ml I tried m Califor- 



ie» Hirer or apring, umie ti.r iu ,, , a |i||ce 8(ron]il lhe m08t lxUnai 

>. or asce ding the wound re- e»a,,,ple cf tl„- kind with which the writer 

ug and festering for months, acquainted in this country." 

Je w"ood"°forrn'in J g C procees being H0W T0 MANAGE FRUIT SEEDS, 

the wound made by the pruning , f our reaJcr> bavei „ ol a]rea(lv Ernera . 



Another writer (rives an account of the 
feet of early and annual pruning of fo 
trees in England— mentioning "an .,ak of il 
feet in height, planted in 1805, which in 1 
(a pc,Io!o!growuof27 years) attain. 



I -in. high, hadagr, 



worthy of t 

futur'e guidance an 
reference. The ar 
Professor J. C. Ho 
Ohio former: 
"The seeds of 



, the following v 



'"- '"""' ""'""- ».,,„! i„„ n ,.,li.,l,.| v . li .'s are Hi ... Hi. 

I Italian poplar of p„lp ,„,, ,1 ,,i ,... I, ,■„„•„, .,i, ,,o commenced, 

,l'n" C f he"' above anl 8 "' Ion,' if V I ,„„,. i ''! , ,',,,'.,', ', o„ l" ,',f ' 1 1'„' 
. . . , ' uri.und el! u r end become ,'rv, lie, do 



Eeca'^eseet 






eight, those above 3 feet being generally 
■Site maples. The soil ia rough, gravelly 
n,l hungry, and the only advantage the trees 
ave had, the ground bo,,, e; too rn„o|, lor plow- 



ing lightly witheanh 



eery rows Tor b-ddinR. 

Plum pits may be treated the same aa th< 

r ,?r£F l ihKv? d p ™' 

plan. ' " "° a6 °° 

Prepare a piece ot ground in the autumn, 
scalier he pus „|.o,,!,e '.,,,„, ,.„ Vl r „,.,„,. 

crarV't'liem'" 1 ' "^ "" '""' "'' "''"" "'" 

eo«,In*u° "the" 'must then be'tlker, ' *'"' U 



uti'y. """ ' "" ' *\ Talking to Boys.— Billy Rossis a green 


■ ruling , io„.|„ sea- lein;.. ranee lecluier, and at llushiille, III. 






1 von 1, el the time is! Now, boys, when I ask you a ,|„oa,,on, you 








ig,$nstas suits you thinkwhoownlhem.il! now? your fain, rs 










ighsa'nd tears, many 


Well, where will your fathers be twenty 



"::'-?, 



Dwight used to remark t 



P lf.' e8 A n orcha' 



Deadl shouted the boys. 

•11, . 11-8 r. el,,, \,,J wLo will own all .Lis 
.roperty then? 
Us boysl 
Rinht. New, tell me dd you ever, in going 



We'l'l, w'heie will they be twenty years from 
Dead! shouted lhe urchins. 



■ Lord God calle, 



The above are the precise division 
'we"'e7n t p, e each e er! , "Ludfc™us' 1 a e s 1 



i,i,\,lu\l.'r,','';r''his^! , e,glA,«s''fr,S' t yarfand 
-■ --d, is very li.ely lo steal more things 



soften the case »,,,,. f <". 

bi liatel ,„ ,l,e so,,,, ■ Lord' o "1 pi,, , 
' 8! 'ng large return, 
nan, and cal ii.g 



tiaav 




nt. An 




well p| 
















d'haiiTa 




, ! 


! : ,:! : 
















fn 






. No re 






























' 






°a"f fr'th Vh' 




--,, 



. TO FARMER'S WIVES. 



aSSE'b, 

v.;,, w,n,„„: lv ,„,e.,,,„„ b ., 



The best is th I, , 
° E 'f^vne^wo 1 brlng ^ VhVB d maUer* t iorn"^o ! 



) from the North a 



tXaruAra^a'c' 
pion, and a wild ihislle. ihe 

acription'oftheoeimri/iit 



I'M AFLOAT! I 'ill AFIOAT1' 

CHEMICAT works. 



LABORATORY 



KEFINED SALERATUS, 
Crystalized Carbonate of Soda, 



INK, INK, INK, INK, INK. 



5ABLE DYE SITlf. 



K.,o/,:/„e, -,/-.! c. PYPER.SHt ir.n.l! 



syojeelf, Ihanuave himwait^they exhibit a peraona'Ve'fererice "foMeau a . a. L en,, Dee. n7ia«l. TVrB " * "mS 



Decesibek 24, 1862 



TIIE DESERET NE 



©etuual Notices. 



WW. 



A.^. 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS ! 



w^::z 



TAKE PAETICULAE HOTICE. 



©cncral Notices. 

W. F. ANDEaSONTM^ 



_®cncral Noticca. 

WOoiTcABDING. 



©nural Notice©. 



ADMINISTEATOE S HOTICE. 



SIGN OF TIIS GOLDEN BOOTS 



m 



C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKEE, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



A r. D £i 



HENEY LEWIS 



MUSIC. 



\:^c: ■;,::, 



WANTED IMMEDIATELY, 

6000 lbs. CHOICE BUTTEE, 
17-lf By WALKER BROTHERS. 






WARD WEAVING FACT0P.Y. 



THE L A D I 
MRS. C0LEBE00K 



^^NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 

flffH — ■ % 

LARSEN & MAGLEBY, 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN " STREET, 



ffi ' 



VALUABLE PEOPERTY FOE SALE: 






HURRAH! HURRAH! 
NO MORE BAD MATCHES. 



EOBEET GEEEB, 
REAL GOOD MATCHES. 



TO ARRIVE! 

YALIERBROS: 

cTo"o D 8 ! ! 



400 Packages of Hickories and Checks 

60 Cooking StoveB, Small and Large, 

New Designs. 

5000 lbs. Sheet Iron, Light and Heavj^ 

TIN PI ATE, HOLLOW. WAKE AND 

TIN-WAKE. 
15,000 lbs. Sugar and Coffee. 
6000 lbs. of Teas, fine quality, Hyson, 
Gunpowder, &c. 

Denims, Cottonades and Drillings. 
700 Doz. White Granite Cups, Saucers 
and Plates. 

FANCY SHIRTING, 
School Book!, Slain and Lcltcr- Paper. 

5000 lbs. of Tobacco, Sweet and Natural 
Leaf. 

A Fine Assortment or 

CLOTHING, HATS 
BOOTS AND SHOES. 



npowder, Honey, 

Scythes, Sno'veto, etc. et. 

S OF MVKRY DESCRIPTION. 



GLOBE 

BAKERY AM) DI.VJK BOOK, 

Next door to Post Office. 



lOLlfiHTLI 



i-llisr CLASS BOARD 






1J1KOIIAVI 



mrxv 



i).,' 



CLOTH MiflHFABTOM 

GE0EGE B0NELLI, 19th Ward. 

C it E A T 1HDDCEHLK 

CASH _BD Y E K S. 
KIMBALL & LAWKENCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 
LOW PRICES. 



H. L. RAYMOND, 



TIIE DESERET NEWS 



[Decbmbeb 24, 1862. 



ner of which had hecn ™.Vr(d The Mexicar 
Mieisler of Foreign AlTiirs had flout In a re- 
ply lo this [irolcB', piling hin reasons for tbf 
roMlurl of thci;<.v.n,ni,-,,t and the raus.-^M h,rl 
led more paiticularly lo tho expulsion of the 

The Mecca, Congress waa ope-ed with 
appropria'c eereinomei. on the 20 h ult. The 
Prea .lent of 



-I a.l.ll.- «., 






WHAT IS WANTED. 

Crrror, Ntws: 

Knowing the deep interest you t 
the manufacture of paper, anil yoi 

you can publish New, of a coo ', bj 



KEXICAK PIIKPAI, 



val at New York from Ilavan bringa 



ateamer from the city of Mexico lo (J.!, 
from On/., ha to the Wxh, and from 
Cruz lo Xoieinler 1. The iiewa is irr 



of Hie iroopa m d eailumof II,,- laic, pi;..- ■ R.UiS I KAUS! 

""" i-"""!-' 1 "' 3'"'™ '■"', ''"'- ■"">"»' We are nearly out of 

:; , :." , ; l !... : | ::: , !:, |, :.," : ' ...:;:;::' ,: v ... ;'":: f"p««i». 



KAUS at (he 
especially in. 






is necessarily si w. 
There are bundre, 



VwVI-'r'ench'irans, 

s. Mam hers „", 
Inglishbiighadpe 



leading i iirnals in San Francisco, a 

of Gov. Young, announcing the opening of 

:k of the Union Pjc fie Railroad com- 
pany on the 20*.h ult., the closing paragraph 
of which wasaalollows: 



ho overland telegraph wh 
,u ting up the poles for hu 



','.;;; 






-'■■"' 






: Paper Rags— ive ha 
i bard to exchange for them 
Willi,)!: I"'.']" T > Mi'rn(ir;![i(liiin l.oo!;?, 
Cnpy lit-'oka, Paste Board, 

\ l' I r 'rn Riga collected in ufah. 
Ir.-s---.-irl of !;illiji- - r t j't.nr cliirk-.-i.a to hi 



wSst-of, 



West Point.— It ii 



lys 



:1 traitors are West 



nt religiously past, 

e Kalh'ia'pnncc Lo 



"— Cula/o,ii,,n M.r.un 



JHarrici: 



New QUmcrtiscmcnts. 









we have had enough of it. In 

l,ro,i-ht ah, ,,l l,y Hi- geiu-ial. 



bane of the ce.in.trv — ...,,1 , 
tirely free from lli.ir , 
■il.e.r : ilo,i,|.-o yel i.inkl,- 



Jiiu'ron ;,, ,1 M,. ;,.-:. ,„t a,e,!,eban.lc.l:heir !h 



- ll,,cl.y .Mountains may 



a for the defence 



J cker J. (J.-,, the ,..[,„ a i„n of >,1k ,', , ,,'i'pail -.1'. 



country -only West P, 



They 
Pope —One day, as 



he .'.aa;..;.l....|,.,:; ,,, i,„ 

l',','''',nV M,1 . , d''-o"| r av" U0 ' 1 

l'.-|.,-';,'.is.i-,., l ,l'„!:,,','.,e,''l 
el..|.',..,l l!,..|,i,s.,;:.. v til- 



DESERET MACHINE SHOP. 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



, 1? T H AND Z, : 3 3 T. ? T 



NO, 27. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY. WEDNESDAY. "DECEMBER 31, i S 62. 



VOL. XII. 




Tbo ch 



cC the Lord up 

of tile pei'M-*, 
Theatre in t 


n President Young 
building for the ente 
nconragecl the rnanag 

e labors before tb 


Israel,' here an 
EUera Oreo] 


throughout the wor 
Hy.le, Amasa M. Ly 



played Bweetly the 



Elder John Taylor, nnde some remarks 
and was followcl by Presiilcnb Young, witt 
general instructions and encouragement tc 
tbe Saints. The word was passed to the 
manager, the scene was instantly changed, 
the orchestrn e'ruclt up Sir Itoger tic Overly, 
and a Bclect company already on the boards 
went through with right good willtbat favor- 






The remainder 
the dance, i 

an opportu. 



visibly bespeak h gh ooayi.-l.Taliuiia 
fort and refined enjoyment. 

H would be improper now, as tin 
is yet unfinished, to give details of 
Before another season every thh 
procured that has hindered its c< 
then we may expect to 3ay u.ore 



By v.-nycf ir.t-oiuctory, (he s 
JohnT. Caine Eiq , stepped b 
lights and delivered the follow 



ullryo.i lo-,;j 
y«u, =u.. t bid 
,.m, 'i..,„p|... 



HOJYEYIOOJY 



.Iici;,-'" 
Rolando 
ll.illlu.zir 



Ing powerful cast, em 

re etrengthof the Con 

- Mr. Jobn T. C 

- Mr. P. Margci 



"Thellaiiner "< our Coun 



■|li„n T l,.-. 



e music: Hail Columbia, Iioso Bud 
in, Diadem Polka, Duke of Iilck- 
■ iltz, Sl.ir Spangled Banner, Queen 
II ill Waltzes, Immortelin Waltzes, 
'k-i PolU.1, WilliinaiMileof Edluturg'i 
5ly Wit. 'a a Wli.Bom Wee thing. 

emitting 



■I'll 



effect, two French b 
not bo invidious ti 



entcrlain- 



Spoken by Mr. John It.' Ciawson 

•o conclude with tb^mirth-provoking Irish 

PADDY MILES' BOY 

IRISH MISCHIEF. 



uavamishad I(e 
rly in July, M , 



Hive place to 
,f-.|-.uh,e l.y tl... 



n, ]ir,.;. t rti.' 



The players wh 
d'night" f^, ' * 

, * " I'irt" ho e w V ever r hu V 
a beautiful c 



^e WW -_ - Mis 

our c;h:\iry'.s "bV\ 



plcasedtoBee Mr. John M. Jones a-ain am 
first violins, and Mr. Mark Cro.va 
solos on the Cornet-a-pisfon aro deserve 
appreciated. 

We take great satisfaction in noticing t; 
good order was obeerved throughout tho wh 

abandon whistling and yelling, tbe then 






a every thing. The 



Igbtintbe agreeable Bludy of I 



e largely 



THE OPENING AND FIRST WEEK OF 
THE THEATRE. —JT 

Notwithstanding the numbering of the s 



of Christmas day, the r 
began to assemble early ii 
'be pillars of the theatre, 






I' lit itlOJI. 

'.I'iil.'v '.wii ; 



Tim AutinlcAK AoiucuLlunlsT. — Wo 


would call tho altentio 




agriculture (and who is not?) throughout thin 






tunity is offered for b 


ing supplied one year 


with that popular ai 


d valuable illustrated 


["■Modioli, Tiie Jlmeric 


,. jtgrtaM.™.,, by tbe 


.lelmry of a Bmall amount of grain at tbu 




Salt Lake City. Far- 


mere should read it. 111 






ubscription; the ladies 


should read it for its n 




inestic Economy; pare 




heir children, and all should join for its gen- 


eral circulation, as introducing a periodical 


supply of good and use 


ul reading matter for 




arm money or grain. 


See Mr. Kaiabetfs adv 


rtisement. 



evening around 
for an hour 1 

opening of I 



, I],.. (V.t)i-'l coinra.m lii:- .nil a L-ai-i.Jt.T3 

j number of the merchant, transient tra 

ders, officers of tbe Overland Mail and Tell 

graph companies, and other gentlemen. It i 



fearB of injury to ladies and children; but we 
kave not learned of any person hav;ng been 



I the festivities oft 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[December 31, 



a si.mii.i: n'i; Tin: m asun or i 



The Richmond /nmiirer aaye ll.r conduct of l.ineoln'a emancipation policy may be more fust r-prcw. d I,) The pig. the f. at tta ; 
the yankee Abolition Aimy under Burnable 'clearly developed. Gov. More bad die- poet ol Athens, 6,c biindfjd and twenty-i 
baa exceeded (bat of Pope. The out. ages in patched to President Uivia that the peorle J^'al" J!",!', ,.',',',',, '„,,','.". "'. " '.""„'], 

mill, and effective, i that the people woud no! stand it till then, for public sport, r-ji'ir.- |m ,'„', .,„.'i !„ 

Tho Confedcratee at Richmond are report- | In Aikansae the Confederates have cokljMqae repreaaiitalinn! »«" In ivislci.ee 
ed to be under no appr. h.i.sioi.8 from an at- only burned all old cotton, lint are now burn- UbJ! ""> ;.,..,'.'''. .' "■"!,' .'.^"j,,-, „„ 
tack, their defences being so efficient, and in-; tbe new. All north of While river la to. early intbe attempt ol trooUdoT" mlnstr. 

The Charleston .V..i.i.-«r,t.s ll.e following. Ingtoit. ""sto^es'from he Bible were r- 



Kirby Sin tb and Bra 



ITEMS Of SOUTHERN NEWS, 

temporarily obslructcd by the uae of raiho. 
iron, go that the Confederates can readily r 



very one of them with perfect Bafely 






The Southern Cftroni 



cr the peojde of the Border Statea hod ou 

of which Mr. Lincoln Is the head, is eometbin, 

tyfrom becoming impairod, tbe belter olf the 
will be. 
Capt. Pane, formerly of the V. S. Navj 

U. 8. troops: "We whip them most aoundl 



. S. The Richmond /•:, ,,„. 

Iier or not tbe army of the 

emently maintained by tbe 

>nd auction a gang of forty. 
:ij>ally women and children) 



The legislature of Arkansas assemble! 
Kittle Rick, in the early part of Novcm 
Gov. Rector, for some lime a refugee fron 
capital, was present, aril delivered his 
sage, and Ihcn res gncd his post. 

The Richmond Dinilch thus indigna 



butor select 


>S part 


liar 






ation of W. 


mioglon 


N. C. 


s 12,000. 1 




4,0110 bavin 


joined 










THE THEATRE 





II i- generally II, e opinion ol Hi. 

haioanni. in ihe progress of 
exis.ence as a being coming 'd. 



for tllOBe goven. men's 



The conduct of the negroes In New Orlea 

le abolitionists having utterly dcuioraliz 

In New Orleans lately, a white m, 

r. The case was brought up be'ore Pr 
ist-Maishal killborn. The "gei.tlema 



Georgia Legislature, calls attention 1 
landing of several companioi of negro ac 
from the North, at St. Mary's, Camdei 



I The Richmond Dit,,ulcl of Nov. 23 says, 



ceded the one in which ihey del 
Tragedy, according lo history, 



Iheir accounts as 'glorious victories/" The m; 
hae been lately discovered in Georgia i indicat 
by digging wells forty miles from the .latest i 



r...u,_S.'()C-a.-|, with 



for other much needed articles 
tae fust of January, when Mr 



displayed iheir li 



1 lie plays of Ceicj and Flora were taken 
.'bse'ene'eia ' '"■ ','« ml' ' """I" 6 "" "'"'^ 

lilong.it d ran l„ our own day."" n,e'r,..'g,'dy 

of Alas'.as,'' however, is lecorded to be the 






indisposed 


i 


too, bav 


ea 


rhen you can 


ay 


npalbhte 


w 


«:■■.«::■: 


I 


iSJtf, 


ous 



-Late West India t 



Anderson, of Fort Si. 



Newport, Ky, " * 

—The bride elect of the Prince of Wales i 

name,! Al >.,„„,., ,:,,,„ Maria Charlotte 

LsuiBa Julu^and she is in London, 



December 31, 1862.] 



THE DESEItET NEWS, 



CHEMISTRY AND FIIVSICS. 



rVTJEEN MONEY 



SULR'II of [.( [[IKK. 



sibie'awma o(i° Upon 'this curious phenomenon den,,,,!, .. °" '!" '!;'> I''""'' ' ''' ' ' "'■VheT non .'• '.','," nil *\-'"» »'>■' !h, 

, ,. [" ; '''H : -im «» ....... ,n, ,. i, ..,.., ..., „;,„„,!,, ;;■'';"■ ■''■ '';.; " , .;.. 'I,-, «». .,,. ...„i„ r;.- 1 ;' .■;','•' ;•■'! 



'ake'tSff'of ; r . , .'V."f :\/''"''\ .'' r '' ,| ' ' ' 'v "' J ^ '■ 1 -'%' '''." T ^^ ' ; V, : ^' 'V; ri-v. J „,,h ii.:I.Kl| r ru,«,Uo7."the follow-! |"||f,',.!'" ^J',',',;:,- s V,'!,'r'hl'r'Mkha"l ,, An J -elo l 
'] am J without •. a state of boilmj, thus the wh pace be- ', 'V '"'.' -' -''■?- lhey are ,"° w '. ei nor - wll ollyJ A SINCULAn CASR OF NRRVnTTa 



'"1 '■",-< '.'J, In pausing!*, 



,*'.", "tlji,",;! e!oii^"'Vi 1 '^?n l ;.^r n l;','.'i."" l ii, , .', ! r 



i ,; '7''-^' ,: ''''''^''^ ; l .;:;^; : :;v:;v:, : , h x; , :':^.' , :V , ,'; ; :' ; : ; " ■.':V■.■'■^ , '■ 1 '".■ .-\' ■''■ : . , :,'i'.'.'' ; ,'''. . ;; ! ■';"" ^''i'l'.'f.'vV.',.':; 



•"so.ign y II,., I Baacoln. element of which 

thcrmomelcrs l,,,,l been made. They were 

n-.l c.pec,.,lly I,, ,„. | ■ r .- i , , li ,„„„„,, |,k,- 

M. I'omllel I „.!,.., ., r.„ e, ,.n..li,„. |„„ 

temperatures. S 

Afa e meS,U, e „ol„ r »l i rel a f'„ u ,di' , 'tn e P ""' 



density of nca. Tb 
eaof these company! 
iigb in the anlphuret 



, Italy and South Ant 






,!_|,.*ie,| ,l,llerei, ,.,,,, |'„.||'„n,ie,l c 1 1 •■ , /lie., , t , 



;V,;;; l "', i f," ,, ' ,, l 1 

ieim.l't,) 1 ,!,,' 1 .,;.' 



■ap» Uie'lj';' K.'-'m n"ii' li„','„,'!'"t'', ; ' 
aliy and while Ibis lasted he li 



... I bin church, Tbii 
r White, J „f h: 8 p eo „i e , ,„ 



unit, who iienaeej !,,„, ,„ I,,,,,,, ,„,.. ,'. ,,',',''., 
! ". '" ■M.i.ly ,h,,„e,,l I.,,, .he dillieulty 






up lo Gen. Butler, 



ee« ?i™™ , | 1 ji,°° '! ?"■"?"/ «PP"«d to « 5", 
nee dimensions ot length, breadth and By 



operty of the body by 



>! pnir.t, chanced, 



ljg& MS" ° ld Doctor looked ateadily into the ri 



..',,", ','..'„ '.' ';','!.'„'r'.,;".',"' ',",, ,,'; ;,''.'.'",';' - '■'.".'"■. . ■-""■= ... i .., , ..,',.|, , ,i.. ,.. ■•. 

— Tennessee money was selling at a pre- | —The abolitionists out West call democrats 
Memphis oil the 15th ult.' ° I tio P pape" in the East call them "traitoia." 



THE DESERET N E ' 



[December 31, 1862. 



*V 



'% : i%W(X-j2f 



P 



Wednesday, ....Dccdnbcr 31, 1802. 



1-.N1) 01- Till'. VI. All 



raaoos of which Ihoy n 



before the fust day < 
dreil .M..I Blxly-foiir, 
Badly disappointed. 



>'fl".mltV Vi l.-f l.\--. .:'iw. Tl 



],-■ tlirr-r (ir'o-.Iin;,' V'Mis u,..y ' 
ar events, cither casual, or Co 



antpiacea. 
Nor does Ihe coiai. 
noaBurc alone affect t 
rn people. Amonp (hi 

n the premise by P« 



nate, mght be written, 



i.ed to a.Jherc to the procla 



U..-J 
Proc 


cl 


on correspondo 
lay >aya:— "W 

nge of (lie ?o 


mid 


lie 7W6 


'fu.' 










a Li 






beg 


bl.° 


isl 


diaappointc 


1 Direct ev 
ng. TbePre 


!;"• 














':'; 




't 


are ii.foin, 


lly 


'on" d o'fth 


gen 



INDIAN DIFFICULTIES IN THE 

NOIt 111 EEN COU N n ES - PRE*1' NT 

A.\D PROSPECTIVE. 



by Major McCarrj't 



SEVENTIES' HALL LECTURES. 
Mr. EdwardW.Tulliilgcd.livereda lectu 



O . Frijay, 
iic of F.-u!!. 






inner alaies that 



Jones gave chase, anil on coining near enough, 

. oi.e . f w i :, sl^o 1 ' I. ..^ ell ct, Ilie hall 









December 31, 1862.] 



TIIE DESERET NEWS 



the aimy of Ibe Potomac, to its 
npment at Falraoulb, it Lib jo 
, rernainc t in Sta'.u quo, carrying 









■iu!ly nu'ii B 



'" ( ^j THE WAR IN NORTH CAROLINA 
tlicy 1 There has been, lince- the first of Decern 



1 by their fathers, afle 



■in,- II,- C .ntcicrale Cd|. 



present case, the 



agni'.uje nafl fought I 






and tile army may n m mi in is pre^i.t ] o.*i- bravely, anil contested every 
Hoc until spring, when some wonderful stra- 'ground, as they fell back befoi 

end grand, which will bring on another en- 1 Gen. Foster lefr. Kewbern wil 



The h story of all the war 
eilice the dispersion from Babe 

day of ite organizations up 

fate of a nation was supposed 
lis exertions, doing so III til 
.iccou-pli.sljirielit of the object 



ach the place of his de 



Olber explots of Ihe FeJ 



SOUril-WL-SfEBN WAR NEW? 









of the Confederates, and many of 
for safety. Tne object of 



Inst, the Fresh 



lar B esl ari:,i.see.-i in ,r„L, ,:,,,! "on this rou- which shortly began to arrive iu great num- 1 o 
inhabitant." They have had th. prayers attl j at Gold'sbor'diigh on t^rflll7^n^.£.rf!if 1 h 



sea. Jeff. Davi 



214 




THE DESERET NEWS- 


[December 5 


, 1882. 


The culture of the Cray Willow has of late 


..',','.,!.!|, llrli 


en to ten years will be large] Cheat Snow of Fruit.— At the last horti- 
n-t, Hire- Mil r.i'n, lh» firni r -,ltor.,I show at Naraur, Belgium, there were 
,",'■"' U p ?.",','" J , , „.' W ,'.i u'dVwn ,;iore ltj;ni 30,000 specimens of fi mt exhibited, 

«' !• mud lm..w h. When ; plates to bold the fruit. The Belgian gar- 

1 |, i " 1 "I'lni, UHnfiina. dpn?TH produced Ibe fi.eat prars, the Ger- 

'. _" 7|,\ '. '.' . ' ' ',"! :i "■ • "•'■ ■■ "■'' ■■; - ,! '- '"* ' ll: ' : r, - llclj lhc 

ly. sstbii Mill...,, i. ■■ 1 ■ 1- Thi I m ■••' ' Vi 1 - t*he editor or the Alia 


FACTS AND FICTIC 

—The Lafayelte (Ind.) Comic 

lillle girl liar that cily swail 


s.li! 1I1..1 a 


k" 4 "i.Vusi'.iih."^!" **""■■''■■ '■' •"'■■" 




.: ' : ' ■ ■ ■-... ., 1. 1. ■ •..■;. ...... A-:, till.;.' 


-Ju'ire Swayne, who is hold 


c ih, r. s; 












...iv. 1 .1 : 

'ial,'.','" \l..' , ' .'■' '"■■'■ ' 




^S^r£p 


SMILING FACES. 


currency, «1, illegal. 

—Wily dill William Tell shiult 
Because It was au arrow escape" 


:;V'V;';'r 



. .irr ..j.riKl.'; 



I.I yo or avli.il 

■>' I lUtillin; 

ailing, costs bu 



•C..lt.., KB e, K .,.,„ 






liangucj in Deserct; 1101 
' there should, chance t 



■...a.. 1 i . •■ I !,■■■ ways ■ 



! shall acknowledge 



enough lot a j,». '..ri.o,-tt.ro„dji glasses , 



The to lowing on the 8me subject, ia from 
the pen of R. II Fell, ot McLean Cou.ty, 
Ilia. 

haying that it is the lack of limb r properly 

Th.n il.e question arises how can that be 

r.'inedi...!'.' We have been trying experiments 






than any of th 



n:::;':ii :;;%;;;::'' m,:;::;.;: 1 ,::\ 1i 1 :;, 1 -: 

1 '-if ,^y,,,i„.i,.. K rG..i.,i, will growlnll 
yeara from firtcuu to tivmij- foot hub, a,, 



NEW MODE OF DRESS NG HOGS. 
The Canadian farmer have changed their 
i«le of dressing hogs for market. lusteadof 



maikct. The Enel 



n:.of emilea. Dues a Mrangrr call*'— go to 
the door smilingly. Open yo r lips with 
s mil.*, niter evny evil-*! le with a Btoile; smi 



Povebtv.— Bulwer fays that poverty is 
:■■.<■■', w;-li tuM! [ U„s.n 1 ,| .1 liarn a year auffer 
l.'..i..lre.t. Th.. ,V^,;':,-,''ii,': ni-'.Vt'iAti hZ 
■ n r>c...l wantn. Ho mcuinn is («n thousand 

u.g du.n.'d fot unpaid debts to kill a sensitive 

does not run in debt, id the happiest of the 
two. Very few people who have never been 

working people than among those who aie 



















aeek, she protease, 






dthe 


allor moved his Ho 




Judge N -, f 










oho baptised. 








'•Why not baptise 
"She 'she 


her 


in the jail?" 






eraed. She don 


tbe- 


ieve ;i" '<!"* °< 


poll 






ays the turnkey. 








Judge N refl 




a moment an 






11..'. 






ion. Mr. Clerk, 






tbis 




tly 


.Ivised, decide 












So this vexed qu 




hi settled by a 


Ken- 


ucky court. 









>glve Gun. John Chas. 



-It is affirmed tint if the usual fore 
:roes was available, the largest cro; 

iLd thi.- e.a,on. 

■-A deran:etl woman in Uhter coui 



id weekly. 

is praine I 



■L«ai is ;.i per Ion in JJo.-'.ull. .l,:'.o 

-A shrewd girl, not devoid of true mode 

re..,.iil..d. .-. ! 1 ■ i . .11 .-, p.,ny „,,„ ,, tll 

". tl.-l'd he as sl.nrt aa' mine!" She w,' 

-Nearly all the trades in New York ha' 

joined in with the "strikers." 

Where Gen. Foster's expedition went- 

Back aga.n. 

It is calculated that the revenue from tl 
ne tax bill will I, ■ :. .n.iin.iiiii, ., . , ,, 
I to the revenue of Great Britain. ' 
The New York Argru, in recording tl 



...I',.. 



"Very i 



-Coinp! i.nl isg.-n.-ral at breakfast table 
. a, ,- ,si in.,. Hi. . ■ :i .- .- 13 not as good as i 
d to l,e. The..),,.,., »■_,-., •■ |,, M ,, 0JIC c 



— The Boston 77, ,..',,■ c .a 



Dbckmber 31, 1862.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



u^a^ty' ,', - rr i' Kgr^ Cent ral Notices. General Notices. 

.';... ::'.'.;' ",; : Z" riE™* w F - andersoh, m.d., wool cardihg. 

,■,,... i.r ii - ■■■ i. ■■■■.-." ■'■'' ;■"■■;"■"■■ ."""V '".- ■■ :: ■-=-=-- " . » .....=-.. .-. r . . . .- !> : '. , v ■■...;'.'. .-,'.'■ '.;■ 



"JJj l ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 



General Notites. 



^NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 
LARSEN & MAGLEBY, 



.-•s-.:i:<- 


pcrcblori 


Ul JtM 




















'»■'« 


oiU. my 


cheap, 


II ol:l, :,„:i. 












'1IY SALT 


IS HEALTHFUL. 


F.om 


t u.e im.n 


motial 




























.'ZJVJ!; 
















sr 








uliv.. . 






..I.vi-. I...II- 



SIGN OF TUB G0L!)Si.\ K00TS. 

» 

C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST. SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 






WANTED IWUCDIATKLY, 

6000 lbs. CHOICE BUTTER, 
17-lf By WALKER BROTHERS. 



NO .1IORE JtAD MATCHES. 

ROBERT GREER, 
RBJL (7O0D MATCHES. 



GLOBE 
BAKERY AND DUMB R003IS 

Mxt door to Poit OJiu. 
It. GOllfillTLT 



General 


Notices. 


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CHEMICAl works. 

CHEMICAL LJBORJ1TORY 



TO ARRIVE! 

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New Designs. 

0000 lbs. Sheet Iron, Light and Heavy. 

TIN PLATE, HOLLOW-WARE AND 

TIN-WARE. 
15,000 lbs. Sugar and Coffee. 
0000 lbs. of Teas, fine quality, Hyton,. 
Gunpowder, &o. 

Denims, Colloiiadcs uml ItnUiiu's. 



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GOODS 01' EVERY DESCRIPTION. 






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REFINED SALERATUS, 
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CASH BUYERS. 
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ECEMEER 31, 1862. 


Sombthino New.— By referents W the 
advertisement of Meaara Clinton and Rudy, 


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practiced and tolerated in this city. Some 


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THE DESERET NEWS. 



I3HTT, 



NO. 28. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1863. 



VOL, XII. 




i present conteBt. Th 
New York Jlrgus intimateB that they wer 
Bent to Mr. Lincoln by the Emperor thinking 
them an appropriate present. 
By way or California we h 
Bis thousand Texan*, with twelve siege guns 



ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 



ERET IN" E TV S . 



HIE yEAIt 1802. 



doi.w.s or Co.\i.,ni>-. 



m.-.jorily am] ;i 
officers appoini 



nO Mr. Davis offered a resolution d.-e!arii 
i.t it is recommended (hat all tl 

: Louisville en the first Monday of Ay 






!y engaged as may not impair the efficiency of 
e public service. 

Mr. Iticbardson offtred a resolution, which 
19 laid over, requiring the pay of wli pii- 



tha Department of Agriculture. 

n ibe'Housf.on the 3d, Mr. Calvert offer 

— Union, which was adopted, eallii.e; 



ere transferred to the Commissioner of Agri 
ilture. specifying the items; and whethei 
iy contracts are unsatisfied; if so, what h 



JMr. Slevena Biibrail 



notion wan postponed, d.-cl ■ 
ist be and remain one and ioi 
and denouncing as guilty 

I propose or advise the accej 
any other basis than the i 
e unity of tbo United States 
t the time the rebellion c 

resolution requesting the Preside: 



e people so that th 
natter fully. He 
ota had always bee 



bmi- accordi,^ to law, they will be killed by 
th* citizen? without law. If the Gov.rnment 
will not protect the people of Minnesota ihey 



In the House, on the 5tb, Mr. Fenton offer 

Whereas, The munVr oi' sick and w,-undc 



v:.!---riii^ lU -dow u./tho Id o 



-p.-.iy t.iu, 
I >_v a I Ante.i 



who have conspired to destroy 
prosperity, and freedom, of 

ustly proud at home and abroad 
stand pledged to perpetuate 



oauce.1 a bin rcpea ing the Hct | Mr. Cox olfered a resoluti 
I equalize the grades of line bled by a vote of 85 to 31; i 

ifXered a resolution requesting' el this day, offered by the n 



Mass 



motion ot Mr. Conking, i 
on Lake Ontario and of establishing water 
i olfered a resolution, 



ascer- j ing the military operations i 
of war Potomac, aud relating to 



v or i.u.:- b&?n inatruintnla! in producing the present 

uuer of civil war, and who have bean guilty of ila- 

. '"., ' ^\ n tb ° t " t '. mony taken h *~ 'grant breaches of the Constitution, and who 

it ia favor of tbe Constitution as it is 






uthonly ( 



any. 


no Postmasle 


-Genera! 




ha 


law lias b 


hi r.|.|,ointcd a 


iluiry 


Clove 








for the District o: < 








tbrc-.cb .'.,„ 1. 


sited S:a 


ea mails. 




possesses, 














resolution 




'what is hi 






Pprop 








declaring 




Hon; whal 
























iema 


.tall have a 


piompta 


nd .ublic t, 


ial 


houses, ho 


rss rent, &c.; whether B 


Id oil 



Mr. 



ndigha 



lions setting forth the restoration of It 
Union as it was, and declaring that .vhoevt 
shall affirm that It is competent for Col 
gress or any other authority, to establish 
dictatorship in the United States, thereby si 
perseding or suspending the constitution; 



• r ■:..;. ution and the U'itij 



for 



■ ins.-i.i-,. }.y 



Congress of a general bankrupt 1 

far that p irposc was made tbe spcial order 

of the day of the 18th. Oa motion of Mr. 

providing: by law for more effectually sup- 
prcsU-gtbc rebellion and securing tranquility 
in Maryland". Mr. Davis offared a joint reso- 
lution proposing certain amendments to the 
Constitution to alter the mode of electing tbe 
President and Vice-President, which were 
ordered to be printed. Mr. Wilson offered a 
resolution, which waa adopted, instructing 
tbe Secretary of War to report to lis Senate 
the number of in.iji>r-generals and brigadier- 
generals now ii the Berrice of the United 
State", and where and how they are employed. 

In the House, on the 8th, Ihe bill indemni- 
fying tae President and others for suspending 
the privilege of Ihe writ of habeas corpus 
and for all acts done in pursuance thereof,was 
passed by a vote of 90 to 34. 

On motion of Mr. McKnisht (he committee 



■edieney of modifyir, 



of Congress 



Id debated at great length, but 

Mr. Hale introduced a bill to e 
grade of medical officers in the ser 
United States, which was referred 
The House, on the 9tb, had the 
[mission cf Western Virginia ui> 
ent, but was disposed of. Tbe 






tax 



In the Senate, rn the 10. h, Wilson reported 
a bill to establish an Arsenal and Ordnanco 
Depot on the tide waters of New York bar- 
jor. Mr. Rice offered a joint resolution, 

ivhich was referred, forfeiting the lands and. 



i of Sic 



for 



whit 



lief of the ownei 



na, offered a resolution, which 
;ed, that the Secretary of War be 
i inform the House how many offic 

estern Virginia into the Union pasi 

2 of 9G against 50. 

the Senate, on the Uth, Mr. Bro 



1 Mr. Latham, from the 



e been placed on the army r 



ney appropriated 



Jascakt 7, 1863.] 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



and means. Mr. Noel presented a bill 

:.[' slavery in .Missouri ami for compel 



.epterober 22, 1SC2, is warranted by the C . 
titution; that the pol r cy of emancipation 



Witt proper regard to the r.ihta of cit 

an I the perpetuity of a free government 

Mr. Conway offered a series of rrsob 

it was would be a greater cal.in.-lv Ilia 
r-t.ilii.n itself; thai any person in thi 
ployinent of the United States pro; 

ery to its former supremacy would bo guilty 
rf a huh crime; that no change of rol 
the conduct of the war is more ihan n. 



- Mississippi V.. 



cleared of the rebel force, and the legions 

the country and humanity will require a ci 

■r:-.e resolutions were tabled by a vote 
132tol. Mr. Conaay alone voting in t 



Mn. Emron: 

It is with peculiar pleasure that I take i 
the pen to add a trophy to the modem man 



ii.-'i.'-.i; bin lli.-i.- is. p-ilups, manya gi 

in icij-.Kt.ii.-il pinnacle of liniiian glory. 

Go search the records of renown.- tin- 
ior of mankind chose Ins disciples 

world, rose by a simple agency far less bright 

"jr. Herschel, who with the eye of a phi- 

worTd'to the Yo,ar system', "was 'a 'lifer buy 'of 

"JSSU. U,. very son of science, was a 

poor ...-aver, and l.-.i u.-d to read by hearing 

the glory of nations and Hie stability 
When Homer sung anil Hesiod wrote.t 



-cog Inr tin- cl- ni id ihe globe. 

"lbc destiny as well .is the durability of a 
natimi depend upon the culture of the mind." 

halls a n-speclalilest ling among the nations 

loi her science, lint Gieec.-, un nappy Gie-ee, 
lb.- very last gleam of her glory was extin- 
guished intncbla/e of llvz iiitiuin, Ihe In-l 

star of her lea g that had enlighten d llin 

Mrld, went dowiiin the long nigfit of barba- 

and merciless' Mus'em.''"Tne 1, r,ii""'l'i u'li l'. |" 
I'Tli'i'-r'' "'- loe"s'".'id ! |riui',".' l ;,','l';'Mh" "' ''l''' 



I'ght of I lining may I - 



world may not be compared to tins kingdom 
invested Wlih the power of the priesthood in 



ness the orb of dav, does the savage llv liiiir 
the sona of civilization! And why did Ihe sun 
liuiiit gothics of the Ganges yn Id when tin 



ESTIMATE OF TIME IN DREAMING. 



FATCS AND FICTION. 
-The McKlnstry trial at St. Louis, 



i given in private bouutlei 



""count Lav,ihnl ,, ';'|Vn' 1 ' , , . , , , n! , '| l ; i', ,'.,„! „",',' I I,",T|' '"," ''""* V "'* "'"H™"" •""" 



discharge of all Qui 



1,0 ,l„,V. 



The] 



the S m foundation of 

. .and jdiilamnropists, 'ihey are 
look with delight on the temple of c 

shall in -.» u'm.'i, | 



Thecau. 1 I 



■ngthe children off 



, -ye p-n-ll He, 
ildien if the f 



r','i'iV,'\oVl',Vcl.!i!|| , ,'n^n,?-n!'".iL.?'l,,gh's:,i,'l l | 
e their reward in heaven. The pride of an- 

just; to read o'.'-'i' a'l'u'u; |'i',i' ol",ll . or',..',",',., ,'.' '"'"'I'- (-■hopped up. 
decessors maybe laudable; l,„, „, .„ In,,, l-ul'ry; pound ■ 

looks back to a long e„.i-nc- da I to the The seed et thi 

glory of God, and the benefit of the risi 

u r-'li Hie., il in that life becomes tre 

illu.lrious, and the grave gorious. Such a 






rv fin i-lieving 
ate. The cold 



lady, eon, pi lining tiow rapidly liaao 
\ t 'f,TghtruUpoch y e°veryda) ,: .''' 



-The r-'iellh, 
,'illnii'is i,l\'oli.i 
-The Secreta 



avo anything you wa 
■ant anything you can't 



^lers'come 2 / 



i,|„r.-l,anl-ume. •- 

anialrf-n 'vi?..,'''.' , T,V',n,,,-'l,'!'r 'Ion. '..".l" 
l' VI I 

",e"a,.,t '"n-'n'iii!'* 'h.'s'-' who 'e'nhhfe'd 
ii-lnindsiliut^ 



h.iif ,i i..,!li.>f, tj]..--,- it l.i,,,.-, ii,l.-l!i-. i.r,. 






.-i 1'iJi-o-Jcli JufT ronj[i!v'.ioi. .il E : .s 



..»-[L. 

glasg of 



chickens— fat as pigs, and a might; 
, sir; I tell yo« we don't deal In an 



—In St. Louis they 'gni 
publican UnToni«'ti"Ch e a 



of military all'airs v 



-' Ilaslnil .A,, 



.Ill.tiui- I 

"I'v'll'.e" 



Uow -bays Ihe ./.rem. 

n'of 'I" Chicago Itp.-g 



E'iphalet Foss, .f fiiidgtnn, Me. 



THE DESEttET NEWS. 



(January 7, 



•*&&Sa&&iili]llA/2j4v's' Iwieebave been meted out to them. Tbe oc j Federal troops were in motion, and was Isi 

^>*^r» ffCktYtt li\ '- rurrence w-s not considered creditable In up, as reported, during the day. The Fede 

" : < t y?* V \Xr* -fJ-fL ". Cen. Grant who a.uTcird the enemy to gel ... , army marched hy several diflereut rout 

rKXy' V*~" " } t~ bis rear, destroy h,s supplies and then escape, and each encountered the enemy's advai 



llroy his supplie 

. *^rr.-; - "- ". »iili iinp'nily; and to hide the diBgrace, an corps and drove them baclctowards 

'" ~^~' : X\'''.\ &2L~^ \ f ' -L-- - official announcement was made denying that: boro during the day, in the course 

«^^»^l4^^^^^.-.'' f ^k^S; 'slroyo-l the public prop Hyeloied 'I.e. c. and Various movements and s'.irir.i,Lii 
■_/,' '.•'■'■ "■■"-■■l-.l -\: r.pnrl 1I...I H,„i. -I. . ..„• b.i.i polled lo have transpired during 

RLIAS SMITH ...EDITOR AND NJBU.BZR \ ^^,,^0,101^"^^^ 

Wcdncs.lay. January 7, 18C3. "^'foTif. b oVc° mo«,"ma' , 'i^iiV^| i m'y jme.'"', asVt'had noun'ded'at°tbe . 

THE PROSPECTS IN MISSISSIPPI. 

The movements ot bilb. lbs Federals I 

' " ! battle is represented 

the sanguinary conflic 

i fifty thousand men, as rep esenlcd, with course, be received in a few days. It ' 
' ! one of the fiercest e 
s yet, been fought 



vndcrs." The probabilities are, 
;ns of ibe limes and the gigantic 

on; the Stale of Mississippi will 
Us borders before the uudisputcd 
ast summer and the abandonment 



LECTURE ON THE ART OF CO.MPO- 



The following interesting and instructive 

livered in the Seventies' Council Hal., by Mr. 
Edward W. Tullidgo, on Tuesday eveniug, 
Dec. 16. It should be read by all our joung 
men who desire to improve thcmselveB in this 
importan 1 accomplishment: 






ai .1 land. . I the Iioojm, win. h marched lo 
rear of Yicksburgy where Borne Ashling h 
taken place resulting favorably lo Hie r. i 
tal anus. While up he Y.1200 Ibe gui.b< 
B.-nlon encountered a Co..fede.ale ballei 



I forces of Ran 



Tin: war ix Kiixivav. 



ledge, but they are 



war mi. vi .ml. m.- in ii .v\i:>sr.i: 



e Confederates was 



rGcn. lirae 6 tofn)lb 



led tlic enemy to fall back from Holly 
upied byfJoneral (Jrnn , lie fo lowed u|i the 



£ the reports of a 









••ml. r I'rojpcii'i mi of llic w 
Eastern States, for Biicdayi. 



A telegram yesterday 
ported Leavy tii.uws Ibis 



;daya» delay. Ttie 



-Leut.-Col. Evi 



ay. He' a99urr.es couiir 
tat Camp. Douglas, 
uursday, Cjpt. George 



id by Mr. 
i-ginla Tcr 



development ot laws t: 



i!. I:i;i iu« , 



U„- ,«t ft 
1 mi lids arc more adapted to tbfti 



Jan-cab* 7, 1361] 



THE DESERET NEW; 



Such discover, almost by instinct, what others 



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who laid down !l,, I.,*- .,[ Ui>i> >*--\ fli-.l '•- l=i n ..:■■,.■ ., (,...- ,.. ■■■ . f M . r , r , .„.,.,,,.,. ,".', V,'! ' !!,'.,,''. '„", ,"" ! ' '.^ '^V' 1 '',',',','; |]'' 1 ''.I,',"'"' '"" 'j" ","' ''"'"' "'■]'' '^ r(n ' b8t 

Iheol^MVi.^r-v".*^ ■•'c^'." v.'ltX'.'.. l7,'.' ' plp'n.h. "n ?'■". '^"''iV',',: .^i'v'* Int.^'r ,'.'[ i/Vi^T '/' ' s ','/ l ' "'''"*" '■-.....- '•.'' M»" ^' '■ "' <»"'Il'" "''> '. ' n. 'r!^ painting tbin lb! 

bchool-boyser.se, "t^k,,.^ *wy I.:.!.- ,.t f , u,,|, r|,.., r , if el .,,,:!, ..„:,,,„.,- „„,,.,, J' ^ * , ?T - U "° ,U >' "T' ; '''y ' r -"'"" '•> I«;-hH on. .-vrr K ,vr. W.-re * K . n- l aiion 

philosophy of coinpufli'i"!.. and ate hut poor n- llu- .-.u.y.-x ih-r.-.f. y_, ,].•>! o ■,",■','■ ','" j ' '"'' ' r ' '' i " l! ' l: ' ■"■"' "'"''V. "- "'->• t,f ■" list-, ll.rj ,, .,,„■. ,...■ ,„ U,«.j r lifetime put 

N ....il..r« a,.-. l.u.-i.-i.Tj. in iiiM.'-ur^. U nuv c n.s-s ofil,,,.,. .!,,-.-■.,. iUl | ;,, . „ , ......... ' ; ,'..'. ' M ' ' . "i-; . Mi-> w,...i,i U- -.,,,,■ >■ ■'•" H.» . .mum ■!,, „,..„,., a|1 ,| p ,i,,.ea 



il Hi Oi. i (i\!.:;vit(li!», :in|.p 



iui^ht men. Tiior.-i, i|,.- I.li-r.tt.r.- of 
ill it should he wchoiit a uki:nsh, in 
■'-. .Ii-C('iir : i-, limy u.ll If. n-i.tjly show 

Wku'k'i!- i r ' h ;'.."., U .^ - ,'" V. v ^'/J I f .^l T 'i'm 

ili.it ilur.'i.'i.t, for liny aie as r.n.ful ' 



i other?, or melt 



,£. TV* 



■li slated tl.e laws nf o'-i-ii- 
levelopmcnt, as forminc lb. 
I uf the art of composition, 
-■ Bi.l.j-ft I'V ^Jia^rfluis, con- 
: by a i .iti^c on Gov. Hard- 






i-J. 'Iliu', wo have an 



i^'«t"iaV> i irirj'.|, h*','!l;l,,rl: 1 i l ' , .-x,!-;,,,!',i '.!',',. '1Z': v'^uK/'^'.^Z^l'"',','"' ''„'■ ',, !,',','.','," ,V"'"f"ii ,l| ' ,, '', l ': i; '"" , .'™''>'»" 

l...l" .v! l'L-"v»"y".'!-Jr""V..|' ^r'l'i!*.''.-.^. i7.'7,'io n!.'.: iVc".' k 1. 1 1 ,','!'..' 1 ! ' .'l,'.'.* ,'."' "!.,- : i'.'.!.?.'[ "ux7''.i l-,' l ';. l 'J,' , .1'r,'j?''- iC or"l) imi'-'liT '""''"''^ 



, I EXPLOITS OF THE ALABAMA 
, be. n mads by Ibo Navy Djpartmenl lo liuj 



in good society may 



.te'deaV d^'pMc.l by "^ . hYi'ivT.Un ,'," 

III f-iv .-.|-|.|.U.HV. \f. II., f ,C! is, I.,,.,,.,, „ j,.|, 



:> ;■'■■_='';.■_'■'■•• :"f : " ' ""^'l-.'..' * ; 111 I'Slto",;.' 



i'v'.i .!,'. I ":.', 



tarn with my l.-arer. from I' 1 '"" l "'" f '"" «»<;»»«» "pressed lb.,1 
In- (Via ir- -iii.l unrein ,„. the [rem. ire B.nj.p.'d Tknii San Francisco Ic 









; ! ,"ic £» .CoSna' i r'aot"'" "" 1 *" J,;itSJ ^'^ " 
i Moreover, those >vbo are unaoju 



luli-s, K , d e,,t, ,,.■,„„.„, pvliJ., orna- c li 
andlM.m.ii.y Jiav.i.j; done .u! ea.nlskn 



™i'"t?:^?^' y Ti 






show |iaIlio» t tii"i'.'..!i.' 1 li''i'b.l''.!r.!!u.f| , ,'| l | l r'..i'!- ''l>'i."lh',"|o!n'l'ol 



,.l;::- 



Ihoii^liam mi 



i.a.... a |,.,s« ; „s t 






great v.r.lers and proround Ihintors a/e na- ol.j cla be nresu 



ind rowdyieui bciu^- i»u. part tj& 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[January T, 18«3. 



■rii<- 



Tin: great si-mina;:i 






IHARVi:sTI.\<; MHIKIM.-MANU EVAPO-ltbe 

4 6 « 1 &&?• r a * >£ ll ™ &:z ssasa s .ma.-**- ;-,r 

■" - % f- ':V.H>' -'•'. '"• ' • '. • Amrt..-r.:r.,l»ri;»'r>o,:./i- :v- H.- l,o:-l...l.: F is !''",. !i',- ".'« !!'. 

/ ,:' Sr '•■*'''',:' r ■''?'. ■ "■< t"iu,«'"t '"«'«»» .u..i .■. t ^<-t,.,i, tt .1. 1.- 1 '"="'■', .',■ .Vl' 1 '.', ',,'',''.,',,„.,'!' i'i ,'■' 'i-or/on. of wo.e,. 

' "' ''-■•; ' .' r 'j' ' ■■ t •' c-i-l I" ham-sin., Sorg>,.,in,i!i I ■ ■■, u.ci ■■' .,„ . ,. ,,, , . ., ,„.,.,., , |, cl , „.' mo fo.-i.i and color to the whole texture o 

' '.. . "' . ' ^.. L •-::.--.-; ,. f evaporating, and bow to prevent the cane f,,,,,,;, r,„ :;>-,, tin j.-. 11* >ir « h..M,nV.. «i.n,. :,,.,.■ ■,:„l,,i 

imtv to cultivati: Miurai. ''""" """ ""'= " ,,1: " 

. , ,, I When the bead Is Uacl:, cut up (lie ca 

Mesurs. J. Stout and A. O. Pel™, of Ala- iN „„,.,,, :1 ,., „,j „|, ock „ „'„,]„ a 



The learning of I 



owll,. IV, 



I, i.ike.l i.l Winn r.-a.ly 

li:.. ,','.'«' ',.'l'l ■'"','.,, v II ■! 
•"'■—'■! "c sj.r„.Uk..l ,.,, 11,: 



oarflMt plant, mak,.' 1 ! 1 ;'''; ',»",, 
co. The ground should 1,0 » 



.;' ( "''h'o" 






.Now BOM ot 



o,,i, ,:.,)■ i 



IN CATrLrj.- At tiled! 
,ily Foley'e Sloltc Edit 



illy adopted. Heaaida 
mtbatit'^ht'not'ga 



it} ot age holding 



,,';;' ,v!,' s i.!."''y™ l ^ , r",ci» , ;!ce ^.VK. 



.ugh it may bo concealed l,y 

picture, giving it 
ivmg it in decay. 



put on w,,h a p cce of o: »i t|,»nie. Tl:e 



' ' "" "" | "^'connection with th: i evaporator I used 

ig, or taking Tfi the bottom ieavee, l 3 by"n ',',".■.' ingl',;' aYd' ,!.,',':' !i'i, l" thcTol'ap 



""■ '■'".« Pl.l uf„,e Fall He.., la I 

I i. .Iiuu.ng., which was to pal 

cl.iv-il.,1 , strong uu-nbi 

'■"!''„' ',i""d," l! " i ",'r'cir,i,""L nr'*'"'.,'.' 



The Phei-abat 

ndent of. the J 

'equally "..ppn'c 
Loner Canada w, 



; , ;;,: ,, 3 



ha 9 rdtoY,;r" 1Jaam " g ' 



r eleven ana a half pou 
> farme-s with whom I h 



Till: FARMER'S FlUFi.lI.lE. 



of the place. Tnei 






■die on one Bide, and m; 
a E y"-[Re'lF8'Me J ase l n r Eerr 



of Tm: FisiiLnus a F.ui.riiii.-Tllr 



S.,?-in."c , .:: , .» l ", a „ , ;i;5o,';: 



Unite I States. IF 



Jireadthand height 



Tbfe Cotto.s-.— The 



VOICES OF ANIMALS, 
that ha B hardly been touched upon a, 
''^^HfaraleV^I 






;- I.n'i a'cl'n'in.'v and Ja.ilwi in'ij..' A ,1 '.' 

low, Ham tlie hull. .--ining ll.e pra 

inu-k ox oi the A, Hit ice-iieda, or lb- 
of AM, 1" the oat, la foc-.ln.e: in oar p ,1 

"~ 'SS s Sl£y€} ' 



ible Lewis Ca, 
on the 'J, hot (J. 
etly going don 



The indifferent qu 
ly be underetood, - 

i'\o "yield e baTa g 



io i .11 '.'■:, ■„' '.'.. i, oi'.'.'.lim? of "this" vast 
.ansa, i, would vi-rlgl, in, .noli ton.; and 

neaily, twice as much is all ll.e ship* in ll.e 
world could carry at a cargo each. It might 
a day, but occupy what no.,. ,1 ,,.,;!., 
,,... this tan, iscaha.laied t, inert so 



gbty purpose and < 



re up perceived. 
FnoiT as Mn 



I', U^.d^teK 



iEJcinHH^' 1 ^^^^ 



R'JJ 



al; 



Jasuaot T, 1863.] 



THE DESEKET NEW, 



(Scneral NoliK0. 



@riurol VaStta. \ ©aural tfoticca. 

W. P. ANDERSON, M.D., WOOiTcARDnroi 



©moral Notices. 



NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 
LARSON &. MAGLEBY 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS! 






SIGJY OF THE GOLDEN BOOTS. 



C. P. WILLINGBFK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 

EI 



1VO KIOISE l!AO MATCHES. 

ROBERT GREER, 



TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. 






WANTED IMMEDIATELY, 

6000 lbs. CHOICE BUTTER, 
17-tf By WALKER BROTHERS. 



F1"V;.; 



GLOBE 
BAKEBY Al'D DIffiG MOMS, 



ILLUSTRATED 

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. 

The Beit Mechanical Paper in lite Wort 
VOLUME VIII.-— HEW SERIES. 



R , ;z , ;r. 



fiOHOUTLl 



■ 'i V ' -' l': : .: . . , . v 









I- Ills P CLASS BO.lltD 



» TO ARRIVE! 

"(WALKEE BROS.' 
cH> O D8II 

1800 Packages of American and Eng- 
lish Prints, New Styles and Pat- 

400 Packages of Hickories and Checks 

60 Cooking Stoves, Small and Largii 

New Designs. 

5000 lbs. Sheet Iron, light and Heavj 

TIN PLATE, IIOLLOWAYARE A.\'L>. 

TIN-WAKU. 
15,000 lbs. Sugar and Coffee. 
6000 lbs. of Teas, fins quality, Hyson, 
Gunpowder, &c. 

BROWS SIIE^TITSG, 

Denims, Cotlonadcs and Drillings. 
00 Doz. Whito Granito Cuns, Saucers 
and Plates. 

FANCY SHIRTING, 

School Looks, Slalta and Zellcr - Paver* 
5000 lbs. of Tobacco, Sweet and Natural 
Leaf. 

CLOTHING, HATS 
BOOTS AND SHOES, 












"I'M AFLOAT! I'M AFLOAT!" 

chemical works. \=r 



DES3EET MACHINE SI 



FIKDLAY'S 

IF A © if © Ef3 V 

STILL IN FULL BLAST, 

ITS IN SEA 
SKTPI I- Mi-:. 
TERRITORY. 

IMPROVED WATER-PROOF 

FRICTIOI RMTCHES, 



CHEMICAL LA 



REFINED SALERATUSj 
Ciy-talized Carbonate of Soda, 

SAL- SO DJ, 
INK, n?K, lii7 INK, INK. 

SABLE DYE STUFF. 



CLOTH MMMOM 



U II E A V UDUCEILSII 

CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL &~ LAWRENCE 






BSSS 



THE L A D I E i 
MRS. C0LEBR00K 



TIIE DESERET NEWS 



«■ h- ;->« 

Cloudy. 

SI. I'artiallyc 



Neu) ^bucvtiscmcnts. 'N^v'Ti;!""".""''." " 



instruction oh the violin, 



GEN 


. BANKS' EXrEDI 


The B ra 


,1 expedition under 




1 from Nw York car 




ination of which »a 




ell speculation as to 


















iaheil by 














ecded up the river (o 




lit lif y tbouaand 


II wai b 


on rumored, on the a 



LIBERAL REWARD. 



(Jon. Hii'lcr is-Lied Lis r.-ir*w--']l ad-lic^ on 
lie 15th, an.) on the lGth Gen. Banks issued 

nml of Uic Gulf and the Slate ofTexaa, and 



,!i'(onniiieil sliiill be csiphirctl, cost what 
ay. When that long-deaircd end shall ha 
mi accomplished, and the MiMsissi|'|ii n> 
opened to the commerce of the North We 
ern States, Borne of the other objects 

b'wc, powerful and grand than any preccd 



LL')\D'3 NF,\V M.' 






organi 



; }V T- 



rebel 



G. S. L. City, Uluk, ( 



Barometer, (out of repai 
Thermometer in open 
ro. | 2 p.m. | 



Min w 



CAMP DOUGLAS. 
The troops, having got through wilb bn Id- 
,g their winter quarters, are now engaged in 
drillin; twite a day. 
New Year's Dty was honored with the 
ual observances of other countries:— Kin 'ly 
greetings, calls and the elcdera*. 



Hr.AD-QUAiTr.rs, C\'.ir P.u'i.i.n., 
?ost Order, No. 1. 
ni lit m r y icserve pertaining to this 

„|' I- — ii.J.iii-. '•■■u-.w.i'Z : 'wenfy live liu 

' Dec. 23, 1! 

The military reserve pertaining tt 






GKASSJZO PPEK GOLB 1I1SES1 



IrSDIUI FIGHT! 



"KINGDOM COME." 

. Edwd. Connor, 
'. Lieut. |and Adjutant 
Some whisky establishments had begun to NORTH THE EMPIRE ROI.LS 

institution forbidden by Moses was ; ^^'."^."..'.V.'J '."."."ini 






tiled t 



itlarrtcD: 



SOLE LEATHER. 



WASTED 

laiiiiatiat 

FORT [llTTIIl'll 

5,000 
BUSHEL, S 

OATS, 

WM. JENNINGS.,: 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



it t h and arstait 



NO. 29, 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 



VOL, XII. 



J.El.lsl. 1TIYE PROCEEDINGS, 
lie record of the proceedings of the Le; 



i Uoi.se on Che C h, Mr. 



lEinpy foremen- L^.^ 
■ Bear river and „„ ,.„ 



Mr. Carringlon, from the Judiciary Coi 
gning the Federal Judges, reported tuck t 



Thursday, Mr. Long p 
ct a toll bridge over III 



Mr. Hyde presented the claim of A. Miner, T 
!sq., for services rendered in the 3d District Fayette Grang. 



of telegraphic message; 



McKan, Esc[., 
'aims and Appre 



Lafayette Granger. Sevi 
re under consideration. 
10 on Saturday, the 10:h, the 

Sorghum, Imphco and Br< 



DOINGS OF Cll.VGltES*. 
Senate on the Will of Decern 



egrapb, th 

idh of telegraph [ oa i, t h a 

signing Hie Fei 



; Terry, for the On motion of Mr. Long, the Commit 
rol a ferry over e'ections were instructed to confer wi 
irldge over said Committee on Elections in the Council, 



i elective by the joint vote of t 
ve Assembly, and report at an ea, 
, on inolion of Mr. Foote, the Co, 
. Agriculture, Trade and Mannfa 



e taken by millers fo 
9th, among the peti 






torial Road Commit. .nier, 

cd an appropriation for repi 

iridge, Great Salt Lake county; the We- I "^ of tue Tc| 

ridge, Weber county; the Svier bridge, f precinct. 

Among the bills pai 



| Epbri 



: lOlll, Mr. Lawouerei 



uu-lil l.j. (,„ 

1 11.11 



of Nevada, Utah, and Col 
governments preliminar 
nto the Union. They wer 



Weber Valley road, 



irry franchise to Lafayette Grans 

ration, and'aftcr some discusiioi 

r - I tition. 

■ Conner! 0B Thursday, the 8th, a Ml | Among the bill 



ad been passed by the House and s 



t of the Territory 
red and referred. 
, Hyde, from the 



',.- Pu.vo Kmiyon Road Compan 
The Council adjourned till Mo 



song-The Perfect Cui 
Judge by Appearances arc to fe 
„jl They make an attract ve bill. 



ndTel 



■ were Tho bill for the paymei 



Bridges, Fei 

.11 bridge across Ha 



of Interna! I »»ly, to 
lid to any person who has given 



ihefollortinglmportar, 



iported adversely to said pe- Mr. Stevens mad. a'lengthy speech in *"™4of ,^"d"""°Tom Sav" '"! '""'" "l '" ?l ,|: 
of his financial propositions, after which th. f„n,. ,',,' ,,'.',,.. , ,' ."',' l'.'[l,], ^...""'.'.'J' ',', ' 
a presents was one from House went into committee of the whole onl or HCOl : an; man who may Bfht.'f V 



THE DESERET KEW8. 



[JisuART 14, 1863. 



DOINGS OF CONGRESS. (In 

Is tho Senate, on Tuesday, Dec. 16th, Vice- ! "* 
President Hamlin presented a message from t|l| 
President Lincoln, placing at the disposal of ' pa) 
Congress three sword, formerly belonging to d|( , 
Major-General TwlBM, fonvaided to him by . 



mt dollars. SEVENTIES' HALL LECTURES. 



iW Orleam 
.voids should L 



the sending of these eol- ehould be e*pein 
>n directing the Secretary '■ cape of slaves fn 
i Senate whether he has and maintain ala 



Home Guard, in Delaware; if ao, 
purpose, by what authority of Ian 
what necessity for aucb organi/atioi 



An iron-dad vessel, called the Keokuk, 
mg constructed for ihe government, at Ne 
,li, ly Sir. Whitney, of which the folloivir 



of heavy wrought 



The uudereigne,!, cor.i-n 
Department ot Hi- lV-iue 



ans! You have already 
otion to the Union. Tel 
ted by your Slate, and tt 



if advislbie l..int Ihesh p , ,- Union. 

TIum- nn h.' tilled in hllcen minutes, k "" 1 "'' ',» ' ,|l> ' "'" i , ""i ,, " " f !l ",' S ' 3 

:;t'rai,u':ki,!";iit;; 1 ; n ,I:';, l i^: , ";;"u;;; "■''' ■-■•■■■'" ^O'-^ ^™<"'^ 

fine^toibisTpa,;,a™'!aMVw'^iln'^ J' Ml.a ,u .','..Y-i', .'; folds vt' the' g'lo'iou, o 



r,'. 1 ;:; 



Brig.-Gen. U. S. Army, Comm; 

THE PAPER FAMINE. 

Chase's Greenback's are said to 



ral Tv. 
The message 



i by llir Chicago Poil assigned a 



tlr. Grimes rffered a rcso- 
adopted, directing the Sec- 
aforin the Senate of whorr 
cla Thames and Niagara 



price of p per. By 



agents of the War De 
red, at what price, 



ry is the cause of t 



Fort Abercrombi 



gtVt:;:Tanfe,ghf 
,u S e. The turrets are eight 

Against all sorts of sh pa tt 

.. wry ruiiuidabl.-, osiseiallt 
, ,vu ram I hem. Even at 



s ..■■ 1, '>: 



nyself, " here's Joe 
lis book, I'll tell." It 



■ill to improve the orga, 
y forces. 
Mr. Rice from the m 



i the lSlb, Mr. Bingham 



e.... I.. I (■> e .;l|' Ilea, S . el 1 1; t . e,\ nig a dot) f,,,,.,' 



Tnr. Pope is Ey 



abled by a vote ol a 



i Holiness that liisfa- 



JASTJARY 14, 1863.] 



TIIE DESERET NE' 



The Pans 
ount of the 



The Ci 
ng out of 



Hoi ore I. • ..,„■ I.oe, I 



::.:;,:■..:■"; 



object might enter 
dnight, accordingly, 



buXa n „d J B,w a™ wa.Yprepefor.'* uf!m- £*»P°' ^'illj'^i ".'Pi;'^ "f ^ ''V'" '.'■"if'^'"""'^^^^^',^ 

Th'e'ilr:.,;,.:! ^"';;',:', 1 !,,,''':;':,.;!',..',;' ,,';;: ;:;: "■■■.■■■■■■■■-. .,,,,,,„,,'„„,,.; ....,•,- , ..„ ;; , ,, i :,-, , M , f .ui, »„*„'„•„,, 

K ave chase. The A.iel, a slow rp.,i.;„a, ''i :,::',;.?' ^'.''"Sl'^ ,.„„„. ,.,... , L ,""<', ' "■"""■ "f st - 



pin; only eight knot; 



lj .1 i i 



GaHan^.seeinTaetutiirtyofdei 



li" ! i '-i, * , ''W,!i l !' i,i, i"" ! 



Finding there urn 



..inner see the Chile,! SMlca during li,', 
he' money on I,. ..,,.[ i!.' .hi,, ,,'n, li,'.,, hi 
inded. an.l ^,1'iM in Treaeury ,>,!« Ire 
nginglo \t , In,. Co „„|, i, 



The sails of the 
eat for Captain jV 



little apot on San Donah-go, where there ivere 

I ■ a I C bis i>nd ■t'lm-'i'a must perish. Sernmcs 
then said he would land them at Kingston. 

detbUt^sa'iThe 'had given o^TofThe truest 

lii'ii, do" n'.'a'i ', I he' w ' i'lld ''m "DeTg" deVroy 
<ve ything belonging to histi that he fell in 



;,:i;-,i ! r 



He „„l (■.,,.■.„„ S.„ 






fiV'.i'Ai.^iVi a^i,V,iiii\.!l'v.i.'i.'.ail'r,lai'i'! 
, „, . I , I M I, r . 



ye.. The Ariel kept along und-nl,- 



'a!ij".in'o'!,''r'"i"'lli'-' al.\o' '<\ ol'-'r ~m 

EEo^irrfi^sai 

,■■».. sm.lll l.e Mill ,l-,|.alcU H idoamol ill 

t„ ii,.„„„ L ..id,- ,.| foil. i, it he can gel 

„d , I I H i I 1 

. for the benefit of the United States 

Sel'.nd*car'^to?h P e t clt'.™rat. b< '£o e y' i . 

,h!V, ,..,,,., :, i n, i .... Mi |, mi >i..> 
the independence of the Confederate 



C f'ain s mines spoke pa , , ,. . Lilly ,rin. 
ra.;;l,c, ,„■ ng all ,„,. L'..,„..l Slate, ,.-,,,-., 

!!,',''hm,.W l „Vlhr'y"^ A o,; , t'' llC6Ct ' , ' °- 1 '°' 
II, lj J 1 last coaled ,., alalinique. He saic 



(am .In- San Jacinto! 

A e oliiceia as well as Caplain Jones ac 

tte J r'y S ™™aria!,o'''i; , ,-ji''"i! , .. l 'r,.''''','"'. !"i'',i" 



' a I 'I -in 11 ,,„l ,11. Ciilim: 1 : l .1 l.i,,„i,.|, 

ihiu.iiil Mel.iralh, K. II alt lie. „, 

II. Can-,,; Second Lb- ul en.l a I s A. K. , 
and I' Daniel,; Sergeants, inn, nans ai.,1 

vat,., r..rCah( i.i.llli. I .„ !■„. a ,„., , | 

ten.uii MiEiralh, 1 Sergeant, 2 Corpo 

I wnnhl't like to say lliat Semmca 



::% 

Yuca 

pick "him up. Ha was apparentl 

fop the Champion while he had 
under charge, but Hi- Champion a 

night, as°she lefl A ipinwalt on 
Thua he lost the Champion while 



on l!,epu,."'ii,'|,a"un , ..-'.i ihe'.'a'il.i'i ,'.,'gii,i,i 

;;"!',,'•;,;',' ^'l;' 1 , .'"„"""" l,veJ on b ^ " 
SS^i^ 1S^;^ t;!' '■"' ^ 

ill.., i a pi. ol f.ll supply ,f ^„l,ol..„„,e ".a ml 

'iCuropc'aris would re'rusc *to''ea? U "r'x'ce[""" 
gieal exlpe.nl,, ,., ,. r , , ,.,„... ,,, rl,.. Tail.M 
all O'liep; :.„,! l|„. |1,,|, „| ., wild » f8 C0lt 
gp, ally deemed by ll„ llomans. As 
toil.-, i' is on reli,;. o„. g.„„,,a, ,„.,. Jew, 

.»lilion,e,ta„sal , r, as the ||,„, 

do from beef. Hat lb" Clip,, . ia,.. .,f the I 



Calif 



A-,, lir.ail 



A C'il \!'l h'.l! iv, I (itilj. 



famine can ha'r'dlysormo' 



■John Dopy is rcck- 



llie , iiMle-lnh, thai kind which' |, 

ton "by' us. °'jfiit "at" Naples i 

:e veal. Coekohifan are capuli. 
rh othei coulee, ioncry by the It; 



I-",""'"-'" •■■■■ "ia« 'he .laogliie, 

lushest, a yon,,.; and pp.-Hy ,-„l, ,..,,| rl 



I, emfher' iw'ror on 



' Grenada ( MieB. ) 4ppul, on Nov. 7, from 

! | l.nioii.l is now worse than N.,,1,..- 

1 ' "" " ''•'""' »'•'» when H' nler Da- 

ni'ohi'i'iliitlawl " ,'p v ""N!,'',"r l '!i ly , i""'"! 



'',i.i'.i , i, |, ,!'u,i l ,',',',.." l l,i'i l h. ! '. 



heir tnemiea— [En 6 ll.h Pape. 
A GHOST STOIIY. 



f a variety of traveiera paaeing along a 
iVnihing would satisfy the neighbors tb 






iiglon aid \e„ l.ok will 






■■Kb' «i» I' V bed 'J. 



"wapr„oear e8 :, ; ,„^ii;: , , , ,i':; 
s. There is tioihing mop. 

,.'i„..i',iiy ,'ai I ' "!', in 'iuieigu 



The New ron.-Geo. Francis Train hag 
iminated Archbishop Hughes for the next 

:e on the banks of the Hudson. Be 
(Train) says; 

Rome is exoloded. The haly places are no 
" ' die Church ia 



' Cat 



The 



• men. The Cal 



■' i ,"."Yh; -l.-pii tiV'i" 

adchalnb-Il ooillillg dnnbtll g til - t Hie 
»asatrickof some envious neighbor, seven yeare 

aueu.ogenog ,.„ one ...... ., ....-« ,,. , ue.inoos oP i -. - "1™"" tt, ^.M N« T«k ..d Ub«I. »}» Ih. tr.M- 

h^Joitd^ffm^sp^SatSV^ 



THE DESERET NEW! 



[Jasfart 1 1S61 



BATTLE OF MURFREESBORO OB upon the 



■t0> . <py. . ! b/,. , „..:... „„ 11 :,.,Jb...,ri,. .. M . M . ^!,.L\.^.p,,; b i". »"mu. ,„...«., "»« m ' » 

V -7 ' ilir Mississippi at rvpr.ss Ben.!, rendering ic commenced on the thirtieth day of December " ,e """.' 





1 






EMAS SMITH. 


..EDITOE AND 


PUBLISHES. 


m"n"l 


Wednesday 


■■■..January 


14, 1803. 


Tha 


THE DEFEAT AT V1CKSBURG. 

According to the moet rcliablcrcporls which 

have gained publicity, il appears that General 




o^fta^an/lh 




SiEf: 


Sine 


%*«££;,: 


:z e£ s 


Vi,'.' "'i'.-!? ,."!«' 


:::::;: 


a«—» 


llmalrly defeat 


ed and driven 





cen aix'y-tbree repre- S lvc " for "" 

lingly fierce and .ar.g- "!""' lhe r ° c ' 

ably tbus far tbe battle ted - ""° "' 

abatanta bating fougbt VttbaUritic 






Tbe reporta concerning tbe imforliinnte at- ■ art, seem lo have been rno-e aucccaafnl thai 
Sherman advance! towards the town on . casions by Gen. Burnside or any of his sub 



be tbree corps or grand divisions. 
irals Thomas, McCook and Cri 
pectively, had proceeded far befc 



cenpied by the Federals. 
On Saturday morniDg the 27t 
ibo commanded tile r ght Hint:, 



ing in safety to the Col 
single wagon load con!, 



the F.der 1 , . . 1 , 

fight, and considerable skirmishing is reported 
nmns of the enemy and Gen. McCook'a ad- 



■' 'den-da ,!,-.gr.- 
ong II,. r,.i|,|,;.t 



operating hia escape, 



'Poto 



On Sun lay night.] right; or ten thousand ,„,„« ope 
:roops from Geu. Granfa command arrived, again in t] 
,ncrea6ing Gen. Sherman's forco to forty thou- comjilishn 
sandmen. Tbe Confederate force bad been, ' luring liic 
<S stated, increascJ to sixty-five thousand, by ' perrorm < 
reinforcements from Jack-eon, Grenada, and ! country W 



The fighting on Su. 



: "!• 



ig„s iii Virginia and Maryland. 

ud prosecuting the war durini 

arancee, there will 'be some fighting 
oith Carolina befoie long. It 
,at Gen. Foster had, a shoi 

.ii.nv ol :.ii,00U men at Nevtbc 



in.-Tke new year 



upying the right, 



th.-m by those from the Fee 



,m:I,.. 



ling lh. 



ist side of Stone's River, where a aland was 
ade and the several divisions of the Confed- 

ate army were arranged for battle, indica- 
ng that they intended to fight before falling 
ack any further. 

As soon as Gen RosecranswaB iiiforincd'ot 
aa posi ion of the enemy and the manifest in- 
mtron of Gen. Bragg to give battle, which 
;as late in the afternoon, be immediately 
rdered Generals Crittenden and MeCook 
» place tbe several divisions of their respec- 
ive corps in position for the approaching con- 

routd admit <f for the impending battle. 
There was evidently considerable fighling 
one on TueBday, December 30.b, but at 



tire 'day. The right wing , f the Federal a 
commanded by McCook, was coufrontc. 
the Confederate legions under Gen. Ua 
which fought with such desperation th 
was impossible for Geu. McC ok'e divil 



of the right wing of the Fcdera 
of the su'iseqiient repu'se of tl 

b-en given by a reporter who was 

rat part of the fie d during the fin 

en. Mc Cook's comma d, which 



light 



ireeor four miles. The slaughter is reprc- 

iription. Tbree Illinois reg'iments are reported 
i have loBt two-thirds of their numbej. 
Tbe battle is also reported to havo raged 
ith great fury on the left, and e rly In 9 c 
.y lb? enn ,y bad nudes* inuch impression 






r Utu.ll, tin hi to t ert.t- 



jAjrfrART 14, 1863.] 



TnE DESERET NEWS. 




TIME DESERET NEWS. 



[JlKUART 14, 1863. 






1 . Il.-.v. r.llflower, Dec. to I 
Win'.r I'.arinain, tl.tu.v, 
l.i ly Apple. Deeemlier to M 

I ,,'h'."' I've-fUng, Jan.' lo M 

j'.iui'l.'r : j'v!iW. I .',','.' InJeloo 
Is.-.rUi-.rn Spy, Jan. to April. 
Melon, Del. to Dec. 
Peck's Pmasant, Dec. to Fit 
llil,-.-r,i,e 1'ipiin, Nov. lo Jan 

Poinie.o H ...I, D-C. lo Fell. 



m 


.;;':*,;;,!" 


ns for the ci 


1 

y 


1, Hi ly I ,r 


not only secur 

el llieililTer.il 

lection of tho 



as though liny 
ire and choicest 



wholly satisfied with 



egion highly adaptci 



n-nor do we now 
ted, or by any c'l 

He any further pn 



Mr. L. S. Hemenway, Mr 



Flemish JJeauly, last of September. 
F.iii.laule ,'c 51. lines, Oct. 
Wint-r Nelis, Nov. to January. 
White Doyanue, September lo Nov. 



bellow Uireripe, la 

Earfy e Yo"i!mi,UI,'e 
Crosse Mignnnne, I 
C owford'e Early, 



y, L. D. Young-I 
(ing grown a large i 
1, to bring them wit 



rly Harvest, July. • 



I .i o.i t.. N..v. 

Fill bVncb, September. 

Fill fheese, Sept. I . Nov. 



I unproductive of fn 



i Nonesuch, NoVto'ja' 
awn Pippin, Feb. to M, 



lady in Sei 



DellC.l'e. 1 1 

l...n \V. 

111.,.' 1 [...... 1, 

Elton, last ot 


V;:!;.!,'!.. , 

■■'|.|.".lnm. 1 


Archduke, e 

lie .- Cho 

May Duke, 1 


ill, 

fSolVay 


F.irly P.'clnn 
Early Morell 


nd, June. 


Orange. 


•"""■ 


• The given 


months ref 



SORGHUM CilOIVlill.,' CIIWFNTIGN 



hased Imphee, and got no crop. His : 
•■as not quite sure his 'was Imphee, 
ought it for that. II. was under the im 
an at first, that Imphee ripened fimt, t 
xpenenc. proved the contrary. 



nelad'oeeTd' 



Mr.'cory, of Irnjiana', 
, speaking of the differ 



Mr. hewnr.l, rl Winnebago, said up his 

l.laek t anVo"'eo, l ye.low.'''TheN?i',.i' .'hey ".so 
was sm.ll black liopl.ee. ^ The yellow „ small 

ayriip."'TLe yellow Iu.ph.'. m it'-'s's. nip", 



Mr. Moss, of Iowa, has seel, live Kilo's of 
.hlloiioce in il. e kinds? Willi linn la.phee 






by bolh names He 



in' , ' "von ',! II 1 !,\, ' ', 



II r II r I Of il,e Imphee 

bout aeven feet high. Put seven or eight 



e perfectly ripe befo 



IloVo,!'';'''",";, a ".V,lt^.o,eU,,Tiis'.'l, 
commenced planting five years ai;n. He 
not eee that it has deteriorated. He pi 

..is.aoealo, :,„,.. „l l„,l,..„ e.aii. K„i 

r!tiifE'iyiftofdet i, ^ a ^" ;i ° us ,p 

' '.>;.■'. (^.""'"Vho",;:;",,^' ■„„„ 

loeo.iit ,: ;,,| |, ; ,,| ,, ,.,..„, , , ,. ,, ,„ 



ry dijTicult to kee 

"itffwM "IUU 

produces poorly, 



South. Therethey renewed ll.-.r cane on, e 

in Hire.- years I.) pl.ai.ln.o ,1„. „ iim i U.„s 

getting new Beed. He always Boaked his seed 

Mr Huntington here moved lhat a commit- 
tee of three be appointed to take the subject 
of seed! into consideration, and embody th.ii 
vtewf in a report to the Convention, to hi ap- 



JasUary ii, 136S.5 



*HE DKSERET NEWS. 



proved By thai body. Ba tD 
Messrs. Huntington of Winn- 
McHeniy and Moses of Iowa 

Mr. Roberts of JacksonvilU 



ved he preferred the Im 
it grape Bugar. lie ex 



The 

2'/!.' /J...I .W »,..' jU.W, ,./'yY.;w...h..:i — 
Mr. Print, of r- - 
clay soil. He 



c Henry county, was for a 



Mr. Foster, .f Rockland, would Riv- I 
f-rence f..r aan.l or clay. He Nad tried both. 
Old soils lie considered always the best. He 

I ] It m not' » | I II i 



Boil. Planted the past 



D. S. Pardee would I 
fall by covering it with 



©riiercil Polices 



INSTRUCTION OH THE VIOLIN, 






LOOK TO THIS, L,;0i ! '0I,a .To I 



R'n.S 



©tntcol Notices. (Scneral Notices. 



W. P. ANDERSON, M.D., 



ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 



SIGN OF THE GOLDEN BOOTS. 
C P. "WILLINGBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKEE, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



WOOL CARDING. 



HURRAH! HURRAH! 
NO MOKE BAD MATCHES. 

EOBEET QEEEE, 
REAL GOOD MATCHES. 



®encral Notices. 



immm ^a niiiiHigi 



DSSERET MAC HIKE SHOP. 









GLOBE 
BAKERY MD DIXIE ROOM! 



COLIdllTtV 



first ci. i--:i nu.nw 



rsssssra 



TO THE LADIES. 



MRS. C0LEBR00K 



GltASSIIOl'J'Eli UUED MIKES! 



"KlftfiUOM COME." 



NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 

$m ~ - $ 

LARSEN & MAGLEBY, 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



1L0TII MAN UFA!) TORY 

GEORQE BONELLI, 19th Ward. 



CUE AT INDUCEMENT! 

CAS II BUYERS. 
KIMBALL &~ LAWRENCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 



W^;\r::z. 



FINDLAY'S 



(F /A © T © R V 

STILL IN ETJLL ELAST, 

H'iT/f AGENTS IN NEARLY EVERY 

CITY and sum /■.!//■■ \ /■ ;v y nr 
ryiyiyfjioyir. 



IMPROVED WATER PROOIT 
FIKST PRIZE 

FRICTION BATCHES, 



LLOYD'S NEW MAI 



^JOg|Stte^.tare...,, I ,,,.., ,„ , ^ ,.,,„„ 

CEORCE GODDARD, 



IrSOIETII THE 



F™ 



SOLS LJiATEIEK. 



GEOIWE GODPJJlE\ 



232 


THB DESERET NEWS 


[Jakuart 14, 1863. 


GENIUS. 


the Indians in that vicinity, to avenge the 
blood of their comradep.wbo were killed bythe 
soldiers when tbey went af;or the captive 
boy, ami that it was the intention of Lbc band 
to kill every white man they Bhoutd meet with 
on lbc north Blrte of Bear River, till they 
should he fully avenged for the Indian blood 
which had been abed by the soldiers iu the 
rec.nt ligbt. 


Fremont ia again in Washington. A cor- 
respondent of the Baltimore Sun Baya it la B'a- 

tbe Potomic at an early day. Tbe Sim Bays, 
"we should not wonder. 7 ' 

Five thousand men are daily employed in 
tbe Brooklyn navy yard. 

Gen. Joseph Hooker ia now nearly well of 


ATTENTION THE MORMON 
BATTALION ! ! ! 




by tbe Indians on (lie Porli.cur, at.il olbtr 








/„„,,.,.„„; circma'ancea, Ibcrc i, no itlttrrtCC: 


BXPREnS to toe gold HIKES ! 

THE BANNOCK CITY EX?3ESS COMPANY 



: Extkksion.— OnFi Idayi 
I Council House to Preside 



ur the praclica benefit of I 
chool commenced in Scpten 
tcme fifty of the ]oung me 

been learning the Bcicnco 



Oici): 



MORE INDIAN MURDERS 

By Mr. A. H. Conover, who came in w 

informed that George Claj ton and Hen 
Bean, who left Bannock City ontbe25th 

murdered by Indians just beyond Bear Rivi 
a few days after Major McGarry 3 detac 
mcut had lhe.fi s ht with them in Cache Vail* 
icsiiltinc in the recovery of the while be 
and in the death, as reported, of three of t 
band who held lbc lad in captivity. 
Clayton and Bean left Bar-noclt Cily 



. Marsh Valley, when 



New 2\bi)ErtiscHunts. 






nplete surprise and csp'ure of 
rce at Hartsville, Tcnn., under 



FOP, SALE, CHEAP, 



Col. Moore, "the m*n who wanted tosee John R RUSH M A K I IV ft 

Morgan," ia severely criticised bythoEastern *>A^^A1 -"A AlHH *X 

HYLER AND LANG 



A sorry day it was for Col. Moore, 
aw John Morgan. 
i goners, sure." This unclassic but 



LIVE ANB LEAEN! 



Staffordshire pro- 



..b.r Clayi.,.,, ,,.,1 H, „„ ,„,, , Vpi M hem, I 
i not far from the seUemcnta is Cache, 



all but tbe last plate, and in it made i"t m-'li'-.J". " l "'"- r ' •"" l -.^Viii-^'t; .i.i;;. 

This, aays the Army and Navy Ca- a;> -' 

vidently going to c 



a>':,Ki^ t 

fonitoil 
The gunbi 



lo.vu up ariil sunk in -lU f.-ct of water. Crew 
ivcd— several injured. Shewasthe flag-boat 
1 Capt. Hazlett's expedition, the finest and 



LOOK HERE ! ! ! 
I . BARLOW. 









FOBT tliTTIIIUi 

5,000 



i||.Kit-p~;^g| WM< j ENN!NGSo 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



T ?. U T H AND LI3E3.TT. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 21, 1863, 



VOL. XII. 



/ GOVERNOR 
STATE OF DESERET. 

To the Senate mJftoi of Representative! 

Convened in 6'nicrni Jlmmbly:- 
OiHTinBn-- Permit ». to congratulatr 



elect, the Huns. Will, am 1!. II it . 

Illl,!);^ I,'. (.'.IIM.UIl, proOodo,! to W'.r.liii^i 

presented to Congiess tbe Constitution I 

accompanying 01, i.Miink, . i,«l, in contiec 



But Con- 



ndonment by tbe Hoi 



Tbe Hons. W. II. H oper and J. M lioriihisel 

tbe r efforts toward a favorable action upon 
■ ipa.sageof 



: Act, as their judgn 



alBO will be privileged witli Ihuse Couotitu 

tionai (nsebim ^ r 1 j»,"' a |; d " > r< f r s ; i a h t f cU G ';;, 

have eo long and bo patiently waited and bi 



increase, our popul.. ii.m, I, .is he,-,, imelicli 

Bands immigrating to our peaceful valleys 
a lU.r .1,1 to promote I an progress a 



I r e "> f u l ii, 



LEGISLATIVE PKOl.'l.KDlXljK. 



, House b.ll appro| 
lei some debate, 



bad been refei 



Mr. Woodruff, from tbe Revenue C 
tported adverssly on tbe petition 
tizens of Fort Epbraim, asking f 



t3d Dislrict Coui 



of Ibc Territory, wbic 



I'erritorial appropri 



In tbe House on the 12th, Mr. Thul 
fr m tbe Committee on Revenue, reporter 
vcraely on the pelition of H. H. Kearns 
others, relative to tbe payment of taxes; 
Mr. Maugban, from the Committee on C 
ties, reponcd adversely to tbe passago 



, .lunngiln- 



E. W. East, Clerk of Great Salt Lai 
court. The reports were several 
1, and the Committee discharged fro 

mendments made by the House to tl 
ilalion to telegraphing were not co, 
r by tbe Council, and a joint commi 
inference was ultimately appointed c 



,, to Tell.l, li.ll I 



published, from which all co 
obtain what knowledge they i 
on to the doings of their respe, 



,lt,l:\r t.r.NMON ELECTION. 



Conn,. I 
for the 



Tuesday, January 13th 
' Territorial, 

Assembly 



Chancellor of Ibe University— Albert Car- 
Regents of the University-Isaac Groo, 

John V. Long, G„org„ W. M uisl-y, T II. II. 

Steuhonse, Karl (i. Mas,-,, J„se, I, A V, g. 

Ilobrrt L. Can, II, Joseph W. Voung, ll.-n.y 

[. Doremus, Will, t l„„. II „ 



i Schools-Robei 



District A torney for the Second Judicial 
DiBtrict— Joseph L Heywood. 

■lerii'.orial Surveyor- General — Jesse W 
Fox. 

Librarian-John Lyon. 

Recorder of Marks and Branda-Wm. Clay 

Directors of the Penitentiary — Freder 
ick Kesler, Fcrainorz Little, Koeneaer R. 

Warden of the Penitentiary— A. P. Rock- 

Scaler of Weights and Measures— Nathan 
Davis. 

I'robate Judge for Beaver county-Daniel 
M. Tbo-oaB; Notary Public, Nalhau II. Cui- 

"probate Judge for Box Elder county - 

Jonathan C. Wiigl,;; l,ui, I'ubh, . Join 
Burt. 

Pi,,!, ate .lodge tor f.ieho counly---Petei 
llaughaii; -Notary Public, James H. Mar- 

P.obate Judge for Davis county— Thomas 

- Sail Lake," 

Notaries P.I 
W. W. Phelps. 

Probate Judge for Green river county— W. 
A. Cutter; Notary Public, Lifayctte Gran- 

Smith; Notary" Public, Calvin C. I'cndle^ 

pV.I,Vl.'-''j.i lg' 'f!,'r' Al'i'lia",.! co„!,l ,'--'l'l„,s. 
K King; Nota.y Public, Joseph E. Robin- 



ailhfulncss and dil 



eplion of a 

o|,,,„ >',. 



of the condition of . 



After having surveys 



e,,» seen by the glim 
e fastened lo the ■ 
n iiir faith lhat they 



S. Pel 

'" Probate Jui 



idge for Morgan county— Cha, 



t , lv public. I . (.'. Kobinson. 

Piobatc Judge for So, t county-. I 

lo tgo, No\.r, I'ubhc, s,„, el p. Il,,yt. 

°Pubhc, 'wti i.i,",' A, M. 



t;„„i,.„,; 



I Judge for Utal 






,'u l.ba 



F. Farr; Notary Public, William Cn 



obtained, to carry c 



THE DESERET N E W i 



[J-lXIJAhY 21, 1863. 



THE BATTLE OF FREDERICKSBURG.' charge »i,» I 

The following; graphic description of the I ™| ['",," 
battle of Fredericksburg on Saturday, D. c. ' „r French, 
13lh, iB from tbc.eorrespondencc of Ibe New ' II.- line Bl 
Tork Timtv I ™ "p^Jj 

Fredericksburg ,„, il'.e ' , i'ght .."■! '.■■*'■ •<" II .!'.'''.' .'» 



nJ the eager iniuiry. "Everything depend. . 
rig l-.Jiikhn a coming i:p on ibe flank " 
ngl Franklin's position was plainly observab 
ck by 'lie line of emoke and a fire a couple 



I..HC, III. I.ii'i.I 1..1 

I II,', n ,,,.■,", , I. .Hi ..i 1.1 
lidgvol :- ....I.-'.) ..... 

iiui'.r.'i ri-'ii!'" r.iv'„„.''r'!i 

ll.i-.-i, which vim;.!!.:. ii.Ii. 1 



The moment tbey 



burst Ibe deadly I 



wall. This 
batteries. 'I 

Hi, ml,;,. |„„ 






CSi^.taK, 



'..;v:-;!, , ,"7:: 



i.,' 1 ;!::",: 1 ;.,' 1 ;; 



in'ji!^,, .'.I 's',''";.i'.i',' i'.'!,!!,',i'i'i'„"f, l ,i', ,■"„', !,,V, 



i,,.|., .-. I u. ,.,!, ugh,, „;,.;,., Ci-ii. s„„ 

l.,„vH!r..v,. O, ■).,.,.,, I t„ our 1,11, ,,,„l, , 



plan of Gen. Burnside, agrei 

cC.r.. 'I'.rli v,l"lh,"i"'..,i". 



c'i'a'Kft 



I, ,i a,,;,, ,„, .i.u.l Hi.) press, tbo igh llivir 
ranks crow fcarlully tliin. They have passed 



eigl,', hours' A n,.'g,,n,, ai:"'iU.r l 'l,v'.,'_r emu 



:M"^,ina''''ui"i'.'a,ri l "X > „':;!s,,,; i 'r",,! 

' ii.inpris.il.; I.,, 1,11 ll'r.ui.r 1>,', „,„i 

Khun; i;,.. K,,..,.,L„ :,,,,, !,. A, ,■ ili^i,,.., 

!,■■ 111, ,11.,,...:,,,...!;,, IV.,,.,, , I. Unci;,.,, 

v. ivy i,,i,l ,-:..,, ,1 away ' il.ai, t.'i'pi ' i|,| 



Vail. In I. pendent on the I 1 

Qrdl'a liolw "ar.,t- >'.,' aik''.,,,.' 

o'clock t,il, (,,.,,, .-,,,.1 M .,-,,! 
menced u, vmg si „vly 



f",.i.::;L^;';':„:r:r 



Ef° *js? «rim ff"rt?ianVSpi'Ji '■ *«S 



•rgeJht Berry, Serge 



V- initio a h I 

It. thing,!, rough. 



•ed 

i b b ill" 1 ^ ° mpUU 
°°y™^l" S and l I.'ey«r 
ock Gen. Birney°i Uiv 



ing the First Coi 



SEjINk^^ 



penor lorce the , appearing against them, 
ey were forced torture. Col. U. H. Haul, 
II. wooa.lej in lb, leg. The r , h-ls ceased 



ttery aid the s ,...,,.l and Fouuli v-imo 
'-■ i.oie'cVl';',, .' .'/itad'ta Sa, 



fight. Ex'ciially calm. 



: U I r I r I , r 



nigh,. Volley, of 



em back. The turn 
ation.. The day was I 
1mm diately cannon 



,;'.,;:,.,*..' 



Shall we .ay, then, i 
certain oo'e'ct "a, """ 



glosses of official teli 



STtjTtSr^r'.'Vu'rt'il Frankiinr 



v.v.rl] ..I g ,1,1 siuc'lsM, , 



-Massachusetts has 37,000 more fei 



Jaxcap.t 21, 1863.] 



THE DESERET MEWS. 



RESEARCH FOR MORMON I 



Judge lo -President Young, of Sept. 



Skinner, of Chicago, an officer of ihc Society 
as understood, which it seems Mr. Barry, thi 
S:cretary,(o whom the books were forwarde. 
direct, had not seen at the dale of his commit 

Ciiicag-, Dec. 20, 1862. 






1>EATH OF SHERIDAN KNOWLES. 
The celebrated dramatist, James Sb.erl.la 



September"' 

May I beg yo, 



<>"> Judge St ,, 11, , 

O^armlyyolr'n- 1 "';^, 



—in "Mormon" M-to'ry. I have the only 

s. sons-(i'!.:'.p-i.-ii.-o',".sp.ri.;i. n.v j.s-ili, 

Smith, Ike Mormon P, outlet. Mr late honor- 
ed and learned friend (D . E James, of Iowa) 

thropy fas an abolitionist be wis "a Hebrew 
of Ibe Hebrews), and exact learning, was 
induced by me to prepare a history of the 
County of Hancock— the Mormons especially, 

Nanvoo. How he would have greeted these 
precious volumes— Swedish, Welsh, and ali- 
tor he bad the "gift of tongues!" He was 

i i v., ill ■■(•;, ns-i.in Cliris' .a nsen," the 

I) I, poet, still with the Mormons. (Pray. 



impartial truth of history. 

1 want much tosecu.e a ,om,,lrl.- H'rol tin 
"D.-scret Ne..a,>' and a y o her journals oi 

l'l I I 1 I I ,1 






Say to him that 1 t h e fact of its H 



ety expressed ly t 



iis.li its Secretary, Mr. Barry, 



Bullock, at the Historian's Oilice. 

FAMOUS RIVER CROSSINGS IN MILI- 
TARY HISTORY. 

At the Granicus, three hundred and thirty, 
four years before Christ. Alexander the Great 
opposed Ike Persian lorce of one hundred 

small but Telex"' army,' n,' l.v'lliu'lV-ln c'l'h'.n'. 

sasd strong. Unl I. I by iirnlbri, the 

Mace.'oniaiis and Gio-ks plunged into the 
stream at several points, and muted tin. on.-r- 



eing disigncl not only lor I 
'.-VTh'm^s .''""'/'n'Tl'' 
The crossing of the bridge 



u uieutty. .use ai .is; mug v ,,uths In sum 
.mini In. way [u L'lnh.u, aim tlir.uigli Char ■■ 
I. in, baud llivlett liee-im.- acpi united will 

us l.'nt.s. II.. soon after appeared "a* an 
.turn, the Dublin tbealrrs. He played in 

ema'ined' o C n°"lhe"»t ' l„ " '" ; - ,'," 'l'l ' 
:.ri''li;!LT^e':n%1,l'a; r i;rrel,a7sl i W bu"hi 



f these plays Mr. K, 



tin- stage, !i 
d in -Master V 
go the weight of a 



:;";,':;; 



,' ' l , " !.:, 



Too Thce.-Po 



FUNERALS IN SCOTLAND. 



ollin was l.-.u The 



NO LONGER "TRASH.' 
re's oft-quoted sentiment. 



ed handsomely by exhibiting It a 

postage stamp per sight. In re 
lie matter, the New York Jbf, 



.ml incapable of cxpie.sion. Berbaps. tbej 

Yes-on the shores of Canada we mJysee 

b'.rbrighi and j isant fauces, if Mr. s.a.i- 

on will only let us noes Ike lines. Silver, 
ibey eay, is »„ pl,.,,iy „v,r there that it is at a 

a-tu 11 V sun'l l'i" he "a ",!', in" '.'.."i'l'le n,7i'l,Vl' 

prech.ns dnigi *! ,„,. ,,;„, ii ; 

Chma.Ush.e.h in India, or quinine IB Rick- 

"The Cn.srs or the Ame»ica» Wau.'-- 
This is the title of a paper in (he November 
lumber , of Blarletrood; /■:,!,, ,e.,,-g Mogazi*. , 
ust issued from tho Now Yolk press. Wo 

ight the war is regarded by the literati ot 






Lord Fot 
James B 

I'.ugl.uU 



Where Money is Pr.ESTY.-Fro 
Toronto Leader, we infer that all tin 



one Robbie Johnson, who, in the ye 



'\„ul Wif!' q. 

a ma nl How 
ken the heu's lay 



rig? I'm t- 

II ever hea 

Ilowcanyouge^yoorwig? 1)') 



THE DESEEET NEWS. 



[Jascary 21, 1863. 



•^^%V«vrrf "iy '';-.. 




M ' '■&■„ h ^ 




! 




'*"- " ':i : -y;^<^-'" : -- 




8L1AS saiTII ...EDITOR AND PUBLISHER 


J 


Wednesday, January 21, I8fi3. 




MEETING t»F THE GENERAL ASSEM- 




BLY OF THE STATE OF DESEBET. 


| 


Pursuant to adjournment, or in accordance 
















;i,',S'.t.lln..e,« Monday, th. l»t,, in.t., 




„rgani«,l ; met in joint ....ion, ami received 




the Governor's Message, which, a. will bo 




seen, was not a lengthy, but a very com|re- 


t l 










busine.s by the respective branches of the 


b 


Assembly, adjo,,rnm,rii « ,pi In.M ,IM ne.day. 


G 


H„';™rul'^nll^ U ex\lnrelrcumrnc\.rthey 


l> 


^VthlfT^t'icoa In this number Tor tb. 




proceed'nge in detail, nor tlm. to miks.n .urn. 


,[ 


miry. ^ 








PROGRESS OF THE WAR. 


\ 


From recent reports it appears that the war 




i, progre.sing more rapidly than ever. Th. 












Ihe Federal, and Confederates in North Care 




lina have of late been upon an extended .cale 


Ir 










Galveston, Texas, hod been retaken by the 






■ 










captured had relumed to New Orleans. 




Afer their repulse at Vicksburg, the main 




portion of the defeated expedition proceeded 












live hundred, killed and wounded The Con- 





ctive bo effectually beal 






the eastern press and people 

D tailed accounts oTthe defeat of tbe Fed- 



It 'could pot proceed f 
nld 'everything that mig 



nd there and again offer 



articularly from tho 
repulsed by Gen. II 
I of Dec. 31»t, in v 
McCook'. corps w 



nd the report, that were , 
in relation to the glorious ac 
1 greatly to strengthen the 



eported, 1 North- Western 
, cut to 'be'ng virtually. 
„igade»| Wbile-the poo. 



body of Gen. Schofield's army. It seems tha 



ie,l„,,l,.,a I,-, t„e lines,. „r all ,„rli, wher- country, and ev„|,. . lly had „nd. no prepara- 
,cr found, and their return to Nashville in lions to meet such an emergency. Col. Crabb, 
on.. crrnmiinlihg at .S|n ingM,!, was taken by sur- 

Tbe prisoners captured in the several en 'prise, but fought tbe enemy gallantly, and 
igruieiit. by Gen Rosecrans- army wer e '.nce. fully, from one o'clock in the afternoon 
ken to NaBhvil'e, where tho officer, were [ till d irk, when the attacking columns retind 
ace I in custody under tbe following order, for the night. The next morning the enemy 
lued by Gen. Ro.ecran.: made demonstrations in force, at which time 

'I In- Gen. e an ling is pain-d In info-in ' comnnmicatp.il with the city by telegraph was 



by Pr< 



= cut on, and tor several,!, y, Ihe 
; suspnseastothercsultoftheco 
.[subsequently reported, that th, 

| were ultimately repulsed and c 



MURFREESUORO. 
of Gen. Roi 



nougb to throw shell 






iaasSEsra.*^ 



SEVEN riES HALL LECTURES, 
in Tuesday evenin'e~t7th in.t., Mr. K. 



iiiiburied, but .iic '«•» that Cheatham's and Cowan's divis- •"■""' ""•»"'. 

stores, sr'til'ery and "">» »' Bragg', army were at Shelb, ville, >'-v utc-r! cl.i. ily t 

■awaiting reinforcement, from Richmond. «™««'»M «« 

,eld after the strife 'Wheeler, Stern, and Forrest were at Char- , F " da y th ° ? J 



gether with Ibe 



sound and fearless expression of t 
ly repenting of past error._w 



p,ied.» This b, 



jbtletul two thirds of t 



.em", and seep the navigation o! Ihe {«•«« and physical suffering occasioned '< ■'"'"■ " Th. IWW, correspondent says, 

i.rlandopen b.l„ K..hvllle. | '£* 0nm Pratt> „„._ A . „_ was (|)e I Lay'"""'^'".'^ 'b°°td!"^f. ' DeXetio" io 

ATTACK ON SPRING* IELD. >«";<[ '';', ', ^^, l '.'J,';,, ^ ;"""' f '" ic'nldu ,,.,„ before ha, been seen duringth s 

was verv ~ M k i , , Tl '" *"'•■■''•• p'''" "'' '''"''''' '"' ''«•< !~'.' ™""'t„ "'"■" In a leading editorial of tb. N. Y. 

y generally believed afler Ihe u „. ,„ ;,., .,.,„„,„;, ,,, ■,;..„., „„ ,„„,. ,,„. Jx ;;,,,,;., ,t p. said Ih.n "llie public mind— with 

. of Cave Hill, and the conflict near of,,, ,,; ,»„t„„r syv „..,.. „, „ „„,„„ lelienaion of the terrible ba tie ot 

leville, Arkansas, in which tie e, emj r 1 ,_„ ^ the „„,„,,, sacrifice 

t l;!?, b«y.„d e....,, »»;„;,, \,'; i ;!;; i \::; i ::::, i , ;;:;- 1 ,i,„l, of over u„ .h.u,a„d mm and 

• ln " u " s.aie ,.[ imps,,,,, i „„„|,| (1 ,,,,,„. 0| |,,. a[1IS , ; ,„, ,,„„.,„,,, „„,,. ,,,,,,,,. 'wounded Boldiere— has been excited to a de- 
oon be invade., again by (Wedernn p .inte.i and w.-ni away because they could [ gr cc of despondency and indignation which is 
' ,8 ' 0n ', i . rto(lbel , otu , eIwa Jt,uiy appalhng. The depressing ..n.a.ion. 

,-> with wbicli Mr. E produced by the .even day. battle, in front o£ 
jmaelf very familial. Ricbmpnd,,and that resulting from. Lee'a suaV 



JaWabt 21, 186S." 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



; pursuit o e another brand 



The N. Y. Journal of I 



li'l'i'i /'-.nnmei- aaya, "It 

I'liilhp's n..i^,,'„','si ; ,i)''"!| ,.,'mii 



.' thua furnishing ready 
V.'bl'll'dKli.r'Tb 



the whole car;" that "the univeraal feeling isr <•' 'be Fredericksburg defeat, holds forth charterera of rotten ship.; „ -i Vn'nf 

sariuced an I our strength wasted" no a'oneri. I ""'hat ia tba slate of the conntry? What ],,' , \' , ,' r , '„ , ', „ L , , , ', V ,'t , , ' of tbe «»P"ltjr of' leading Presl, 

by order of the Government, despite Burnsi,!.-,, f^;^'* " '^."^V ' "["^ j" ,'',;.;, V"'! ,'V, ^ !''i'.'"'\v"i',',.V.?.ni ,''. l.'",!.,",-, '„',',", ' ,'.f" rZ nj'ie ", lo'th,' m.'iuT. llT'oViho'lte'publio"-' 

reluctance loiclii .■<.■cnior-sener.il: an I, in ■ |ii|l .„ Ui n ,. iU . Mhi ,.,, ,„ ,,„ „ ,„.,;,.,. ,,',., „'.,„., '''''''"", "r"' 'i "! , 1',',' ,'," . l ',","! ","."', "!""r~°',' !'.',° I MORE INDlTJToUTRAU 

rel'irling I ' 1 !■;■■■ ■'••'( ' ' '"- I" Hi- l'i.i",i ...m; «.■ !■ ■«-.-. in r..uu.l iiinn ' ' , ' " , ' ' ■ 

fiarding the ,la„ s l„er, saya thai, instead nt a l.e, », a „ „r„, y ,,f ., ,:„. ,-,.,.1. h ,'n],. h ,"'.- n.' , '.i'",' '■ ,, i -"'" "'„ , .„* < 

preacher, nature evidently intended Beecher '" ■' < " ■"'■I'; ' "•« l'-'>v..n li,,.- 1 ,,.„r ,„,„,, ,,,.„ ,. ■„„.„ „.,,„ ,,„„ C n„l, , , 

for a butcher. \Zt,„o n", ! '■"■pl.'V.ng N,l,.y ,,„„,, „,- „,„,, ,,,,„ ,|,el',e»„l. 

TbeN. Y. S«»sayslbat,"initarcconcen- „,„, , ,,.,.,. i',,.n. .u li.llV.. 'l, v^, ,|\>.,',I." \ '" '''" 'V, 1 ' "'' ■'■;■' b» occ„,,ie,. ,„„,! , 

trated all the bitterness of Bull Run-the !>■„- .M.:'! |.f . , ■!■■ .1 I.., .„..,■ I,.-, „,. .„.,-,., , , : , ,,'„;,"'•. *" ""' ha ' b "" "° B 

""wiliae ba° J 



The New Haven (Conn.) Regi. 



puMi, ,f wise ! , ,_ 1 .. , ■ . ,.,., ! ,„„ i,.,m I, V.I y'ar ■..„." "'!',, ™.,.!"' l '.''"' ! 1,0W "° ar W " °"" e '° h "' 



ay lie, ,1. .serves the resulled in disappointment, dn 
r. Histo-y should ; grace." 
that point. The! An eyewitness oflbe bailie 



ha heights of Fredericksburg, J fayette (Ind.) Jb„ 



i Fredericks- j "The; 



The Columbus (O ) 



aatbo 


ur, when t 


he gre 


atcst promise, of al 








r gallant army not 


...ly c 


ampelled t 




back from its las 




to Itichm 


nd, br, 


t nndor a defeat as 


norrib 


e for its 


loody 


character, aa inon- 






qitence 




Tbe 






entoflbe Cincinnat 


r;„:,ti 


pointedly 


alege 


that "tbe responei- 


htlily 


or the ii u 




ur soldier* and for 








in the campaign,' 




beyond tbe 








tbe Gen 






One or 


the other c 


f them 


might have ordered 






n-Chie 


of the Army and 






Nary! 


Frnro tha 




uences the 












responsibility, bo 


iIH.I!' 


)' sb.,,,1,1, 


edby 


BnniBide, tbe N. Y. 


a.™? 


iieves W f'o'r V 




nt that Gen. Burn. 


ids'™ 


uinai, ly . 




the crushing weijbt 


of reep 


onsibilily 


\bich 


the late disaster at 


Freder 


cksburg ii 


poaea. 




Tbe 


N. Y. I 






'appea 


1 to tbe Pr 


eaideni 


'charges upon h.m 




he signal 






onaec 


aencea. "Again 


ave yon, Abraham 



hough costly Bell 
ugbter which wa, 



„ e l new era of government, the dayi of th 
me tion were numbered, 
tly I The Hon. L. W. Coe, one of the Ilepnl 



e jaws of hell where they marched, j The wide-spread conviction ol 
"Oilmen to ilimtnt Iran, cy and imbecility of the Almin 



ntly bes ; eged by eagei 



,rly opposite Richmond. 

wont to Richmond foe 
to procure a guide. On. 



got, throe of their wagons across Ihe 



,.,p,.-uiyg..| p., ■rs-i.iiW 



the Indian encampment beyo: 



I and those with him, have not since been be, 
■ fro,,; and it is believed that they have t, 



,., ., ,:,.-al .,ii,,,»'l.i.l, .Mil 
\,"t^ e Condolin° l 'w'i'lh' 

^fficTr^and'aoIdUr, 
QSigncd^ &BSAJ 



ourcee. Of Bui 



upi,..; Ihe t 
'°n.rZr»V> 



lot wheeled vebic.o., which were, b 
i most appropriate, aa the Ble.gh.ng a 
■aB but poor, and of abort dv«~w ,., 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[Jaxcary 21, 186?. 






frozen. Repair fenct 
tools read;, provide 



1 garden, pruning una 



lily. Let him now study Ibc subject 
long winter evenings, in some good 

ecragr.cnllnral piper. 11 irrj-H "Fruit 






ulal Gage, Jefferson, St. Martin's Qu 



'■■".'; ! ';!'; r 

| ,', . « of 

.'.'■'■."li;.''; 



ml generally m. kc roots fiom the lower part 

.HI,.. graft Ih.-fi.st .el-.,,,. 
When the h.-.a ,,re i il ,-n ,ip'..r Ir.iiispl.n.'- 

as in this way ttiesoil ot the nursery 
I... n.n.n illy moist. 
■' ■•i'l"-'" i"l.'pur.-e!l) f,..e ho.,-. 



l!!",'n\-n,','.7l''.m.'"V-\^ir , .l.-n!-V^CInl'.'.'"' , '* m " 






A better way is lo la, 
thorn the peach, on the j 



ten inches apart in the r- 



">!-' - lb- f- ."tors of the De, 

ill, the h.ud .,-.. i.l.-r - .,1 the Durham. Ti 






. of New Engl I, I v 



ot Mr. Thomas Dro 



: HoBse-TAMrn.-Rarey says, "Nal 



FACTS AND F1CTIO.V. 



never lies." Me also ainrms ...... ... ""•' ■■ ; _ Gov Andrew „.,, asain p„ 8 i po ned the 

honeat-tbat the mind of a hose governs a ,,„,, ,„ M ,„,„,,, ,„ , ,-,,,■ s. lsun. 

horse as the mind of a man goven.s a man. If Wht ,1 olio J mu.iry 1, lWiH-lhe day 



-An old lady in Co, 



ity ot Loudan is 150,0 



lis ron Chiha.-Two hundred and 
Btty boxes of the finest California apples have 
been recently packed by Judge Blackbu-n, of 
Santa Cruz, for Bhipment to China. They 

were carefully picked in lined boxes, and it is 
thought tbey will keep till May next. 

GOOD BUTTER IN WINTER. 
A farmer's wife writes to the American Jl s - 
-iniHurat, as follows: 
For the benefit of my lady friends, I will 

Sril "EtCe'^sT 1 ^l^Hi'^'ill!' 






If the milk has been kept in a warm place 

'M-f.",e "churl'."',.; 1 ' '»'"" w'isTlhe "butter"! 



n , l -l"w.'" s'. 
nil, n« Ihrin. 



ofboihngwatwc.nl 
asketa 'for boiling 



1 ,,',", .1 
htng ITi'i ;„.„„.!,, v.im.n 



■--Tlioraa. J. Walker n ra,.;,e" a co:„pa 
to fight the guerillas in the l.oi ,-a.t ot I 
State. Premicesav. " The g.i..,,illjs ,„.» 
as well encounter the Devil as Tom Walker 



ilj, Fair dubs Henry 



— Tbe cry among the Easier,, j .-„,: a] 
,w is-"Take oil me lax o„ forei.'n rag", 
e can gel pap.. i cough lo punt the news 



le torpedoes placed in the Va/ooRii 



-Tie Nee ( an, Ma 



"■■"■ "" ll " i | "' 1 '■•"-■-'" ■'»» of aia-a 



V.^l\ 



-A few ot Gen. McClcl 



-Sidney Smi h J. fined English benevolence 
len he sees B in distress, to compel C to help 



JaISTJAIIY 21, 1863.] 



THE DESERET NEWg 



Rich Phesckts.— The following ia goin| 
the rountla of the newspapers: 
"Princeea Pia, the new Queen of Portugal 

fr a .m'nVpo I ,r°^>-b"h^''«tff2rillian'i.° 
Lit of the vail of the Virgin Mary and a thorl 



'I in- l'r, I..- 
|..H.illlii; ;•, 



iiiBir i£r; ; :;:;S: 

i a dearrinlion of hie form. The foot 
cotch ie large and thick. The foot of 
u ia flat and (square. The English foot 
and fleshy, ilie Ame.icjn foot 



Genera l Notkce. | General Kotires. 



W. F. ANDERSON, M.] 



ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE. 



e ia concealed by wealth, and 
an incucst in London 



K. 



i!;;;:;., 1 : 



General Notices. 



BILLIARDS ! BILLIARDS ! ! 

BILLIARDS ! ! ! 

FOR SALE, CHEA: 



SIGiToFtH!!: GOLDEN BOOTS 
C. P. WILL1NCBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



20th WARD WEAVING. FACTORY. 



*?"fS' fi$l!3!8&ZJF! 'A?f2?%e£Z 


: ;w';::;;r;r,;;:, i ; 1 r;:;:,.i.:;" t ^^x 


»■« «.™?5 "•.'wiS'u'SK'.rlr. 


DESERET MACHINE SHOP. 


T n 1 5,r":rb"S,s,%, m l K,,x;u°.™ , . , Li 

INSTRUCTION ON THE VIOLIN, 


" "./J r .r;." 


DEATH! DEATH! DEATH! 


p B ,;, 8 ;",^ i ;„^d^,^r.i'ix°°"o™!'"°p'i, i ,;,°et 


133 


ADMINI-iTRArOR'S NOTICE. 


ikbanuuue8t?bu!^ "*"" d "' Bl " , »„' 1 <l °°- 


- w ll '.in . , u- l.KlUUl. K, 


» S !«i !' ':;.".:?."; J!" ";i . t wmt, n... 


wggvSjIISiSKft 


ATTENTION THE MORMON 
BATTALION!!! 


LL00K TO THIS, ECONOMISTS ! 
JOHN C. TATTON, 

13 * 3,.i i, 1 ™ '* N v r * ,: '«' U R E It, 




MUSIC 
ND MUSICAL MSTKUME3TS. 



BUSRJBI hurrah: 
fiO MOKE BAO MATCHES. 



REAL GOOD DUTCHES. 



G L O BE 
BAKERY AND DIMG ROOM: 



FIRST CLASS board 



Gcnetal Notices. 



^NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 

LARSEN &, MAGLEBY, 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN "STREET, 



CLOTH MalNUPAUTOBY 



GE0R0E BONELLI, I91h Ward. 



'::z 



CHEAT lNDV C 15 HI li IV T I 

C A S II JS°U Y E K S. 
KIMBALL & LAWRENCE 



W 



■ THE LADIES. 
MRS. CQLEBROOK 



MERCHANDIZE, 



LOW PRICES. 

Feb. 10. tSflS. KtSlIJALL fcr LAWBEKOa. 

OA PENEIl & TaTZoIT^~ 

BUILDER AND C X TRACTORS, 



V 



BRUSH _MAKING 

BYLER AND LANG 



EXPREnS TO THE GOLD MIA'ES ! 



IH2 BANKOCK I 

HSSKS 



FINDLAY'S 

m 

\F A © T © ® V 

STILL IN FULL BLAST, 

WITS AGEXTS IN XEARLY EVERY 

CITY AXD SICTTI r.MI-.ST IX THE 

TERRITORY. 



FRICTION MATCHES, 



LLOYD'S NEW MAI' 



GEORGE GODDARD, 



',;: I!-. 



T ",:'„:;:,. 



LOOK HERE!!! 
II . BARLOW. 



TIIE DESERET NEWS 



[Jarcaky 21, 186S. 



MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS. 



panie. alone, bat by regiments, bi 
•veil divi.iona-the NewVork S«" 
Congress truly represented lb. p.. 
ing. The ruler of a great people, II 



of a minority clique of t 
currying It headlong to c 
premises, though r.H.-elnu; 



■ Iter." The Pie.i 
aat I had one of ' 
man in lb. army 
rrr/ty change place 



General Wool haB been dismissed fn 
Maryland. The pop-re say, "Bight." 
| The Washington RqlMiMO of Dec. 11 

"""Between thin city and Philadelphia 



t fall fir abort ol 



.tucky objected on the grounds tbet ..the 
ibathd.y had been just previously desecrated 
in the Hall by the ltev. Mr. French, b 



b-lter coii.hlinn ll.in. Cr. 



among the amy , 
oinpclled by duty, 



.1. Smith, of tbelnterio 
ugh to mention. If 



New Goons. — N. S. Ken nhofr -V C. wil 
THEATRICAL CHI rlQUE. 



e"ion"'D"? Sr"!'"!)' c"".on Vuy-i Ih. j Nero Qlbuerf tsements. 

° n ih"s° b ='a« e oi u p"y^ t h |°;'f i i 8 " i , £;.* a '^'; lt T.,"V,!;i v.!'.':",'; ; :, :'.vz^ZTj«^. 



.«• .ITorls of comedy, M { V CI ™ ^J 
h'imm'd'enakVTnUlVl'h'ni-.'.'.i'li,. 
play of "The Willow C. p«e;" am 



•Hi.- 1-1. ... 



The third prineip il .Ir.imHii- p.-rfniin.in. 
Last'ye 8 



as1r,°b. ."urpassed. Tbli 
ibly defective in its com 

of the lowest farce in I 
ag.dy. Evidently the an 



:elf tba 



eCw t« I*. Arabic 



'ehou d sing eternal songs of gloria 
t,.l u i. ii. gl.es praise. His judgn 

- "v '<■» «"* W - "•! i ''™. l ™r" 



talari by Maura. Cain., McKenzie, 
'"'■" .tw'cekl'u'e' admrers of the clas 

rfpi.ee of 'sbcridan"Knowles, the 
lerformance of a play of this high c 
upon'a London stair.., where it .vai 
: h- out, is certainly J "&>£ jant « 
yas doubtless full of admi atiou o 
,„ plebeian hero. The hardy repub 

!e seen in' Mr! Snow's persona'ion ( 

'"of'pirenlal a ir.-!-ti..i. nil pioini 

I,.,,.. I .il I... e. A-VirKiiiia ienp^ilited^ijpt 



"ill ',,'.'' 

tawi. hi vr P tr B vi f »gs ,,, hV 



lilli u, dollars— il. 



w^r^t.;.' 



AMERICAN AHD FOREISN HARD- 
WAKE, CUTLERY, 
1RMERS', MECHANICS', 

MINERS' TOOLS, &c, 

d eDS Bdltcry Street Mutch Cu.'./e. ui.i 






j Roman Father gradui 






1 1 patience was enough to move a heart of stone 

.'HE./ 

i| g *nLrwitbl 



' ""' t l' , rVf';L',';.'tn'.' , -,'!,',i..'',';.-.i " .."i. . .i''"'t iui,z l °$ 



A Congn 

,* i.:g..ts 
.... «<[., 



. most "painful from ita very faithfu 
the aulhor-s conception. Though roa 

'de're'tbe roori'ivoiiTlering biB child do. 



WANTED 

iiiiiiMiiiii 

PORT C11TT1I11I. 

5,000 

OATS 

BARLEY 

WM. JENNINGS. 



reived. It snrpi 

"Vla.l M,. r 'icuo 



. J..I.U ll.CUv..nii. Mr.McKei 



SALT LASS CfITT, 
10,000 lbs. 

ras§! mis. 

WM. JENNINGS. 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



TJ.Uia AND 1IBSR57, 




H ' , , . ''SlSlllIill 



„;.',; 1 :!'; , i ;■";.•,;,. :;,.,;■ 

1S5S, President Young wa 



a \ir) •;... ,1 ; .,, 
nlv'w/li',-",;,, 



by charters, given by I 



Iver'or gJl^Tul only in ttcBwp 



i,I.,.t( I . Ihe 

"il,;r. !;'.:,','. ;!i 



J. .«.T — lie ll I.I ll.i'i'lllii: 10 Ins 



»1 I" ■>■•■ I. ink.TO llnl I 

ilim ; a, In tiling then so stl 

IOII, Wll.'lt a F|i|i ll.iill epp„ 



d .1 I he 

fitly thousan"'" "" 



j;. ;; H"v:.: ir' ;':; '.' : ;; :,'"■; .',; ■ : : ^^^!^\^^r : M\^-- i -rY.:;.:.iv , '-;s;';L-?".;'i l^^l^^i^tc^ri 



bought in New Yo 



, ^ i in n,i i. 



,,? Ul,e, 



dollar and ,„,„.., ataie, hj ■II,- .,,, „•» .■i,-u.l., el ,-r ,„„:,-, 1,, -v.-, v ,-, ,,. ., ,.., „, ,-„ „„ .„,„„„„ 

"■ i'l, ; , !"" "f IS ." '° .'"" -"'" l ' , " ,1 "" r . , ""- k ""l'-r.--.i : l^^- 1 y, ,.a!,a,.l.„, ll., r .= , I ,.r ,-...,. , iv ,1,- I.,. „ ,.,. „, 

'.I-,'!!,,? ' ,, -''I"".' " '>" ' 'V" -' "l. """I"' "»'T'l ""',"'„ " ' ' ' '"•""<""" , 

s\Hiie' , yi£?^E ia H!F i -°' f "' 



c dcltauded by ILc depret ,.n,n 
i.i-estopay. There ,, ue also >, 
JtiouB ,n lllino.s, M.chlg.,,,, M 



Lank .,1 l-.nclau.l, ll, Toronto, Upper Canada 
upp'i.dl,, Hi- Colon, al Legislature for 11, 
, „,:■. ■■ I .. 'I''-"' I ■'■ - -!■■ ■- '-■ I ,..,.,■ ■ '.n 

act; 'hut Sir Fra lie is" ilea^'uteil"^'"!., not 
when applied to lor l,,s signatuie, r i-lio.l, 

,p,e,t,: ; bu,.'l;,ill immediately p,o 'l.,m,",'„ 



I I \ I " ' ' ,/ 



Hi! often p. rent. On whal? 
: yon? No. but on the money ) 
t to him. Yo.i paid hi,,,,;™ ,,(„; 



ally of 



y. Tr, 



ng tr, 



U. S. T.eaaury note, or the Usui 



at.!: 



Ksanecttully, &c, 

Am OuscnvEB. 

disgkaceful'occukkences. 

raging to the 2 I cavalry C. V. came down 
he oily, got drunlr, and Boon commenced 
■ laying his qualities by riding furiously 
,ugh the afreets, and Insulting Iboae wit 1 , 
an he came in cont c.'. He f, a'ly 



Eefoi 






.older „l II., 
e,ned hVe"o" 



i;"!.fa l :K' ll ,''rH , uao'o, l oo'y"-. , 'i'^ , oh„!dJ no? ,' ," to 'e" ,!n''. '.!' n"o , " 1 ',' : n'l,i''',!r''.'„, '. ' 



al'l oVl't'll Oi'a'l.e'i'o .1 ll ,.,,,','■! ' If tl'l/aiiO- 

ther mistake. You have lo pay as mncb now 
itore-keepers although apparently ,gm,runtof 



I Moat Snow STOiuis.-TUer 

jooih. On the evening of the 21 

the for- pallor the day on T 



pined "Capital, Saill.Di'll." This seems to, 

he the oi,l, hrn, Ih.it linn, J,' . .pnal >va> re- I 

qlilaite for I, .Inking pitrpoa:; all tie ,e-t V-hoh "as e.e.l |..f lelgl.tng pejpeoes o 

liii'd,,'; ,h- hIll 8 , 1 a°nd'to purchase pen ll'" , ' I 

a'Y up 

assumes that eome capital m needed, and on the ground in and aruu... I Hn. city, and Ida 

places on its bills "tt200,000capital."' If this] weather since Sun lay has been ,,u: c w.ulry 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[January 23, 1869. 



IMAGES IN THE ) 



NEW PHASE OF CRIME IN ENGLAN] 

A syalem of garroting has lately exhibit 
itself— especially in London— in addition 



"°ie« iV °lo ll be al rob'b by "'''f' 1 '"*' *"* ™" 



OLD MAID'S bllI.lUHJ.TV. 



bod), .no bio- •' »!■» 



',"j', j "j,n"aa '("nndh.iid, ' .iUhs 



old codger couldn't get mo for bis 
nd dairy maid. Hid be! bow be 
under-lip when I gave him bis an 



the Virtue of genius. 



GIOTTO'S MODJlL. 



t^';;:^;, ;.;;,,'. ;;,;;,, ■;,,u'.;;,.',';^: 



rtiDg of her .pile 



isffii; 



en if it ain't actually diattna' ing lo see 
that young Kate Gibson, cot round with her 

' "■ » minikina, and .1 liufeiing, nod I - 



l.-b 'Holt v, -■ frllbw'-ace one Inn... an. 

II. li|.|,...l • J lo l.ia I..,di,l. lilil.i wife 



Hi,'.' fr.iil.'il ► iii'iiiv of death, Hie 1.1,1, 

Unit tiuiopel which shall awaken tlnon a 

'dgnou!; "day "la's oo't'^""- ,''d' Z/ 



been all,, k.-dbygaeroters, and scarce! 



?")b«en adnotad," 



Tur. Fa-men Co. 



id-., "Why, 



The form in whicl 



The Pope promised 



,ai.!.|,,ci | i.,l,e,l,a,.,;,uni,, | l',,n,.i,.i.li:yi:r,,. 



hj 'and among threat, ■„, I tin,",. II, ,'. lie ,U„„1,I be polio the 
I b pi tel an..ther 

baraui'tlmn. """0: wlfm avail is your threat," replied Gi- 



1 it to the healthy body becomes emliei, n'.ly 



my Bignct 
ccordinglj 



hat condition panic 

,.t and given to Glotro, who anil 



owcThisX-ds'bip a s"ma"| e ja-. r'o 



%zszsr*3!i*s 



ma. I Chad, a' dames I 

|,.,l,,,,'„:iV, i|,e li.O.I mi ],.,]... 
,,-,|.,,n. ' The w..,IJ'., In, l„ 



LONGEVTY OF LITTLE MEN. 



Sicily. Tbey grow very yellow, very withered, 

their bones seam to era, k as they Walk, but 
Dipt die. Take my tiierid, Eatre.na.liira, 

ladura ever an ce I can 'remember U.e 
knowledge of anything. That Hidalgo knew 

every capital in Europe. Only this summer, 






S55SS-JSS! 



a- I, I" i ,-p ii all In a !, a 



As Attn? Joke.— An exchange has tb. 

Army"' Cu.aplain-"My young colore. 

Vo'ii'iVl'iml-"Yes, aah." 
Army Chaplain -"Glad tobcar it. Shall 

Contraband— "Sarlain, massa, if you 

ecu miles round, j Army Chaplain-." V.rj good. \Vnat paper 

! 00W worth from l,v i Cmitraba !--'■ A -II mas a, if you cbewaTTl 
| take a paper of tc.backer. Yah! yah?." 



,,, Tare 
There wa 
Lv.rjbody a 



i dead ten ye 

at the door opened,! 



i 1 :^'^.; 



iv: r ;'i";: ; _ 



«■ 'To S nckh Iro. Ha 



; men, y. ung"„r"u'd' '"jiu! 



Jan-dart 28, 1863.] 



THE DESEltET NEWS. 



REPORT OF 'IMF M' I'FI \ 1 F \ U F \ i' 
OF COMMON SCHOOLS. 

To the Hokoraiii.e77jie House op Rep- 



!" w i ,, i » ■.!' , "'"" 1 I,r '" ■; i, i, '/L'i'vv;,',;" 1 ' 11 , , , , , , ''"-^ "^■•''n^'""' i^\"n,,',^T,,<l i VL'L 

>m2ib\" c Smi"r^,l''^'''""'^\l\[.:'"- " >> LLLniiLiLLvLLLi, LLLiLLL iiL,iL.L r \!L '") ' i '»;'";". ■""""■• LiJ.hiVLL ;■.■■-"■ ';„.„, u ,„,„,i i„„i, i,.,,„. on,,,, 



nery of n nood i"h"ol syal", 









,y mi.- !■..[.. .4 Up in.. v "I In* .!. r .!;..,! i.1,.1 !„(,- i ■ . pi j ± .-. I 

»' parents 'the success o( his appicntions lo Loins 
■Ml unli-ir, Phillip ,„■■.„,„, i,i. At K.„ B I1,, , .if. 



ii it. i- .-M-i.", i.i in.r Lii. , ■, ,'.-',.. i,:^; .,. • ",-.., uii,' ,.-,i ..!'„, ','',' ,,',',, l,,'!.,.,!,.', 

.g ILe alpha!,.", ;.. , f...„, ' U,.ii ,.,, l.|.!,,-l.l ll.ii SMI-Hi,. .,r Ins ilaiisbter iu,l 

, c>.ry„raje m .1 primary school. may. T :.,loi linl forsaken her ch-.k, 

J 1 -..y ai.ydiiru' in tii.s report which ev es had i ec,.ii," lustreless, and ho the 

in. imp IL,. ii, ii.'. i , i' Hi •■ Assembly ilia' s!,,- was (lying. 



rusted Willi tin- 11,'ar.' [. I I! ,,isj l,y it," R -["'Oil..: 

iiciently dia. harg .1 lli-ir „t ■■: by mv,.,; ''"'i 'iLL/iL 

Thy to actii.re'ldtn.i. tL, 'bit mil'jLcl. Dot G. S. L. C.13-, Jai 



•Imperfect report; the 



3 meaning ot ' 



,wLer. formerly o 



POSTMASTER AND EMPEROR. tpwari 

The career of Napoleon ins pi ml .1 decree of for "i. 
J. 1. 1 1,.-", '.vlni: Ii ha. I i,,.... "i lip en In .....ii to exist milled 



I.je'lioiior.persoiia Iv c il \ , : lb • 



'i,:^;;, 1 ; 1 :, 1 '; 



■f Iionvray, whn 

"lihi'm B iat'lr y a 






ortuned t' c empero 






FACTS AND FICTIONS, 
not diverted from yoor du'y by 



orwe moileat by eulogy and encourag I 
n appointed Special Agent of the Trcl 



-The President contribnled $r,50 lo t 

^'d'L'a't '',';, T',.,\L , 'i,'.!n',', , i;,! t , !!, r ,iy , ,.:'.'.!,'i:, 

i .n,i i edaohheis ,„ u„.,l„„ ; i ,,. 



horse/, instead of ci"i":- r 'lu"L I' '•' , . ' .''■'', ' ' ""' ,11. i- ■ i.i ">ii..r ol iriviii^' jc 

wii , th e .™a?f°a r g a o'wa a .' 1 ||.' , arl'i''!., M-'mi'.-.l/'and '•• Li, . ve coxcombs! It you dare to threaten 1^ ^ ' 'a^reXavor-a ver 

LH,° fe" u'rT.i'nE '« h ')'/' V LL a " L. f" 't,L L ',,'i , Li" .',". ,.', ', ,', "'XL"L''..-L'i'iL L!, |"LtLLai''r ,f n„uvraj?-''r;r ala, m'-'-i'.. be.-." You will perhaps aug.' 

ue.-.t towD, perceived the danger, rufih-a aaked one of Ihe oflkera on dut, -. j paihaps te ai gry, but I ahall be loe uapjned 



left the prick of 



T II E DESERET NEWS. 



[J.MGART SS, 1863. 



<\^ 



-${■>> net f) 



ELIAS SMITH.. ..EDITOB AMD PUBLISHES 

Wednesday, January 28, 1863 



TO THE PUBLIC. 

,by inform the pulilielli.t II 



i,!.! ..i.ly ■' 
. There i! 



SIGNS OF BARBARISM IN OHIO. 
The Columbus (Ohio) CraU lias an aceoi: 



the policy an 
i Ity. This , 






1 baa not brn in «:■» "I properly, to III. : in' 

mailer accompanied Willi "and dollar!. He fur 
nly oscaslonally, and that 'another party of about 



PROGRKSj OF ,THE WAR. 



nrj. the many aJHrmalln 



, p,„iii S Hie Mn-nn|.|.i I" I I' 



ng the attaci; in wliiou he 
Antie.p.iting, from reprcB. 



larsbnl, by direction of Judge Kir 
rcprcaentatioi.a to Col. Com.or, 



'ted. Many of 
joeoile, Biisptcim 



iniea of cavalry 

Marshal Gibbs ac 
place, wit 



■ InJi.ll,>, who Wo 



nnwn to the public.' The Harriet Lane, "J 1 ™ "" 
hieh was seized by tbe enerr.ysoon after Hie °j ,L| " P°] 
>mmencement of tbe war, and subsequently ,. "". st: 



"ni < iyl.t ii In., without r i. fl 

with any one, not even wife, 
other, or stranger. Th.y are 

tvay they can. Tbe Qlthiness, 
■pen isborrib'y pictured in the 
it- that "a dead man, one of 
as be other day carried ouHo 

the morning by other prison- 
lair on his bead still' will, lice 



d the [ e ™*. =E> 
Tne ; "against ivl 



New Cleans with as little delay as passible. "J 

The Confederates on land were enual'y sue- [J'| n s , 

icessfuland their victory was coirplnte. Their 'conn 

plans had been so secretly and completely ,r-| who, 

nwiged.and were so artfully ca„, , exe- "»• 

cution, that C donel Burrell, the officer En I gubli 

nor of their approach until they were within M , 



small. Thoir treat 



Gen. Grants 
Springs ..bout 
place by fi.-e, t 



Iron 




alts. Tie 


Conf 


l.-ral 




se 


e full' 






esigns 


ofth 






"'".! 


tTn 


co. Thei 


poss 


rd fr 


m 


ng 
Co 


it Fa 


rrag 
Por 


Hudson.. 


spier, 


ring 




" 


It is 


epo 


ted that G 


er.Bl 


tl«w 


1 





(xroiuiATrox WiHTto, by Elir.abet 
Walker, St. Louis, Mo , of the whereabout 
«f h.t( son flenry \1[. Wafer. 



r.an ocmg a> long as we can. nev 
often expecting much less. Whei 



sut immediately , 



tantpoints on the Texan coast. Th 
of the expedition may be expee'ed to b 



■'"-"•'"' 1 r. a... I in r.tnrn siippljine; 

lat unprinci;,le,l persons are to be found on 
eery trojitier. who would purchase from Dick, 



' The Burlesque Tragic Opera-Bom- 
it took immensely. To night, the 



•Wary 28, 1863.] 



£ H E DESERET NEW* 



VASHINGTu:.- IICHi 



•■J tlie .1 jfl; Ly uh eh ,!., 



svilio siderablocx 


citrine 




«■ natorHowe 






acles ( by Mr. Stan 






omc, get the cas 


befot 


H»- Supreme Court of ttle 




'"' 


oe tor argument at the pro- 



, Mr. Filler, Secretary of 



.n All..,,, recommending an a r - f 

ot titty thousand dollars at once 

.lion among the Utah Indians; > J" 



MUNICIPAL UMIUX EN 1 El; 1'AIX.MEXT. I '''" '° lha 



and a vast boro, Pa., were a 


ating on a pond, the ire 


ye.l. Two gave way and thlrt 




and o'hers drowned, aecordine 




j The failure ot th 








Northwest- forcements at the r 




ervedly ad- 1 The eourt-martia 






z John Porter, found him 


in tho dc- R'lilty of the cbarr; 


s preferred against tlfo, 




the President approved 






ourse, done ' missed from the .1 


vice. Col. Murphy, llm 




t Holly Springs, at tho. 




es attacked and caplured 


itanyreli- the place, ha. also 


,.-eu ea.liiered torcoward- 




and Gen. Davia, late in 


ncd disposed, command at Colun 


ins, Ky , has, as per re- 



nbly the Indiana L>| 



Btributed to the Indians along i. 
itween Salt Like City and the 
Nevada, they will rise and ii 



I Social Hall, and I 



C to m Sregon and r to'': Sel "' P " >'" '"™ 



i silently s.-Uii- in <l'i<'t-''f l^-u;<l \-> ID L in I ;u N.-w MailritL 
resolutions were in- 1 The St. Louis paper, report great suffering 
Representatives ot, as prevailing among Iho hundreds of eroanci- 
o Ihe 10th inst., and pa'ed negroes now in tlut city. They are ot 
>n Federal relations, couree mo tly from Southern plantations. A,i, 
if Western Virginia ] a general thing they arc destitute ot fuel, have, 
institutional act, re- 'scarce clothing enough to cover their persons, 
nvenlion at Louis- are crowded tej. r, (recently as m-ny as 



[the city. Dying by ecorcB and in this 



of which, witboi 
novvle'ge erends.J w il 
i most orderly and ' Co , 



i." Here was 
ot emancipatic 



. and New Orleans by "" * >""".,.:> rromrcj. r 

cable, and C. W. Field "V"" '" "' J ' '"' ' '">*•"»"•" entertain- „,,,, 

.ehalf ot Glass, E at ^^'["'V,',,,",. .!u 'i' )■!,'■, "c iVh't! " "''' " ""''' 

'|.V,.-/"7l!a7d''ontbe *' " 1 " So '' ial II1 "' °" Tuesday evenin •, the '"„e 

1 Via- v:a I and h f&™:WZ>* and managd by Messrs. „,„,, 

in complete wort n! A ' °' Sm ° 0t ' *■ H ' Mei -''' J '"" C1 "" •■ l.'.'n: 

has bee est! ,,, E "° ct ^°". R- T. Burton, Theodore Mc Krai. , ir , 

, ' ' an:.' ' Lull-, at which were present the 8 ,a,, d 

tated has ur'» d """ ' °" y official8 » nJ » goodly number ofprominei t , r V,',', 



cm tho District-Alt 
ases ot properly tin 
;l to him by the m 



ugbt lo their home.. The Ttcput.'i 



irgnea the Times, 



THE WAR IN ARKANSAS.. ! and we never witne 

cr the repulse of Gen. Sherman at Vicks- harrp niou. re-unii 
the expedition under his command re-i fricndB and acqiiain 
I up the Mississippi river to Napol on,.! MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS; l' hat tn " 



nd longrtried j „„„, 



kansas and White of Illinois; J. It Doolittle, of Wisconsin?' conti 
oy the Confederate Charles R. Buckalew, of £ nnsylvania; Lolt I It i 
long the banks of M. Morrell, of Maine; Ex-Gov. Ramaav, of'„f t h, 

practicable. The ' Minnesota; Thomas A. Hindricks and David ,„ncr 
nnd of the Arkan- Turpie, ot Indiana, have been recently electod j wout 
i-pired. Gen. Mr- Failed Slates SenaMrs by the Legislatures ot ' ral c< 
e been in command ' their respective States. c!lB „. 



ral C, I 



» part ot the Massachusetts on| y 



e I lo rrc. i've lliein in ex- ""' l! u '' 3 li"]Ten it will no longer be a w,..' 

iccrs-some two hundred ° ( an S rT <*'<>, but a rage ot two peoples tear- 

ii.ie.l, which the Conte.l- '"f cch ° ll l er ,k ' savage beasts.''. 
ild not do, and, accord- An apnea' lo Ihe weallhy and fashionable 



Biuffs 'ral Dix's staff and a Confe. 
s been' met himtor that purpose 

James'river about three wi 
p the The Legislature of Arka 



f the enemy's fortifications at Duv 
nd St. Charles, which, rumor says, 
uccessfully accomplished. 

Vrli-nsas, convoyed by the gun> 

innati, Mound City and Louisville, proceeded ! punishment, by fine, of I 

n the 10th to Arkansas Port, seme forty j sand, nor more than ten 

nile. above the mouth of the river, a very by impris-nment ot fron 

trongly fortified place, the defuses having all person, found guilty 

een construe' ed of square timber., with the . Ynkees. 

■'alls three feet thick sbi ldcd niih railroad Tie capito] otLouisi; 



nfinement until Gen. Butler. hu " d 
r Jfoinc on 8 , la |l bedell, ered u top the Confederates, for ot ' ac 
c0 - [punisbm-nt. Gen. Hallick has issued orders """'' 

is recently^ to the several officers commandine: corps and "' on ' 
ng for the divisions of the army,.dir.'cting that the Gon- •"»"—"•>' '<• 

ollars, and Ire'cascd im | ..nolo, as a retaliatory measure lantbropy of 



Vorkcity, 



y ami one ham. A Southern gentl- 



the town and marched to the rear ot the for 
•acsunte;ecL by. the ftunbaata, Ttn roier 



1» at Baton. Rouge 
jy'valuabf. Stale pa- 



■ The State lib 
pors were included. In the I 

It is reported that the Supreme Court of 
Wisconsin has jwided to sue'ain.thn writ ot 
habeas corpuB, issued in. behalf of some, t tthe 



change of prisoners, .nd tber.'or. the Con- '^.Id ii.a a:. !' Sh 
upon any .yetem yet prfijoied,. It la under.- in danger, ot .■ftMaUogl' 



TIIE DESERET KK*S. 



[Jakcary 28, 1863. 






ie feed of a "'' apparatus are represer 

!inadeat>impl"t and cheapest ki 

very imperfect. With bis i 

mers may ! may JO'tly be said to ha 

ioiibt that tute a fa » r article of sugar 1 



Ljiriery cxpurged by a more simple process of filtra- 

jr the lion or rectifying. 

ncnlly! Tbe exitence cf mineral element to an nn- 

iHsbe.1 tbis country, we regard as the chief binilra. co 
nufdc- to more encouraging success in oar efforts at 
n four syrup-making. Aa to tbe presence of can- 
. kcrous poisons, if they are to any extent the 



eiTec 



'■■) r 



red to, if by successive ixpcrim 
thoroughly purifying the j-i 
ttained— the possibility of wh 



Domestic Gardener's Club of ti 
Tbe writer opens with a litt 
to all practical farmers in tha 



able. Whatever of deleterious c 



These obal 



[inlillWiVk or 



mental efcri 
: good BJIU| 



AMERICAN' JUTE HIBISCT? lULfS- 






p' '.Lie H r'or.ni.ti; 



geth-r on bay, of wb 
oats. The oats fort 



e ke|it in as good c 



, ki,,-,.,'. t.- II, , ,„ .•,,■,,! p:.. ; 



i adopted hv Prof. Motappea 



; We lmH,.f.„f i.i n r ,-;r rr.iln' 

'■'•'....'. 1 i":..|7l..'.i. I v~li- Il'i.lv',,'. T.|"i. tbe American 

,,'o,.' !.':..'.', ,'j nil V tuV'l'li. ii'iai.i-fatlure'of p°|»''r, 
cordage, lei'.ile f.,!..-ic., clc , l,y Mr. W. J. 
doubt Ccnlelo. 

uoin I,..,, N.-.i .t..,n,-v, X.w Voil. ao.l . ti.r-T Extern 

',<■„, :, I., 7 f,et ,„ l,,-|£; : .r, anlnie fr ., 'o 

Y^ inch in d ameler. Its yield of fibie ie 
argc. An acre of marah land nrar rSurlii.g- 
:en, N. J , wasplo.ved and the eeedB of Ihia 



e are not ignorant of the p:ej ,l,er now ,i 1Hr ..^ ,., ,.,i .| np t ,.,| n - i:.p ,,|,.>i, : 
ting among iho people :n ge:,ti.:l t;,ro, !::'.,- fioin el. he observation that fi 
these valleya against beet-syrnp— it being of fibre can be deried from 



,e proof of this refer to factnie of 
tions produced among *! 1r f y f a ^ ' 
leet-juico was used by , l " u '"„ ft" 



ea( labor and and l,7w !.,,,.! „f II,.. pramea. There. en 

ers properly '»!';' '; -^»" " | V ';." -"«'» will not be , 

.rowing oO of ibe'babiuof'olhcr'plarts! even better. -"[Pi. 



Wbei 



UPRIGHT TREES, 
nokeri, lop-eided, leanir 



. There can be no ohje, 
i city, perceiving the 



My co, p.. 



It is =| \>ry e.isv in.i'ter to prevcu 
every newly planted tree be staki 

ink- ().,,:, ,:,.. |. v i, „V, 

.i'»i.''.'y sl .l", whiVw.ll't 



ure you half an I 
i, and add to the 



January 28, 1863.] 



The deseret news. 



FACTS AND 
immense number of 



!; n ■ iv V \ ■■'-■■ ' . : ■- ;Uj | ■ c.i I j nt-i:'-- : ■!■ ii: ■] 

$2,75 to $3 per .lay. 
—The Washington correspondent of 

[;..,;<> n '/'■.■!;■ I,v s.>ys th.it S-cr^huy S'.-.i 
has determined to prohibit the transmissioi 
newspaper despatches by telegraph. 

-Miss Lizzie St. Clair Dill, one of the n 
accomplished ladies in Indiana, will be a . 
di'ate before the next Legislature for Si 
Librarian. 

--It is estimated that by the ereat typh 
in China, in August lasr, M 000 lives h 
lost in Canton and 4,000 in Wampoa. 

■-"My son," said the elder Sprijreles 
S;.-if.-kM i-mwr, lliinkiii" to i-r.l. L -ht ni ih- 
on lb- pi-cpac-ition of th,? liet, -p,.,; i.-s-- ' 



©encval Notices. 



©cncral Notices. 



W. P. AHDERS0N, M.] 



WOOL CARDING. 



ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 






a 



DESERET MACHINE SHOP. 

ejrge?"' "Do th.>-.: j ' sai.1 Si-hl-l-!^ .im.iV, .ih \Y u - ''■'• " l;i ' -" l * "' ,v I'rTnrt-.l to make to 
III i I » 



Thua endei 



at F.nrf'ix I J™^ 1 ' 



: Nnv Bedford Stand* 






.oy crjnig t 



f Fretlericksbn-5 it said to 
>mn oe the biolh.i .it VV.i-Ui 






1WRR.1H! HURRJII! 
NO MORE BAD MATCHES. 

ROBERT GREER, 
REAL GOOD MJTCHES. 



GLOBE 

AID DISING ROOMS, 

Kexl door to Post Ojjict. 
R. GO l7lG 1ITII 



©eneral Notices. 

ESTABLISHMENT. 



LARSEN &. MAGLEBY, 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN "sTREET, 

P^'Crun IV ,,',.. .],, , |m,l'| ',, n , r „ n „ D , 



CLOTH MiP FACTORY 

GEORGE B0NELLI, 19th Ward. 



CHEAT INDUCEMENT! 

CASH BUYERS. 



• R r . 



BO.IRD 



Wl: 



ii\:;i: 



KIMBALL & LAWRENCE 



— Tin- a.ljnirnment of Con;' 
'ii ii I annals. 



eon't. Its your dead chicken 
at hatchin.' I'm not denyii, 
b foolish; God Almighty mad 






LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS! 



3 TJESPfiCn-TU V ti .'il:- li 



' O THE LADIES. 
MRS. C0LEBR00K 









ClK". 



©eneral Notices. 



music. 



INSTRUCTION ON THE VIOLIN, 



}>:;;[.:>,■ ,[ c . Km u' A LI. bsn'now on h 






I.. B. BGHCI1LEV & CO., 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS 

AMERICAIf AND FOREIGN HARD- 
WARE, CUTLERY, 
FARMERS', M E C II A N I C S>, 

MIXERS' TOOLS, to., 



BRUSH MAKING, a 



HYLER AND LiNG 



LOOK HERE!!! 
I . BARLOW. 



EXMEiS TO THE GOLD SIXES ! 



HE BANNOCK C'T. <:.e-.I:.Z t = v;U\i 



SiGN OP THE GOLDEN BOOTS, 

m ' 

C. P. WILLINGBEK, 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER, 
WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 



20th WARD WEAVING rACTOHY. 



THE DESEUET NEWS 



[Jakcary 28, 1863. 



theatrical CRITIQUE. 



Tlie beautiful piny of "ItieomfH" waa p.".-- '"^ "--'^ |' ( f '^'i,,'' ''J'. ,'u '.','.. Jl!,' (n.l'ln'u I,,, 
hai.ii-l.-r c( H... M.nl.in.iri fl.i.-r. Mini Mr». '_>' ^J'' "''^ 'j '.u'l.'t 't:''.!.' '<> "' ■'!' 'I' « I -■' 



Hnvvici: 



Died: 



i*llo uLtmlil !: 



jvouctiiGcmcnts. 



fin!'" ^"r", 1 ;" tus»vis\ m. \ m v. s '. 



Millions P«M,,,.i-, f ,|,l,.„.. .„.,-, ,.f »om, ^ D. GRAVES, 



FIRST MtlZE WATEKPltOOF -.j 



MTFMI 



FUSEES, 

NOT EXTTNQUISIIABLE BY \YIND; 

WRITING INK, 

EeJ, Yellow, Bke, Black ana Indelible; 

SHOE BLACKING; \ 

WOLVES, MICE, AND ALL KINDi 
OF VERMIN; 

lYlAXUFACTVItED ASD SOLD, 



NEW ARRIVAL 

rOODS! 

LUBnmftn. 



BY H. FINDLAY, 

BEE -HIVE "FACTORY, 

Mi IS STREET, G. S. L. CITY; 
SHOE PEGS, 

STATIONERY, 

COMBS, Coanc and Fine; 

MOUNTAIN ALUM & COPPERAS, 

Home-made Buttons, Stove Blacking, $c. 



Mr. Mi 






.,. 


.1 M.lo, 








"gSw 


Tliiv, bo.v 


tor' 






»ifc W.S 


not 


on 












1). T. McAl 






Xlmnch. 








•'That Blessed Baby' 
















..tin. T..« . 










SP 


















•U,,.n'. 


.It-.* I iiri.'io' 




l»c 




UMTB1 

IllilSlillll 



NEW MERCHANDISE, 

Jiul Recth-ii from CALIFORNIA: 



"rtcii'.J'i, u.DilLTo -. . vn.;, iv. 

srRAGUE, CONESTOCA AND 

rACIFIC 

PEINT8, 

Satizacts, Esimscys, 

Bcairas, Flannels, 

Checks, Micliory, 

Jeans, Tweeds, 



DEES 3 GOODS, NOTIONS, WINTER 
AND SPRING CLOTHING, 



5,000 
SBSIELS" 



COMBS! COMBS! 



1ATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY 
ASD CRYSTALWARE; 



, oncempt Tor '.De tiouie 

no.de? Did they emanate 
eral officials m Utali? 



BARLEY. 

J WM. JENNINGS. 



Z&ZiT LAE1 eil-T, 
10,000 lbs. 

9H138H TO1E, 

WM. JENNINGS. 



A very large Stoc:; of 

SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, TOBACCO, 

CIGARS, PEPPER, SOAP, 



^BXMi'aMJJjJsJiES 



Premium allowed on Cold. 

N. S. RANSOHOFF & CO., 
At the Store formerly occupied by Sta: 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



T?.T?TS AND LI3EP.5-; 



NO. 32. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 



VOL. XII. 






-Matthew n. 20-23. " ° * 
] Here we i;,.,l set r or th by theSavi 



ntnoti? 1 hit jack 
!. Why did it not 
not put it on. If, 



ugh !„■ b,l 
i l I 



s in the Church, bh Joseph sai< 
Ibren, bring your mono, with yo 



end and control tlicm. The 



generation? I 
God.' By some it 
of God. Then . 



by i, is grnc,., »o ehiniidV,;.,;,,,,;;.-,,:;,';:;: 

cording lo cl.c hope of eternal I fc.» An 
^ I It Ncodemns, aayi 

..gam, he cannot e-e II,',. king, I, f i;„!i 

In .mother flee, J, ,„ eler: ■■V..,,ly I »,, 
nolo you, 11,11 ye whirl, followed me in ll, 
legeneiation, when lie Son ot iM.u, eli.,11 bi 
lu the thr«ne of II, < glory, v- also tball ., 

.aught by Ch e ri 3 °and n b°8 apS^but'lbes 

'cn!. b Vb!o,"un,'t\v";'t:,l;' l Er3Tlsra , el 
ir.-uall.ihg will, Jcmis „, Ihe regenera, 



•=:? G „ulwUf:3j. , tn'. a , 



ingdom of God. Jty 



powers of the 
be arrayed ae 



■I hell hes.,,,1 hi.lhren, 1 v 
in? every cent he 



up the higdom of God on tho 



■ e New England Stal 
We called the peo, 



BE 

by night, and by 



;"f:!r p w ^,,n, 



aw. Most of I 
> Joseph and a. 



V' '^'.Vi'l,'! V.' '""-I'h "re"!"., over b'e 

I'g indulged III |,y Ihe Wo 



ihy'reaVnolhiile'liutwe";,, "X^'u 



"I !■■<• V of eg- i,|,||„. 



!'"■ -'hie. 11 would 








■") "'■•< « '' >' gii'y ml 










UhJIhe lector 


: 


rs Wi.lt h(,U to 


s purposes and 


!;','!','.i,e-"' i','" '"'~ ] '!"' 








,„k. ,",', '.•.."i' : '";'i"''i "■'■■v 1 ■"", 'iv 1 ,, """ :i " 






the following hii,gu,g„ : ■• ,'!„., 
"">»? SLcaaltb h„n, gn 



lb, left, in thy king- 



not strawed: thou ought 



THE DESERBT NEWS. 



[February 4, 1363. 



videnee This in uiy 



dwell, waetbereiiot "J 1 * -r 

Hea!en"y Fatue^r.^ JVe came^ with J^'"^ 1 } „ f ' i ' Vi ' ' n i'l) - r d ■ n eJ " m ofGod" ' 

plo who look our h. ....... |.mi i I. r ,i. a ' | ne| ' ^iio* ■'' A me 'n' ''' ^ prayer ' jc.trrcnci 

I',';!' !,'„',, ,;',',,',, I, ,,| ,,„ „i,i „,,:■,.„ uln.-h ";f V- j DOINGS OF CONGRESS. .„.. i 

ll,o„ S Ut woul.l I r '.,. 1 I'"'''' 1 '"" „„. ' , Slat. „ 



Senate, on Thursday, 



thai it ought not to pa! 



,,„ Both were postpol 
llc ' In the House.on t 



I State and Naiional authority, in every pa 
'of our land. II is not only the underlyll 
J a „dr*r.a*Ingcau,e.fthew»r:itisaI S ot: 



that the wrath oC mat 
Nolh'ing would have I 



r by the armies, f the Uu 



111- pages of history, and sent. Io 
iH willi the sling ol III- Alialliei 
|),,1 II,.. wrath of h.-.n.-n iv.ia liol 



he 5th ot Janu-by 
Messrs. Train, 'com 
ill and Leary a Ihe 



io proof of 
of property 






Tuesday, Jan. 6lli, Mr. 



BKis: 



bf\im r ihey G »ro'.''.',, , |','.':l. I.":',', !'l h,,'"h. lie'l's' IM?, which, afte, 



January, Mr. of 1 



1 ooltlyn, deprecating 



ut a yulJier, wb.i 



he world al «ar Willi us. Ii i< Include 'we "'light made a lengthy spec 
re not hl.elh.m. line. I.I so Io v,,.,k finally laid over. 

lan/gambUng ,ho°u8es°a,,,l as'' many house, I j,!"^' t " , baVi.h" » l'."! .■ ':'j ' 'i il .'l' ].!'.'.< '.li'in: l.'.r 






The House then went into comi 

-'scene 5 ^^"' ^ "" 
wos J Both Houses adjourned till Mo 



iir frieud^, at the. The oath of office was administered to Go 
Seymour and Lieut.-Gov. Jones by Secretai 
lay, Jan. 7tb, Mr. of Stale Ballard; after »h ch eic-Gov. Morgi 
payment to the addressed the new Governor, alluding in ll 
ts and charges for course of his remarks to the momentous k 



. pro- prospects of pel 



)ility and palriotism of 1 
a cf ex-Gov. Morgan's * 



«.K>IeyCilb»t|omce™ai,,lj,,iv.,u.swh,,have J -cried I. on, , N ,, r0 .,„„„ a „.l t I w.shes and congratulat- 

"he 'tot" com- 1 In lbs House, on the 7th, Mr. Pendleton In.' stltau'"^^'^'!^^^^^^!^ 

'■;";, k cb"tLe':u: | ^ -,1 «»f >, y™l*\ LT°,L"Zct .J a h :x£'£™,°? t ''sZ'TX wi^,, '"; 

.'time B ° " "m'M nt'lnn lo.lered a resolution tendering ^u.W'll ^'''io "p'.'' .', ,oa ibe'du U.'of th. 



penly and honestly say tbn 



rhe State ot New 1 
> Message argued 



February 4, 1863.] 



THE DESERET REITS, 



Do Saussuro and others, 






'• The great l,u tl , 

1 ■: '"' cted llirougn 

]•, and .'.in easily I... ospc- 



dioary insurrection, arc not ap- i;!^ u ^ !.":. 1 . 'b'v VI , -.". ,,u,V',,..l'V,','.l ;,'n'':,',' Vl,,,! '^J ,„'!","■ "a""'"' !"'' ";•'"««'"" »' "Bora 

wide-spread armed re ,-tahec „r of ., ,,,.|.„„. ,,,„,., , ,1 ,,.. ,,V. ." "' ." "■"". ' "''" °" »«o.„,t of 



ry tile opportunity to gratify 



i the Union be restore, 
"any bloody, any ba 
nary, or any uncoi 
king merely to tbe gr; 



"""'I'"' "< 'I'' nil .•.Hen 

niii.v^iS^sr.K'; 



>ple;» and, "tbe restoration of peace tbe g p . iTno. hi . I,; I ,„,,,,, „, '■■"""• ' ',' " !' c °">- 

: ^" ii ; i .- "■■■■■■ I",, i-;., ■ N. I!, ;■,;;.■;:;';,';";";■ ;",■"■■ ■■■ ■■■■■ ■ ■:■■> ■■ -,;■ , " ™"' ,y ™ ba <" l <«' 

Cbe President's emancipation proclamation ■ I a." toE", 

; of our country and who above aTolLr." """ tbr0 "S h " le a S enc J' »' Gen. Wool, com- ' '•" "[ wcighl «,;| ., inom.^to' about 'sixty 

,,..,l.,l,„,l, ,,■ ;,;,.:, ,|,..", ,."..', '"'■'■ - -I-"!'" ■.„•■,' "nheCaal.wilhhcd- B r ""'?- ,. , . , v 

nt. Tbe President bavi, le time i" e "»"'" 8 at »•» **" city, was designed .. a I „„}[,» g^tf^ f „"c"„, ^ „' "e'er 

ned an Act of Congress confiscating all tbe P revent "' c nfa,1 " E a S ai ™' th. probable the a, icidcntal fl/matlon of > partial vacuum 

res of those in rebellion, this proclamation effccte ° J Govern °r Seymour's message upon " lli: " . '-*l"'i imonls showing the expnnsi- 

Bi*°™7i2L\Z^nttiZlZZ2 ^: r "! r :;::'" s ; l j . t . , :"'„':^ c ' t " i ", i > r ''i:^'' r'"V'i;;';';,rr;i , ;:' 0, A;;:-;,.Vn';i,"s'de„ce,!' ! by 



CHARTER 
Bonno* Cilj Eipres. Ca. to 
anil miner. „/ banwk fifj, 



^::vt:i:;T:;;E ; ;!,;n9CtfS 

under ilo ■ |.r,',i,.,,l ,,,,i e,,,,,hg dangers and' 



corprready'for d,;' v " ,, -!., 1 ; ";,„",:;:' ",!;„'"i," „;;!"', r ecuL r , ' i ,o \," r) 

etlyeerved by the De- tbe caloric t, expand, .-ippears to .nlirel] 
ial proclivities, Hi,., ','11!: 2 jjlv ■"■■ ■"■*"■ '■ ' "V- '." ','! '"o,,;' ','m/.' '.".t", 



m-ni niii.i I,,- a' on. e perceived and possibly "ice or a great exigency chief, , 111 Id 

may ere long disclose itself in furious out- , most profound secrecy in the maneuver, 

gusbinge of opposition and resentment at the port says not. 

North, against the malignant perpctratora or | » i" reported tb.it the high orjers, be- 1 j™ 8 JMIoito "^ch liouiclj ana m) 

and desecrated rlgbts-wboever or whatever 2J division of the i\ ,v y,„k Muni,'. '■, 1,','. p.V-',,' m '.Tr or no"' ' Vp to'the'bolling- 
they m,y be, such as will make the cars of , °'her divisions, however, flatly refused 011 the water, that is .'.,.- Ii.,„.,».,r or ifo 
the mass-condemned agents fhereof to tinglei ground thai ^.we.nor &■, „ „■„, icg.viy i'j'.'Vi ' ! T. .'■ ", .V c 1 .' ',-1 V/.V r '^.'i* , .. 7.' M ,!,','/ "|'. L . 3 . - - JrV,' 

ces of Uie i.'"i.ii no. l-'VV.i." 1 i",'!,'r,",.,','„'g"i'i 

force with which metal, aie apt to 
:, it is fur- engineer, are absolutely required t. 



ed a deign 



ng.pm 



ui.g iroi,-!,ii.lg,.s, laying gas-pipci 



• 'It J:: 

I) all cl,d by I. 



CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS. 



' the Upper and Lower for a sound 
oily apparent; also the P 1 ')'*'"- T "" 



produce. The remedy 
, he thinks, will not be 
oftbecostof transport- 






etters and papers fifty . 
package less than on. 






nd responsible for 



* Lower Mississippi. The, 



snhere ""ToVineS"^""' "'"'"" ''"° "" 



The ,,udent?a, he advances etep by atep, h'on'The'' aulbori'ty e of b aTc'j 



THE DESERET NEWS 



TUB l» r* o e. iv «. x « ? n *j » 

— ;\v\\.v„',)'v avX' ~"'"i rnoM t " e AliMY 0F THE potomac - I 'i""", ',° i , 1 "^;,t' V' W hL\l»'no"'.''c»puj" SSVLtoar"^ 



'""•"■"'•ennh'.-J i.-<i-iiii" "ill 1. ■ made! expected Hint fi 


teen tbouraid more n 


,ir batred or tlic "Yankees" lias „ol d„ni„- "rive From Fra, 


ce soon. Tlio Frencb t 










t'ONl -LICT WITH THE ALABAMA, 'get 7.0 supplies i 


i Hie country, and were 


Intelligence recenl^TeceiveJ at Ne-; York ' ^f^^™^ 


edbytbe Mexican guer 




WOOSI WOOD!— B 

W«9d, It It BOW wanted at tbli Offi 



FBDRUAnr 4, 1863.] 



THE DESEEET NEWS, 



Tilt; FIGHT WITH THE INDIANS. 

C,i: Connor and the Volunteers who wen 
,„,lh last wek to look after lie lnd'aiia on ftom lboge 
Bear R.vcr have, in a very sbort space of llial tne V o 



,!,!, 



u var ■«-,„,„„„„ (or tbe officia i rcpor 

of which all deilces of close'woilE The* 
so deserving. ' ihe wounded an shot througl 
rewards th.il „| y u>c cases of wounds i. 



.ill in 



glad i 



tary Governor of North Ca 
dered hie resignation, a. he 
1j.uk ]. itiou I'roclaniltion, 



em up t 



lent of ibc sett'emeuts through which the wounded ,aed the employment of negroes for gai 
(returned, contributed in every way they could jdu'y by Gen. Foster. It is further I 

of the infantry under Capl. Hojt, on Thurs- mejiately cared for by Surgeon Heed, who sens are strongly averse to tbe «ru 

with Col. Connor and staff, on the Sunday from tbe first hour of the battle till they jgarded as a acrious obstacle in the progr 

evening following. Tbe cavalry's first night's 'reached Camp Douglas between Monday I the war. 

march was continued up to Brigham's city, ' night and Tuesday morning. Dr. William- In the add ess of Alderman Wa'sh, 

left at night for Cache Valley, arriving at by Dr.^Steel of Nevada Territory, present .organization of the New York City C 
Mendon early on Tuesday, where they came ' here, went North on Sunday morning as far , for 1803, he states the note-worthy fac 
up with the infantry. The cavalry reBted | as Ogden, and met there Ihe wounded, and "for the first time in many yoarB, the p. 
there that day and ihe infantry moved for 'have since been in constant attendance upon ' branch of Ihe legislature, as well a 
Franklin— and northward for Bear River. [ them with Dr. Reed. (Chief Magistrate of thrs State, is in 

The cavalry left on Wednesday morning at 4 j Col. Connor was expected at Camp Donj 



message, which was let 
by the advices from Ric 



ty on the night of Jan. 5th, 



1st night, but we had I 
irned of his arrival up to going to press. 

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS. 



i by act of Congress. Tlir 



The election of Speaker in the Houeof 
JRepresen'ativ.s of tbe Legislature of New 
I York is represented to have been attended 



He hill! It.iJ 



,. j were bo many o|,| '< • 

7,V' lr ", that neither the Republic 



uimentality of I 
egislature, qua 

nd privileges of 



ei ered charter rights, privileges i 
The message of Mayor O.dyki 



slats, is 80,000—1 
He congratulates t 



i United Statei Sen: 



:ss: 



80 much difficulty, jduriiig be past ye 
Republicans will jSJOO.CO.l; to teliev. 
joint ballot. 000. Tbe sggre; 



leforc. The city, ! alt 
,aid, for bounties, 1 ,'^ 
> families, $1,200,- B« 



03i,8jl. He presents a billotindebt 
the General Government to the c 
W,0;i0, for cr, lipment and transporta 



of Gnu. McCl.l 






^;.ra^ 



SergiB A. J. Austin, E. C. Ho; 
W. T. B. Walker end J. lM.sh-y. 



iBly wounded and 



,ar, and of the Repub- Cougr.s, 
the Rappet 
p. has been perpetrating 'mates oftli 
ley. It does not vouch euue deel 
itement, but says that others re, r 
been made that .Mr. dispii.tej. 



Coley Sreet, R^ediig, lkrkshire, Eng'BU.!, 



TIIE DE SERET NEWS. 



[February 4, 18G3. 



/•\.';.^>:;: ; : ,\'' .""-; •. r.:.:; , 1 :::.^'; , .;::,j:,:: , ;:::: 1 .- "' l,, ^::^;^t:: , ;:;..^.;:; 1 ;(!:;:r; 1 y';:;, , ; r .. c ;;. , ;!.:i "i^i':::;:;^,-,,!!!,,.,^, 



itr'i'cio, s,,:,'.| , ,"l, , 1 ,!.',-.'.n"]'l. 1 l,''» 
i KK.it regularity, legarilesa of 



;Me»sre.Perr.»,I>e 
conslating of an i 

liiglily'iuagiiiiyu 



A STKAM.i; I'AMII.V 'I A I F 

'° in '""° extiaoSnar' 11 «oJ"- r """''* ' be '"' 

'",'l'i«- ■ "•'>''"'" '"■•"'! 'ibai James, Ibe first ) 



«" Ill !'■'■ i-nlamed ■••• '•"■ — "• , , 

''["it. Al.nn l.ir,,,.i-,l , ii, .-mi Jly w.i\ or |. ,s!;,ni, '., I ii,,„',l p-il ii.iy In 

> r "^vvT,i,*,l,iTrL,.w ';,,;';' ".'■;yr;vi'' , i'' i'^.'V';':' /;v, ,,1 '.''n''' , C' , '''i.i-' !! .' t .-'i'- ''T.iL'i'.'.'r' ' 

;;!''';;:::, ,''.v ''',;" ■" , i'' , 'v ,''p- : ','' !:^'.'7!" w^"."'"^". hu.'ef..'"''"'""'!' 

"l,',',"'l ".V,',' V.'.l'l' 'l'.'. .-"ii 'ii".,",d '■■' • ■"■*.) ■ -I"" -■ I'M." I TUMI ShoHtf! 

-,l ,L, III,- „, >' be,.,,! ,l,i ,!..,.„.I„ S „ „s,,!n,.,,ilv . 



1,,,'y. lie ,|r, 
'l. is'i'l'r 



ONE WAY OF MARRYING. 
. New Hainnsuire~ey used lo alio 



f. r ?r;:.t";'" .'■!..!'; .;■" 



it Is III affording a 



Pa,vo City, Utah 

En. D.seiiet tfevM: -. ' " ' 
I Knowing tbe interrat generally 
I raising events and tlio state of thin 



o.i.iB.ible. Tl„-v mil j.-nernlly n,.t grow | In tbe.e days of telegrams an I report 

■ o lutli, wl„l, Hi- low ,;,,, ,..,,, ,„■,,,,.,, I, M i.uiOor, ,.,„„„„. , .,.,.,„ 

1 1"- '"I"'; ■'•.. ' Hie ml",. ■■ I ,.i:i ..I Hi- ...,„ « I" i,:„ I i .« ,it ,1 ► „,",„■ ...,■ 

Mr.CIHMfAI. AND AGRICULTURAL ■'„"'"{ ' ,''' '',',' '"! '""'"" , "" :t ' 1 ' 1 '" "■ (' 

111 MS; I'KmI'M; I II I'll, i \ I. ill.. \ r in '" ' " " ''■." ' ,'" "" '■»'"'•■'"• »li - 

TIME; TUX AND 1-TtOUC. 'lie inmenae loIiVf iW in .oSS'TTcvlla^n 

Srnivo Lak7 Villa, DnsnnET, ) i ^'"'Z'i , .!."'"',,' ', l e m "a° " P o?at°Ua.°lb5! 



Mr. Cbaae, do pray wal 















COOD NATURE. 




If tbere be one tbing fcr tvbicti 

llr tiii, 


,;;;,:"; 



■"''' :: '^V : ^-- " :;l ''-"^^^"^'■^■-" , -' 1 ''. l -' ^■v.r ;"':V ; ;:i;Va 1 ' i::-:";:;,.^,"^"^^ 



>ll.ii.--ly, "Turn's nil, exee,, ,ng 



a i&ViS^^JSS'JZr^- * '"-"! ' . .^ ,\ V , ' In^b^ol^I 

tbi r-wliHii ,,.,.i,,i, ,..,,..:.,' > .*' :'.-\<-A-\ ^i. .nay hv Mr W,„ K..,,i „,..i .. . '. ' '. . . ' "'"' l "' 1 >' '"' ,;all, ' ,! "' 



SfS'SlS, 






'eN^tney",'.'),; 
i"g°rai'l'd r . 1) If''tl l 



-l.n.g,.l.ii,:.iii-, o'i loite Ing idly about, te 

egee„.„bri.,gi„ll,..,„e,ss.„y 5 „ | , ,,,■„,- 

^^I'l-.il'..^ a .j.i, T l., hi' i, ,„,„:,.. H , t 

1 I I „ il n 



Fedihuhy 4, 18G3.] 


THE DESERET NEWS. 


255 


SEVENTIES' HALI. LECTL'RES. 
Tuesday, 20tb. 


©cneial Notices. (Scncral Notices. 


©cncral Notices. 


Mr- Bartlett Tripp delivered an interesting 
lecture on elocution., H- look np the Bubjec 
under three bends— roading.writing and speak 
ing. He remarked in reference to reading, on 
the lamentable inattention paid in moat pub 
He achoola (Utah not excepted) to perfectioi 


W. P. ANDERSON, M.D., 


WOOL CARDING. 


NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 
LARSEN &, MAGLEBY, 

WEST SIDE OP MAIN " STREET, 


all tbeae branches evinced considerable ac 


„., „„„„„„, f ;,^ l ™Z; aM „ ,„„ „„ 


ll'llTXTZrl'Zl'llrJhZZliTlZ^ 




;pH§3iEM='I 


lost: LOST! 


».". h :r,. ,, ;;: 1 ,'.z b, , r .v,r,,';!;,?e" p • M M "kj™ 


The meesage of the Governor of the Sla 1 1? i^'-v, ' ■ .1 ,-■ ..i'V- '...,,!'....' i./'n" '.,',,,; 


CLOTH MANUFACTORY 


Harrison, and followed by remarks from Hon 


j kg,™, ii-ei.t .n.«„ onto. ~ AK[Ttj a B ^ rA - 


HURRAH! HURRAH! 
NO HIORE BAD MATCHES. 

ROBERT QEEEE, 


GEORGE BONELLI, 19th Ward 


our presei.t organization as a State. 

harpy remarks on the superiority of elo 
cution inspired by the Holy Ghost to tha 

merely did. ited mi ill? fixed term of science 


_ mt j2iZ„,_,u. f 


!^|:rHSJHK 


re pr.VidmUo'"e'|,l.''voi ! i''- t'h"n",T 'iive.ed a, 


:ME£L C.OOD MATCHES. 


GREAT INDUCEMENTS 

CASH BUYERS. 

^KIMBALL &~ LAWRENCE 

MERCHANDIZE, 


DESEHET MACHINE SHOP. 


©enctal Notice©. 


l^x^^^v'^B^B^ 


LOW PRICES. 


M43S1C. 


CATENXJ* A; XAXJLOih 

BUILDER AND CONTRACTORS, 


INSTRUCTION ON TEE VIOLIN, 


GLOBE 

BAKERY AND DlMlJ BOOHS, 

JVexf door to Post OJJict. 
R. OOL161ITLT 

FIRST CLASS BOARD 


fiilllS^..:- ■■'.:"'■. 


ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 






FIRST l'BlZE 1VA1EBTBOOI 


f^::^p^.?«\^°^ 


M^iJMSfS^ 




ip?§IS|sr: 


JL. B. BENCULEY * CO., 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS 

AMERICAN AND POREIGN HARD- 
WARE, CUTLERY, 
FARMERS', MECHANICS', 


MOST SUITABLE FOR THE DAMPS OF 
WINTER AND SPRING,- 


@ IAKC -^- IICE ' @ 

'lli-ir ' ThBODORH W. LKTSOW. 

TO THE LADIES. 
MRS. C0LEBR00K 


ae3IIsSSs- 


FUSEES, 

NOT EXTINQUISHABLE BY WIND; 

WRITING ifK, 

Red, Yellow, Blue, Elack ana Indelible; 


LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS ! 

JOHN C. TATTON, 
nAT MANUFACTURER 


MINERS' TOOLS, 4c, 

200 and 208 Battery Street, bdwan California 

and Sacramento, 


*J~^°""°' "°""™« ~' 


MUSIC 
AND MUSICAL. INSTRUMENTS. 


SHOE BLACKING; 


iiiilP:::f 


If- m,",!,".™°:"i^,'i:::,^,,',«%u H *i l u . r "r„.' t ,'„' n ' 


LOST, STRAYED Oil STOLEN, 

5^ilO',l 11... Mi U„ 1. ,. M. i< ..,,.1 Hull IF. ivl 1 


"'";»!;, m.ta .inmrrmenl. In lbs B.,1 ,„ thepj 




BRUSH MAKING. 

HYLER AND LANG 


!.".!..j;';,','i"r-,'iu, .".;"'. .",'"' ;V .',", ; ', ''■-'■;■;' "\ \t 


WOLVES, MICE, AND ALL KINDS 

OF VERMIN; 
MANUFACTURED AND SOLD, 


Tjj^SlSSHsssSas 


i;;;.' :i :?\--y^./;^; : ';..i:; r ; ">^Y 


BY H. FINDLAY, 


reps fp|5Hf SsH? B 


wH'fL:|v;; , i:!H'" ,d '^^r»TrioVr' 


BEE-HSVE FACTORY, 

MAIN STREET, O. S. L. CITY; 
SHOE TECS, 

STATIONERY, 

COMBS, Coarti and Jinr; 


LOOK HEBE!!! 
II. BAKIiOff. 


SIGN OP THS GOLDEN BOOTS. 
C. P. WILLINGBEK, 


Hlggpig 


EXPRESS TO THE GOLD MIXES ! 

TEE BANNOCK CITY EXPRESS COMPANY 


WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 


COMBS! COMES! 




MOUNTAIN ALUM & COPPERAS, 

Home-made Buttons, Stove Blading, !je. 


JOth WAKU WEAVJM. I*ACTCHY. 

THOMAS I.YO!f, 



THE DESERET NEWS 



[FEBRUARY 4, 1868. 



caiiiiDjigx 






FIRST COME 
FIRST SERVED! 

TO arrive In a few daja, direct from CALI- 
FORNIA, an 

EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT 



5*^5 | 



! THE AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST. 
THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. 



iHarvufc : 



JDicCr: 






Nnu ^bocrtiscmcnts. 

RDOTfl©!! 

TO ALL COHCEKJIEI 



P B A C T I C A_L_ J E TV E JLEB. 

WILLIAM JONES 









LLOYD'S NEW MAI' Or IOCS 






TELL IT TO YOUR NEIGHBORS, 

THAT I CAN AND WILL SEL. 

THE CHEAPEST 

i 




mwm 



GOODS! 



Domestic, Cnssimcrcs, 

Hickory, Satinet, 

Denims, Coitonades, 

Check, Jeans, 

Prints, Ticking, 

Dclaiatcs, C'riiiolmc, 



C'oOcc, 



Nails, 
TVEiitc Lead, 



, Dye Stasia's, 

Scythes * Snaths, Knives &Forks, 
Pocket Knives, 
Sheep Shears, 
, Spring Balances, 
Hoes, BnUi & Screws, 

Forks, Loriis & Latches, 

Axes, Miners' Tools, 

Brass Kettles, Ha ml Saws, 
Camp do., Tcanon do., 

Tea do., TVood do., 

Bake Skillets, Planes, 
Fry Pans, Trowels, 

Cups & Saucers, Looking Glasses. 
Plates, Tumblers, 

Dishes, Ooblcts, 

Bowls, Castors, 

Hats, Bonnets, 

Coats, Shakers, 

Pants, Bootees, 

Silk H'dTs, Misses do., 

Blankets, chs. copper toes. 

Leather, Boots and Shoes, home made 
and imported, 



Pork, Hides Oats & Barley 
MM. JENNINGS, 



KEff ARRIVAL 



GOODS! 



IIMHRFHO. 



WOULD moat respectfully invite the at- 
* * tention of the citizena of Salt Lalte 
City and Territory to their large and Hell- 



STOCK 



NEW MERCHANDISE, 

Jwt Rtcdvtd from CALIFORNIA; 



MERRIMACK, HAMILTON, AMERICAN, 

SPRAGUE, CONESTOGA AND 

PACIFIC 

PRINTS, 

BROWS SIlfiGTlNe, 

Satinets, Eiuscys, 

Denims, Flannels, 

Checks, Hickory, 

Jeans, Tweeds, 



DRES3 GOODS, NOTIONS, WINTER 
AND SPRING CLOTHINO, 



&&$$S fe«* §&®&§, 



HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY 
AND CRYSTALWARE; 



1AR, COFFEE, TEA, TOBACCO, 



CIGARS, PEPPER, SOAP, 



HSBSSAk ®S©®B&!1B§ 



N. S, RANSOIIOFF I 
: the Store formerly occupied I 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



T?.UT3 AND LI3BF. T ■ 



NO. 33. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1863. 



VOL. XII. 



marks, for I truly 1. .. II. ok ,.r tl.c ,„,.■,- 

a key as I can to as not to break down. I 



LrrfoVth'e'xperienM'i'hivehad' 
Bncii I have™".!, but suffice"]' to'say 
sparer! by our II..-. v only l-'a'her. 



i ( ' ' i 



iiii.dl. The Savior taught a gre 



!. I (..',..! .,.■ 



!he kingdom, it is the kinrr- 



.1, ,,|».i, i!,a. subject. As shorl Pc, -' , ,„ rg „. ,' , ,'r [' .,,;„, s', aml%vhe*re° tll'eysee a 

I I" 1 ""'-!, up, t v,hi..h will !,,., ,„'.. ,'■''„"" il ii'y a.'rT'of' ,v1t,al""i ,va°nt 

;"„""' ; v ■■■<■■■•«■•■<« l-'b ,!„,,,, ,.,.,,„ .„,„,:,,„ work ami build 

"'"""> education ,li„l good, lhat we ]■ I I, T, II l|, e hb c l.'i.ln ,1 he |„ 

, to ,,„| „<„,,-« ,C|.,u „,,;,„, I, c|,„ : | |,|;„| ,„„,., ,„. „ r| „.„ ,,., ,„ |, ia | ,.,,,,./„ „,| 



n! -II, , 

' \nd I lic.irJ,, 



("the %M?°"tGo7np™tl,, 



Nnw, will,,. ganl I , p.-.„r, , ,,., ,,. ., ,,.,,' When .1 ,'„ „„„.e ai, y ,,i g . g y '/ >' >1™<" "<' '"'d up,,,, Ihe earth. And 

UI-- iMisi'.iin ru.T lu hrtn^- lioirie ihe pour, ittlfif. 1 .>r m- 1 i ,,,■ ■> I w ,>rl.l ■■ ,, i ,, i 1,1 i.-l ' !"■ < .1 1 : !i :, .unl I Im r Ml :i i;. ><:■;, ni<< .nit trrei- 

Tbe Lord Bay9 , "JJIo, ,,| h i,, t i:,t ,,„.,,..,- : ,,„.| 1 - li i ,,|., V [ Uiil|l ', ,;„. .. ^''.'l u '"'" K"«"M"'» H,o i, ,.- hi, I, ha,l the mark 

etil the poor: the L.M ml] ,!, ; i( , u w i„ -i„, . , M , i.l,. a,,,,-:, I ,-,,,-t I mu8t R0 ai „| Cll ,\ ny '" 1 1- '--', -Mi.' u, ,„ wbi.-h wor,bipped 

ot trouble. The Lni,l ... ,11 j-r. st-rvc linn ,ui-l - h :i>, "i I ii.u.-t uu ami irn^Ml ■• it , .,i„l i h,., ",- ,' lls ' M1 '-"- An-Uli.- ^rcmi.! .h,--i>1 poureil out 



7^'cJY' 



i that kingdom at any less c 

I I, ace led lie Scripture 

aring. The man purchased 






he"had to'pmchase'il^but the treasure eon 



^"mSisS!^Iv3°vi^hF! 



i.r.g.h.'n:, ,.[ i;„d, signed, sealed and delivered; 

I'olergonc, a,,.| Hi „■ is , y aid gladoess lino, 
■I i -II I II I i Hi, 

I I 1 fa thf liies'i 

::,' I :;'',:" L ", ;;:,,;,;:""•;,- k 'is: 



iiri God almighty 



by.,,.: , , bioodef., dead ,„„„, ,„„l every living ,„„, 
rid all >"«■'' ou V\,\Vvia'"'onfL n c\ l iverI,''', r i!.| : 'rl >: n'l i """",' 
I d'to his bbekeniithing "*' ' And I heard 

een t'lfe^ustom'' chart'. ! " e, °" L ° ""■ ^^""^ami'wa's't.anrl'.haft'n. ] 

■ et lb.) ju.iicr da |,| tc.aicic has! judged thus. I 'or I hey ha , e 



ii.d build lor hi-, launl'y a eomfortaljIeVweiL 

j 1 ,; '","; .".V"" 1 , 1 '' ""' '" '""' ,|i; " * "' 

.villi hip iiiisht ,1 lhat which ,s bis profession, 
Jilt have a little tune to breath and rest. A, 



min.l yourself, just go ahead.) 
e the, re tin- Has. llace we col II o 



iEasilU, 



is. ^ He loll, ,1 ■■■ib.h, ngna-iornl ,.f ti.coi, 
air greft Sit wa'hayeanot. subdued tE/ntf 
ed homes. We sometimes talk about uiAscr 



Bill not the enemies of the Lord attempt to 

feed Ihe mart,,', Joseph and Hyruio Smith 
with the llesh of their brethren',' ' Look it iln- 

teal.monyof llyi „,n SioiHi. Mow , h „,. 

set the example of war, „r cruelty, ami it will 



""' l ) I'inished for I r „„ ,„,.',. '1|„„,. 

things will come to para. I need not predict 
anylhing about these calamines, greater men 
than I am have predicted in rcleiebce lolbose 
things, ll.erelore I only need !„ bear my tesli- 






[E^fiS^ ■■ 



ow frock, but f/jjjf 
, a o'. i , t .n.', l '°.'. |No*w 



g.a.ii, end .specially the |Jf , 



in .hen, ght. but u.lh. da, 
„ see,, by a:,) body. While- 
s.lhc Sp.ril said unto .ne 
thai light eloo.li, in d,,rk- 

II. e Willi, or shape of a re- 

li .1 gold ue a re called upon to boy thai 
. •■ aingilom of Lod. Never ask 

l-ellcll V.;,.',l.ll,e seller of Ib.ll held docs 

i Ihe price of it; this ia nolloog to )■„,. 



of Goi 



"rr.. ■'''iiv^'i',;Mi'"n.ui^,°Vdoi°ot'wi.S't. 

"-".pymoreibaiiiay shale of the iinie, therefore 

onal.l^y.r"" 01 ' 1 :- l '■' '.'"•■I'l '"I"'! v.i|b bed 

"Thus saitb thy Lor'd tll'o Lord, "ami " c ", "' ," c!i '''," ','"',,'''' J 1 " 1 TiJu "',' " 8 "•>"" 
o,' pleadeth ihe causeofliis, Be- .".""' »'«"«.! "tall feel ever ready to render 



; Lord pays by the mo 



M. womm^righh conmntion.*S^ 

after Idling up' lie loll or the Missouri r r.,.' 



Jgaot.tbe cup of my | 
of them^ha"'' a l |'i'|'i t et. ; 



I'RUIT CULTCKE. 



'l/ae.' a'l'i'l'icte!' 'Ihee° ' Wha" wa^ 'li.at in f' 3J in » l • b )" BIr - Jot "' daques: 
"'.u "...'',".!, '""-'"'ere-entas.-.e,.,,,, Tliis , veiling ] so not purpose t 






i' : " , 'ei i..' 1 ', ',', i".'i .;ih i'i ,s'm, Iij ' i., 1 '' 1 :':; . .v/v'i.^r.r.Si'liofK'™?^',." !;:- !.-o "",-ro- ^"'"v; 5 .v:,,,.^;,, v r 

'io'oo.',. I I r I 1 f el lhat done it, ard io feel it If th y 1 ■ .:.,,,..,, f the enter. 



ITBB DESERET NEW8. 



[Fbbrbakt 11, 1883. 



A residues of several year. In this Terrh 
terry till furnished opiioi tunit ren for observa- 
t< a which .enable me lo con, hide that there 

>™ llw< «" P^rly '«r «o great ■ length ol 
lime together, ». the, have done in these val- 



II, J by Hie .enr.-liy in ninny 



mi cxcllei.limalloia in,,,, r.lilnly, ami whirl, 
on bo varied from day lo day. Ji.it Ibo 

(act, they are seldom sufficiently plent'irill 
Willi tbe mass of Ihc people lo bo spent by 
lliern for food, except .mil food a« may be 






Ibo work messing lint y 

"'in' ■a'H.V'.nS 

i: ■■ il'i l'!,. ;' , 

II i'iiIi. nlaih ,!,'., ir.-. I, n I 

Hi. V .il, planted. Do not t 

Ir » I ,1 at any time. J 

yarn, lb.- inula a Id l„- t 

nouns divided, and replan 

I consider this Ibe most ,,; 

;:, l ;:::;I, l ,;::. l ;:;;:;::.:;t':':;:: , ; 



":>""X 



*S3SSHS 



nil. mi, ii ,.','., t.." 1 -,W.."iJ.i.-- '.'.'r 'i, i',i,',',i;.','.'i 



The noli 

veins lll.l-l 


n lies pre, 


i:,i,i i 


"fore'ib" 


,;n,|,n| l„r 


In "pi'.'.d'n'i 


InnV 


ita'm 


1 '■ : 








■..., 














„''•,"!,, .''i'ii, ' 


".""'ll're 


"v."""" 


tbe 


m can be 


1 spoke , 














dually. 


In 




























nHr 




!" ' 




rly. ,,r 


.', r;l 


ve, excel 



the kind to be bad. This ""eedlent esVucni 
may enrich tbe humblest tables in the Terri 

°Tne orthodox method of setting out ..part, 
g„s la in beds about tour feet wide, Willi Hi. 
p anil ., toot apart each «aj. Though it i 
u,mc»llt»e»fr'y tnik over II,,- s„i| „i 1, ih 
crowns of plantB only a font distant fromeacl 



-vzl;, 



n t nub..,,, region. 

a,.,.dli,'!l:'a.'l.',',l pnrm.'i'r.'ea'.Vbuds "of "some 

of Inn- kinds which have been mported 

"do Terril,„v,«uch as Ibe Kirlv Harvest, 

Ked June, K.ilv Joe. K.-swirli Codling, I'or- 
ler, Spiljenburgh, Rhode Island Ur . riiiit; 

'lt would not pay every bo .y to r ,is'e ',,.■» 



higher than the apple, and bnl,.d p.-.i . 



accomplished since Ibe letiirn ( s.-nl 

Several years will elapae before the Bel 
Lucrative, Ihe I'iemiali I>,1> id > . Inn liailbo 
Ibe Secliel, and many others nf these hi 



Lj'tle ha. been done in pronasra 
herry in this Territory, but several I 



Jefferson, McLaughlin, Imperial Gage, Pill 



Man, persons would I 






nd |.l ..'ml fruit, it il to be 



s.i|,. r I..1 iv- I, no can only by an) pn:,;„bi i 
apply lo the hrst.claes kinds, such as Ear 
York, George tbe Fourth, Grosse Mignon 






selja 



" y,0r LeSoel .'" 1 ,' 1 ;,"' 1,1 '" ■"-"-"''''->' 

o.'two ' »' >■>•' " bap|,il,'e,". p P ed' the vi.its a o?t ""' 
"'""imll'Mean'be'd !,„ ''' ' '' 

1 ' ' ' ' I 






fisctl «n inch, M tuc, long/iied, Jud kep't 



Ths blackberry produces tbe s 

! What shall I say of this 
m tcblesafruill The first thai 
the long and dreary winter, an 
p.is.c.l by any in itB refreshing 
ties, its yearly ap| 

8{'d , c.rSHi^icro''3 1 °rE e |il 



is useful as pleasant. Everyboi 
' r o| 1 tr ecs a thef'iu™ oe"ns°fo a"" 



The large English kinds can with difnculby 

•' ' ' tli. S. .1-1,. Ihe mildew exercising 

i unfavorable etlect upon the trees. But 
ey do not appear to be affected in 'Ilia ler 
to'ry. On the contrary, when well rooted, 

year or two from planting, they begin to 

.iiinlanr'..""-"' ". 

There seems no reason why tbe Crown Bob, 
Roaring Lion, Green Gage, Jolly Angler, 
Conquering Hero, Early Sulphur V, i,it„..,,„.i,, 

and manyolhera of the large and excellent 
i:„sjish kinds, red, green, yellow, and white, 

us- 1 I" ' '..I nil . mown lie c 'Ibe 

. ...urn. Id, I'm ll„- , ,1 or for rook- 
ad the trees are healthy, thrifty, ami 



ling started vigorously, rip ned fifteen ber. 
ee the past summer, a- d made a good growlt 
t the same time. This I mention, "not at 



What are popularly known 



r, Red Antwerp, FaBtolf, 

repu'ation'in Ihe States, ai 
I have proved fine here. 



cold. The Blank Cap is hardy, 

pVnTng. A """" '"' 

I am a little prejudiced again. 



■^,his ; 



are several large improved I 
rrvwhi.l, aielh.mehi «. I, , 
Since when a stiiplng I ran 



.no.; brums el 



".,:„:,;•: 



nually produce soms- 



ii , ,n i i„g the bedsas 



oi.tinuously for eight 
nore of the best k 
iTnury, IhV'j/x-'cel'e 



1 know of no. more agr 
irawb'erriae. Geddca Seal 



Tbe inspiring fruit of ihe grape vine from 
emote ages has been at once the symbol of 

bn, , nil' ibal qualities not poisesacd by the. 
'alifornia or Los Angelos crape were not 
lo.tb the seeking. However, the a judication 
' r of the n-atand 

econd prizes to Mr. Eller,aeck'a Chasselns. 
Hus pie and Rose Ch sselaa specimens, 
.rought to light the germs of a revolu'ion lit 

n n leu ■ i be pes sibitily , I something Buper- 
or, and begot desires and stimulated to effortB 

Instead of the tender : ml lain California 



''mn-ii- 


ana, and the exq 


isite'wbite Muscat 




mdria, with sev 


eral ol its splendid 


;;',"/:,; 


tie.. Indeed, i 
t forty or fifty of 






erican and exotic 


grapeB.hardy.half- 


hardy, r ten .'.,rn end 




er unde 


glassier table c 








thc desert during 




.EoiHE 








vorthj 














a. to suitability 








d flavor. A few of 




c mparativ.ly 




hry ar 


exceedinily hisbflavori 1 ,.| sui- 


! ...'.■'. 


cd^to enjoy their 


ue^lVh't'fufVo"^™ 








','.' .'". 


""''" ">« rie"" 


ty of crvering the 



visseroi, of Co, 
,f foreign grapr 



P Wi",'a' 1 'mn'd 3 '"" 



FuBBtHRY 11, 1863.] 



THE DESE&ET NEWS. 



propagator, a sinyl- eye, or I. -hi. plan, 
tbe soil, will expand into a. beautiful 
bearing five or six pourida erf perfect g 



• |.:.u,ii,i C ,c rlainly I 
ii r J»pw'li'de'"g„?th' 



rcabii.L-jnice tor wine, an.l spicy 
.li-iiisrhi Hi.- ClinstuiasandNew 

TfanVbei'cvitaol "baked ."ua'.'ri 



Itr 


trums ot any o£ t 

have brought up 
t beautiful and d 


U 


BfiBKfcH, 



■jss, 



rapidly multiplied, im nsrly s.iim..i..u.m 

Ibelr chief characteristic., r.ally no cxc' 
exists for self-deprivation of their parad.sia 

In the early Bummer, the succcBBful Ho 



rinea, »»'». BSJ. grapes, apple. 



o certainly made and carefully laid aw 
utby theyetuncou™.ed buncbeB of grs 
nd tbe ample atore of the now ripening wi] 
pples and peara. 
When a man treats bin friendo Ihue, w 



ample is contagious. It i 



children a proper reaped fo 
especially fruitbearing ones 
•specially those .... .... 



destroying a hundred . 



s worth of f'ruii 



Hcmember that 

tot constitute the whole of the pleaaure 

of life. 

the subject, here and theie ligb' ly ;...... I... y 

»ald." a Muchhaa°been saidVy rttattrVrfiu 

• BrefufcoMideralion.the sugge » „f ih-i 

tnlifhtened and enlarged experience, ao fa 
ai applicable to yout cir. um-l.incca and lb! 
•Il.ate. lhlvanotprcBJiroedto attempt a 

fruits of the earth, but rather to invite you 
attention to this fascinating .1 parlmen't r 
useful knowledge, to p. es.nti' toy. ur vie win a 

you may not have looked at ™w th "".Tahiti 
an eye, and to show the advantage and feasi 
bility of a more liberal and ,„.„,. „i :,.,,. ,.„ 

whic\a P bene(icen't J Vr. 1 . I ' i ,.',' ',',', , ,,' 

and vastly more a g, eeabl t. 'l..'..,!i!V ','!, 



TX, 



oblivious indiffer 



■'jziz 



tng win not prove unpr. 
uous will be realized, i 
• antly satisfied i; 
mlteof.ff— - 
«f Utah I 



effort towards making t 



r support of the governmei 



'>'"'' IS.. I, tbe enlire ....... 



DOINGS OF CONGRESS. 
In the Senale on Monday the 12th of . 



whether any legislation waa necc.e 

Becure the more prompt execution of 

The bill providing for the further 



A bill providing (or the rai B ing ot tr. 
:or the defense of Kentucky was taken up 
aassed. The balance of tbe day waa epei 
ipeecbifying on varioua subjects. 

In the HouBe, on tbe 12th, Mr. Colfax o 



duty on imported paper, from tl.ir. y-five t. 
ten per cent, and that the bill be considere. 
in the Houao at once, and Mr. Kellogg offered . 
resolution, which passed, instructing tb 
committee to inquire into the expediency o 
reduc ng the duty on imported rage of whici 



passed requesting tbe President to coram i 
cate to tbe House what instruction had be 
given to Gen. Dix, Gen. Shipley, Gov. Sta 
ley or either of them in relation to the el< 
tion of membera of Congresa from Virgir 
and North Carol. na. 
On motion of Mr. Sedgewick the nay 



I and Kew Orleans. A i 



n the bill to provide way 
.upport of the government 

Senate, on Tuesday, Ja 



n requesting 
e State departm 



relating to exportation fr, 



. appropriation ot litty tbouB n.d doll. 

.-enty thousand of which to be applied to 

pportof tbe Utah Indians. 

Mr. Kennedy presenled tbe credentials 

Hon. Thomas H. Hicks, appointed Uni 

I States Senator from tbe State of Maryland 

fill the vacancy occasioned by the death 

Hon. James A. Pearce, who appeared and tl 



lengthy speech, and Mr. Bingham replied. 

In the Senate, on ThursdVy, Jan. 15th, tbe 
dnt resolution providing for tbe psyment of 
re army and navy was paBsed by nearly a 
nauimous vote. Powell and Salisbury were 
le only Senators who voted, Nay. The bill 
taking appropriations for the support ot the 
lilitary Academy for tbe year ending June 30, 

i regard to tbe utility of the institution, by a 



presented the credentials of Mr. Jennings Pig- 
gott, claimirgaseataB representative under 
the certificate of Gov. Stanley. Mr. Dawson 



port tbe government, and did not rise 
hour of adjournment. 

In the Senate, on Friday Jan. 1( 
Vice President presented a comma, 
from Ibe Secretary of the Interior, asl 
an appropriation of five tboueai.d doll 
the new dome. Mr. Harding presc 

D Baker asking for a pension. The 
su pend the sale of landa on the I 
Georgia, in and about Port Royal was r 

resolution was adopted directing tb. 



of the French army i 



Kennedy, of Ind., announced the death 
late colleague, the Hon. Jamea Alfred 
Pearce, who died on the 21st of December, 
aged 58 years. Eulogies were delivered by 
Messrs. Kennedy, Boyard and F.ssenden, and 
ihe customary resolutions were adopted. 

In the House, on the 13tb, the Speaker an. 
souncsd Messrs. Fenton, of New York; Kel. 
oge, of Illinois) Wadswor lh,of Kentucky; and 
Bnglisb, of Conncclisut, as a special commit. 



l Mexico. The resolutions were laid over 

be following Thursday. 

ho bill for the discharge of State prisoners 

taken up and discussed, after which the 

the Houso, on the 19th, Mr. Cox offered 



n the bill providing yvays and means for 
tpport of the government, and Mr. Ho 
ade a speech on the subject of paper cur 



BEING REVIVED. 



female dreaa in vogue during the d 
i world's blatory— when fashions pre 



n regarded as 
sys Ih. New 



.ngthB t 



suit the wearer. These bows are eminently 
suggestive of mourning garbs, and thus our 
young Isdiee are assuming tbe appearance of 
those dangerous creatuies, "vidders," for 
which see Ihe warnings ot Mr. "Samivel 
Weller, Senior." 



g an appropi 
•aging emign 



,th Houees a"djo'urned till Monday. 
In the Senate, on Monday, the 19th,Mr.Mc- 
Dougall offered a series of resolutions denoun- 

uljugate Ihe republic of Mex co to her autho- 
it, by armed force as a violation of tb. es- 
abliBbed ruleB of international law, and that 
t is, moreover, a violat on of lb. faith of 
France, pledged by the treaty made at London 
on the 31st of October, 1801, between thegov- 
its of Spain, Francs and England, and 

and was regarded as not only onfriend- 
aostitej that it should be Ihe duty of tbe 
■eat to requite of the go.Terr.ment. of. 



and social gatherings w 


tb their hair done 


In the old style, and the 


n thickly bestrev 


with powder. Ofcoura 




applicationa all the 1 






becomes like snov 


"though thy hair be as 


carle), It shall be 








vening is over ofte 






and freeing it froo, its 




days of sackcloth and as 





[i with those <lingi.Bt.Dg "beauty pfl 
nee in vogue. After that the l&tlie 
p-rbapsj, demand tint ti* g^nttemei 



.... M, II, ■ ,;.,,., 

roiigbtiiybyg 



Dinnere are or«.i 



-The citizen* of Chicago de.Mu,ii.»d to 
nil all atiinpUittr or panl., board euritaty 



THE DfiSERET NEWS. 



[Fi;i:u-u'.t 11, 1863. 




FEmuiAitr 11, 18CS.; 



THE DESERET NEWS 



point. The Indians 
brought to bay, an a 
| diet ensued all aIor| 
Connor anil Major 



I.. ut. ISerry was badly wounded in the right (.Ju.slml.l, ,l. Il'-v 
shoulder, and here also a number of the men klUi'i?, William W;i 
: A few minntea after Lieut. Berry fell, Major j 
(...Hagu^r rec-.ht., .1 p.iintnl wound in the 1 , 






approach, am 
gc number of 11 






oral fell mortally wounds 
themselves ta the ground 
and to adopt another style of fighting. The 
word was passed along the line for the men not 
to waste their ammunition, and to protect 
themselves as much as possible. In the ad- 
vance of company "K," Lieut. Chase waa first 



evr of beef and provi .-i. i.j 
me dantaupp'.y oi' p-v.-.i-; 



i.ore d-im 



jt. There were 

iigrant plunder 
ii's.looUingglaa- 



: kept his aa< 



covers, with I 



» Indians wc;e likely to con- 
preservation, when tlicy had 
\Au:\ [he emigrants. Wagon 

) lying around and patching 



.ugftl 



fight hand, but kept on towards tile ravine 
irith revolver in his left hand fill be received 
a dangerouswoun J in the left tbigh.which has 

life. 
The Colonel seeing 'ho advantageous posi- 

»ent Major McGarry with a email detachment 



hearing the firing, 



.ntry 2d Oavalry, 

, the! Killed: Privates Jam 
ed to George German. 
t0 °'-| Bally v, 1 

nnor g..n,.-ry, John Welsh an, 
,sh:l.!ly waunee. 



: fight, C^pt. Hoyt waB ord 
ajor McGSrry ii. the II. ...king 



rfhev l ' e,it trozen b illy; temporal Adulphu 

- , y tj|,r.i^,-lt a,,.l I'mate .1 bn U. Marker, 

'edto Feet frozen lightly: Bugler 1 Kearney: 

....v.- I'll, ..lee Samoel ','1 uned, „, U. i-1 '.Hi'', 



Feb. 5, at Camp D •ue'i 

Vriv'ate M.'o'lirian,' 
Feb. 0, at Camp Dougl 

Corp. P. Frau-ley, C, 
Feb. 8, at Camp Dougl 

Private W. Wall, ( 
Feb. 8, at Camp Dougl. 



river, where Dr. Ree, 
surgical aid, and as w 



I bivouacked in the 
it morning, the wo, 
oeuarils on iliighs, in ■ 

elhlllU'ei] Jli'll e..n iae-es .11, 



3o. "iM"2nd Cavalry 

Co. "H''2ndCavnhy, 
Co. "K" 2nd Cavalry, 
,. *'M" 2nd Cavalry, 
Co, "H" 2nd Cavalry 
>. "H" 2jid Cavalry 
lo. "A" 2nd Cavalry 






,'r death ami ae l.i.uu leilee 
■ | pie of California will r, 



, Col. C nnor had 
e south Bide of the 
ndered them every 



lARCITY OF FUEL, 

Hiding the very favorable oppor- 



cat scarcity ot fuel in this lit 
nvcr Jbeing enlhely destitute, and dependi 
"'Slit- their more fortunate neighbors for w 









Ivors of his coi 
On Thursday 



4th, Col. Connor and the 
their expedition. 



' George C. Cox and 



kept up an enfilading fire on t 



Anthony Ste- 1 ^"i"y, under (he auspices of 

' V,.,-; Cojp.nal L W ll.i:l,es; I'm 'esW. Mason .„ Irate, „. I y. Tt.er e 1, eli,a l.o l,„l -e 
MH.Hood, L. D. HugheB, J. Legget, E. C. ibis vicinity, the hrell II 



.' .:; ;;;"!;;, 



opening of the hght had the best 


Sil.'lll'l V. ':,,,:' S .ee.,.,1 L„.1H I.,!,!,ilH; ,'" "'''.. '' K ' C "'"" ,n 

Psivatsail Miller, M. Forbeaand P.Hiinl„n. """' "" ' " ■ ' 




but the tide of fortune changod, 


I'e, I fi,,/, n: S., -cant Jnl.n Cilleir, C„ ],,,- deceased was a Roy 
ralsA 1>. Ueuelt and Win. Svd, P,,.,:,-, 3 ,„.,'l number of Ma 




ve men and good rifles. 


W. W. Collins, James Dyer and J,, In, Mc- , , , ,„ 

OonaVb,. : tendance render, ,1 II 

Haul frown: Private A. J. Case. Maaons' burial servi 


ork of death progressed, aud the 


now clearly Been, the lower por- 


Co .„ H „ Hon. Frank Fuller,? 
Killed: Privates Join. K. lii i.gs, Charles L. ry, olhcialed as W. J 


avinc became the object of inter- 




Hollou-ell. .caval-y. as Marshal 


nies "K": and "M" were doing 


Seriously wound. .1 i apt. 11 ,..,, 1 Mcloa,,; Kinney, and U S. H 


'f'h°"' .'"had ?>" "in death"'™ 


ally wounded; but others taking 
.the conteBt was kent un. and at 


0' Urine, H. L Fi-ber. John l'. .ii.l.lin u. „ grave were of a high 
C, nnor, Joseph Clous, Thorn, sun U.dge, ami were witnessed 



« Fork, of Big 
tin for getting i 
The road to the 



the close of the struggle, forty-eight Indians 


Slightly Mounded: Privates 1} 


were lying together in a heap, which showed 


HuLcbiDaon. Fiank Farley. 


how biavely they had fought for life. Lieut. 


Co. «& 


Quinn with a small datatehment had entered 


Killed; Privates Lewis Anders. 


gunge of report "excellent execution," while 


inn Smith, Srielbniirne C. Reed, 
Rowe and Henrv W. Trempf. 
Seriously wounded: Lieut. Han, 


Lieut. Claik, with another detatcbm6nt.com- 




lijdiy v,n.i.i.(-d: ft-ivatva Alheri 


Hiiaduty" as the Indians were driven to- 


John S. Lee, Waller U. Weltoo. 
Ken^ley. 




Slightly wounded; Sergt. S, Irani 


Byfhis time the %ht had la&tM nearly 


lev, Unrpl. limj.nmn Land."; I'ri 
rick H. Keltv. Husrs-ne J. Bradv 



..j|,a p.. r l„| ,.,e,| 1 



THEATRICAL. 



i more on Sinday, wit 



J. Brady, Silas 
eh, John Dal.!-, R.,l,eit H.ngra'.„, M„i 
is, Alor.ao A. \>. V. McCoy, 
lio^eii fee ; ser.''. Win. 1. lie.-,, | j; c,, r| 
a.. L. While and James Ii. Huni; Priea 



Berry, Quinn, ami Conrad ftil 
of mounted cavalry charging 
ibe river, aud cut off the India 



Seriously uoiiu.teJ: S-rirt. A. J Austin, E. J" r .to(orV' 
. Hoy; r.ivales John Heu«l-y, Thomas II. ,V|eate,l R., 



only re B t froia twit Tit; 



THE DESERET NEWS. 






paars, peacbo-, nectarines, apricots 


cherries 


ami qu nee already Becnred by im 




for propagation and culture in the 


■alley* of 


Dcserct so far as we had 




lliem. W« tako great pleasure in 


adding to 




>f plums, 


grapes, strawberries, currants, go 




blackberries and raspberries— mon 








from Mr. T. W. Ellerbeck: 








Coo's Golden Drop, 




jXmo!, ° agC ' 




Si. MulH.'sQuetacha, 




Catlifir'H Tay Dank, 








Yellow Magnum Bonma, 




McLanehlin, 






Green Gaee, 




Hudson Gage. 




There are a few other excellent v 


riotles of 






WoodrulPs Purple Favorite-, 




( ■imr^tun'B Favorite, 





Ir. Samuel Hooker of Schuyler Co., III., 1b the majorit 

1 sheet iron, 
irge proper' 



reports ba.ing , peaki „ g 
I fifty potindB of Iinnortan 



regards this variety— new, because | Manuscript 

main obstacles disparaging the culture of tbe "■ l r ' u j l 1 '^,[ 1 ", 
Bo ghum will be removed— namely tbe difli-' it j 8 rro( ,os 
cutty hitherto experienced in granulating the education pr 
syrup, and its extreme tendency to mix with ; The pupils w 
other canes, tl.sr.by greatly deteriorating tb. I ,yg<J °™ p ,' p 



-Tbe Leavenworth 
ite officers of Kani 



ugbl 



otead of adopting 



uiu^eclfo. uoo, 
grammar and compoaiti 



,■ .ill! 



This 



clteady's Early White, 
acx Hamburgh, 



Scarlet Magnate, 
Austin Seedling, 
Triumph de Gand. 



Koevsl's Red Giant, 
Iirinltlo'e Orange, 

American Black, 



■iouB — especially for tbe produc- 



LlfERATURE. 



^iir,! 1 



n.W|.l_y conn-T 



ationa for instruction, as 

us branches of the art of composi- 

- -I 3 ynl.:- in r.f literary h inning will !,,■ hilly 
tlained. The manuscipts of the pupils 

they are in a suitable form to be inserted 

icli wil 1 , by ■ It-.- juTtiiiiiaion of President 
[■)>!■■ Yc-niiL', I" 1 ii'aced in the Reading Room 
he -Seventies' Hall. 

have been encouraged in this undertaking 
many friends of intellectual development, 
one whom nre Messrs. J. V. Long, Ro- 
t L. Campbell, Territorial Su.perii.tei deal 
Common Schools, and J. W. Cumminga, 
who bovo kindly offered to hecome members 
of the proposed literary claps. Tbis circum- 
(gratefnlly acknowledged) is received 

design which, it is to be hoped, will not be 

Those who desire to become pupils of this 
Literary School, will please leave their names 
and addresses at the Deaeret NewB Office, or 



FACTS AND FICTIONS. 



mistakes have been made in this v 



Father of all to every people traveling in the 
"" of human progress. However much 



general progress; and, it 
path of civili/.a ion, 



lb-only path leading 



uine civilization. No 



ional glory. No other foundation can any 

i laid in tbe mission of Joseph. It is 
id enough and il^-ii-iii.-,i to bi' <r a irii:iu>\ 

tire of a millennial growth. This goes 
bow how much ma; be built tbereon, and 
- costly and grand a superstructure may 

is also true that the popular literature of 

ture of elements both good and bad. 



NEW VARIETY OF SUGAR t 



Weekly (Milwaukie) Wucontin a new i 
*f lmphee sugar cane, called tb<j Otal 

rich land, very ttiick, having no suckcri 
seed producing a single stock, and do 

is from seven to twelve inches in lengtl 
from one to two inches in thickness. It 



ogress, and tbe universal genius 



llectual unfolding, 

■ :■:. I '■■nil 

M.I-I....I Klucatiou Pr-si- 

'rofessor David O Cald 



intage. It is said that upon bis re- 
t from office— if be should reach thai 
s goal — he will write a book upon th( 

t utterly useless, and thus establish, a 



morning from his text, '"Ye are the children 
of the devil," and in tbe afternoon, by a funny 
lence, from the words, "Children, ohey 

i man can safely talk that dosa not 
;ly hold bia tongue. 
—"My gracious," said Ike, "if Borne fairy 
would would give me wings, wouldn't I go 
ound among tbe planets though? I'd go to 
Uars and Venua and Jupiter, and all the real 

"And Satan," said MrB. Partington Btriklng 
n, "and I'm afraid you will go there whether 
you get wings or not." 



self, and enjoy the pleasures of his own supe- 



i enjoying it hugely, 



) six per cent, dlacounl 
risonerB from Fo r t La- 



fayette, moBtly Ma. 
proceedings in the Superior Court of Haiti- 
alleged false imprisonment and detention in 
^--'ress Monroe from Major-Gen. Wool.whc 

the commander of that poe-t at the time 



n electric piano haB been tried 
palace of Compeigne. A tune there 
'-ntly repeated at St. Petersburg. 



It aikLd u tier, are the worsen 
of Wkh?— where hj tb* tale, t 
and by, carv* out a glorious 



re Gov. 
^ittleRock, 

—The Cleveland Herald says that "Presi- 
dent Lincoln takeB no step backward," but 
when a man has advanced to the edge of a 
precipice, a step backward is much better 
than a step forward. 

— It was said in diplomatic circles at Wash- 
ington, that Louis Napoleon was to recognize 
the rebels on New Year's day— the same day 
Mr. Lincoln declared their Blaves free. 

like a bath of youth, peems to restore to the 



—Indiscriminate *u'ogy and indiecrin 
catc invective are equally good— for not 
ing. 

—The rebel steamer Sumter was ac 
at private aale at Gibtaltor, December 8, f 
£4,000. 

—Charles Ward, of Salem, Mass., recoi 
meeds apprenticing the contrabands now 
within tbe army lines to the corporate bod- 

— English ladiea In southern Italy over- 
whelm Garibaldi with letters in which the> 
entreat cf him to tend them an autograph on 



-Nnpolr. 

icentration of military force 

-Abraham Lincoln, who reee 

--'--- ourt of lllinois.sa; 

opeseB to conquer an army of 

mndred thousand tc 



<■ county i: 



epeaded upon t 






[HllllH- i 



terrupting others in the same felicity. 

— More than half of the area of TennesBea 



i residue ia likely booh to undrrgc 



ABSTRACT 

Of Meteorological observations for the month of 

Jan., 1863, at G. S. L. City, Utah, by W. 



_ __Ther _mo meter attached. 
30 | 3T | ' 



The 


mometer in open 


91537— 


21 


1 32 | 
Dry Bulb. 


25 . 








31 


1 38 | 


3d 




Wet Bulb. 










32 


1 *4 | 


33 



.nt of snow and rain water 1076, 
- prospect, with the abundance 
tains, of "plenty" for irrigation. 



wind; snowing at midnight. 



Cloudy; night . 
Cloudy and wa 



15. Cloudy and thawing. 

16. Clear. 

17. Snowing and cloudy all day. 

18. Clear and cold. 

19. A.m. cloudy; p m. clear. 
20 Cloudy and windy. 

22. Cold and snowy. Shortest day. 

23. Cloudy and cold. 

24. Cloudy and Btormy. 

25. Cloudy and snowy. Christmas, 



;:v;;: 



31. Cloudjr. 

So fur as 
iv. liable, tbe 



Fbotuahy 11, 1868.3 



1HE DESEEET NEWS, 



■boulder Btraps of a MajoM 
A. BrigadtVi 



a a Bilver em- 



irly |.l, 






■llycr cinbroi(UT<'il leavn?, or 
the Btrap; a Major, two g, 

-•- Viced; a Capti 

Becond Liei 

The cloth of th» Btrap, by its coIpt, distin- 
guiahea Ihe arm t-f the service. For Gederal 



©fiural Notice. 



W. F. ANDERSON, M.D., 






®jncral Notices. 



INSTRUCTION ON THE VIOLIN, 



»— ,!-.„.. 



ERET MACHINE SHOP. 



®eneral Notices. 



WOOL CARDINQ. 



13 V.':;,:.:? ;,\' 



HURRjlH' HURRAH! 
NO KOltE BAD lil.lTCHES. 



AV, ! 



REAL GOOD MATCHES. 



KOTO©!! 

TO ALL CONCERNED. 



T"A 



F1EST PKIZE WATEBPKOOF 



MTCGOI 



FUSEES, 

NOT EXTTKQOISHABLE BY WIND; 

WRITING INK, 

Red* Yellow, Blue, Black ana Indelible; 

SHOE BLACKING; 

WOLVES, MICE, AND ALL KOtM 

OF VERMIN) 
BIAMIFACTIIRED AKD SOLD. 

BY H. FINDEAY, 

BEE-H!VE a FACTORY, 

MAIN STREET,, O. S. L. CITY; 
SHOE PEGS, 

STATIONERY, 

COMBS, Coarat trad Fiat}. 
CREWS AND RE1-INED, 

MOUNTAIN ALUM & COPPERAS, 

TIlOllPfcOMAX MEWelMH, 






GOING TO THE STATES. 



LOOK TO THIS, ECONOMISTS! 

R' 



TMj 



w-tz: 



GLOBE 

BAKERY ASD DIM6 BOOMS, 

Nat door to Poil OJ/iei. 



FIRST CI.'ISS BOARD 



® nM „ n , n ~ lh „ ,„'„„,„ cl ® 



®cntrol Notices. 



pBBBlDBNT E 



NE W ESTABLISHMENT 

WH — fy 

LARSEN & MAGLEBY, 

WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, 

(Nut to J«,>u»< s.JUI.,. Shop.) 

nKaPKCTFri.I.Y h.vll,. ,|„. ...„, |,„... 1 |hi , r .„ ln0P 



CLOTH MiN I! FACTOR! 

GEOEGE BONELLI, 19th Ward. 



O It EAT INDUCE It EN Tg 

CASH BUYERS. 
KIMBALL &~. LAWRENCE 



VPSZi 



MERCHANDIZE, 



LOW PRICE: 



, Fl'KNldyiM; It N L> L. U t A K ,: IL.s, i 



a v.: 






COMBS! COMBS! 






PUBLISH IT FIEOitI DAN ,TO 
BEEBSJ1EBA — 

TELL IT TO YOUR NEIGHBORS, 

THAT I CAN AND WILL SELL. 

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TSUTS AND L X B 3 R, T Y , 



NO. 34. 



GREAT SALT LAKE CITY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1863. 



VOL. III. 



DISCOURSE 



I thai I am glad to 



KM 



i, or from that 
ve be n on a miss.™,; I biv. , 
■ us I am still on a mm 



t, in, in every place th; 
uith its pri. 



me to-day. WbTcouk 



people irum 



people together 
God now; why ; 

kingdom of God a 



\tx 



"amlltitudtaoT-iSS 

'e we see aBBembli 

"or if the kingdom ! 

!ld have nothing ov. 
If the mere assernbhru/nfti 



One reason why 



ingdOm of God i 

I operation, it dc 



nan's relationship to God and his purposes. 
We commenced our labors will 

>el to you, listening to that, and receiving th, 
eetimony of the servants of God, hi, i follow 
ng the course that was indicated by them 
rou hare become changed in your circum 
itances and locality. You were located i, 
>ther parts of the globe, and were citizens o 



do so; and i: 
they'arVga! 



t« 



^ii"wiSEfIHJt 



with our earthly c 
services. 
There is no acti 






nnected directly with the development of 

i kingdom of God. Says one, "We must 

become perfect and holj ; we must become 

like the' spirits of the just who dwell w'itb 
God." That is true, but where is that trans- 



ngb 



&nthtaTway U to V bring h it d 

■nay understand i" Are°v 
One place to the exclusion 
Are wo to learn God and tl 



heaven with God and his angels? No'you ! iomlti d """shall "tultiva™ that' qualify 

11 1 ] Ml 1 1 I 

you know you know here, and all you can line's actions ,1.,,-a tins ,„ mcinlc extend? It 

learn you must learn here, while you arc here. ' should extend lo them all. We cam., ,,,, 

To acquire a knowledge -i God is ri life. « rolls Ihal will ..-.i.lrr lis acre, |„ G.u 

lhat appears to mat y to be a great some- and make us better. Tbalistight „lurlj no- 
thing, leayie.eileiie I"""' p-"|'l" know pi ore, and gives life. There is a .ightwiiy 
nothing of God. Where are 3 »u goii g lo ,,i„l a wrong one lo all we do. 

obt a knowledge of God. If we cultivate the ground there Is a way 

People lall, a ,1 s ,„„g to heaven, but which if |,n,»„od will be fruitful of consr- 

whcn we find ourselves 111 heaven, we shell queers the ,11,0,1 disastrous. u hile an ,.,.,...„ 1 r .. 
hud ibaMvebive 1 earl,. ,1 .uli-i ^'j "= ''" »sy inlljne.l.e, [,,„i,, a ,,d reward us for our 

DOWSrS, and External chaos ■ We l,,,,,,! x so oliere !, Hues belle, „ ,1 

know God now, ashu lo si.y, ,,01 „ ,„ ed g, ,.w, a, d II, „ ,„ „s tmihfullj. ,1„. ,,.,,,11 „r 

bylheell'c'a of ,ii, and lollv, ,l.s.a,led,..,i,l , luel ,,r the farmer, as is the rich har- 

B„iro„,,ded wi'h d.nkn ss, mis-ry and .old, v. at of heal,),, g,ai„ that affords Inn, bread 
edneBa, shall we wait until these are put. atr and susfciinuee. Some people think ihev e.,u 

Ibil wl, el, w, II en slittitc in us that kuowl- but their prayers can only be oll.u',,.,1 ,,l, o 



Per No. 

leys of Utah in el ,a 

:s of the gospel, simply 



; taught. We ' self, . 



elves. Can we know God in this ».uf Yes 
ot so to where he is to be l.t ,, ; ;lit ot linn por- 



ade in the image of God. Thei 



1 , ,n re, ""• wemusU 

fyouraOect 



: we may be prepared 
] heavenly intelligenc 
he kingdom of God 



hlisbe.l now 

nd Increase of its n, 
fleet light on the da 



) God, and the reason why 



receive that the gospel is true. I li 
the Influence of this idea until 



Co 



if beariog as a child, and understanding a B 
:bild. When I began to approximate tow.rc 

, ni, ee core 1 ,'! t ootid, 1 became eatisbe. 

hat it was not by merely looking at Bom, 

hing that the mind became enlishn ,1, th; 

t waB not bv merely guessing at something 



,s true in a very simple way 
mired me to pursue an uprwh^ 

narrehng with any bod, , 1 l,d . 
lion of ibe gospel, and its req 
c. it has saved me from war, coi 



springs from peace. Then heaven wdl be in 

wVt'h voor fe'ende and n'etgbboes, ,,,,d 1, nulled 



ni'iinri with still higher, and holier prin- 

' wTsay we want the Holy Spirit; then let 

I i o,e* our condition 
ually, making us better and better citi- 

tbe principle of immortality that will consti- 
rhen applied to the great body or the 

of ,.:..., ,1,,- nntnotteiily of 1, In g 

perpetuity. Then the development of the 
kingdom of God in power on the earth tempo- 



. ng 1 lore to pra. _ 

great many weeds growing 
on your land, |,:av tor jour land, and do not 
forget to go out on (o thai land, ami pull ,,,,, 
remove, and destroy by your diligent labor the 

We have been toldlbat the°°L,Twill not 

selves, if we do not know. This p"art "of "our 

ready gained it 5 and this will eMMe'usto a d 

,u (be bulling up, uiul development, it, itu 
greatness and power of the kingdom of God. 
Let our labor be so applied, that when we 
bow down before our Hevenly Father, to ask 
hint In bless a nil Inn;. „,- iiave, or do, that we 
can do so consistently. Let us hoe up the 
weed,, and e, h our fields, and ask God to 

'l \len°a"i God 



I of thought; a. 



do wrong, and say wrong things. Let risin, 

nnge, be aupioesseo.let to- plane wb-ie ,1 ha 



■nTEein become'it. 



Iu U a'.s"af'ne. C ro b n' 



pietl with Ibe right, and the less danger I 

all be in of becoming occupied by lb" wrong 

This is good for me, and being good for me I 

peacably and quietly wi'th one another, and 

u to do the I, tile thing, in life's dutyrisht. 

That we may learn to do this it is necessary 

ndM so™ contro"we '/o wrong" "when we 

•elllig luel s m-Ce r V to fl lei 

i, enlightened o-'gment, ,1 sub judgment ex- 
.t wilhin us- Camml God help us? It ah 

od bless us when we pursue thecourse thatis 
■eeptabeln him. If we strive to subdue 



peak kindly of one another, and 

The "result of our education Is diflei 
eeling, and differences in our way of 

ritb our strength; throughout our lit 
re in opposition to the truth and I 

ur"efene'ral conduct in life. It is n 
plsce from where we sOsTHtw living I 






tl, d embellish tbeiii, and mnk- 



This will bring into existence God's lemporsi 
kingdom on the earth, then the Bflnclificd and 
holy, and acceptable of his children will 

dwell In palaces, will be „„,, led will. 

wealth, and there will be no desho ot Iheir 
hearts but what may be satisfied. There will 
be a fountain opened to them where they umy 

to, ought that is good, great, and ennobling. 

J.ur°hllta"wto pr'aWe" around J.uMin..f, 

that ou"are° dete'rminin Ihei'r' ■". i ? ""If 



lovs to your children as matters of compara- 

glnry, heaven,' Imppinees, 1,1,,,,,. .,,,,1 ,„, ,„ 

Ho" e c"n' .' U mXr g t , °.ch W n.V\bila:,i, 'Si 
right if she is reckless of it herself? How 
father do that If he neglects to s't be- 

iouSd ' owtilule' the'eonitsnt .ndTess^ 
bor of a father? Then let ub remember 

s holy nation°of men and women before 

, are they which constitute the bright 

l,al Worship around tint lb, one of G.„l7 

I, led onward ami upward ft.,,,, aromti- 

ible , dUl a . •■ ' ' A , ■', 

were tbey, and as they sre In all their 
brightness and glory around tbs tbrons ef 



be shu i which i, onion, enced here, an ad- 
ce.l stage „' its development. We are not 
,lind and dumb that we cannot eomprs- 

d I liir.-ien.-r between the household 

re Ho '.■no i •■ rhteousi s Bre utlered, 

fbe"nrone°ot' God? ''wo'uM "you ree'hem'clad 
in glory and crowned with immortality and 
eternal lives, then teach them truth whie they 
prattle around your knee; learn them to lisp 

' aci' k "t°o" "as"" si "nnJeretaX-flbV "will 
then bless the lather and mother that taught 



ulate all life's details, 1 < 

.--us thermal be will 

,.,.,. ; ".:og, hallowed ir 



I, wealth Vlll 



,rb,.... 



tcome a temple where God will delight 

il children. If our God shines as the 
lion of beauty out of /ion, Zi-ii moat 

uld around. Th. gloiy of Zion 

-!., 'I.' • Id, . ,1 -„.,, .'" 

sili to this all in a moment. We fust 
make our homes tidy and to subdue 

cohort? "if we'wish ou^'ch"^./'^ 

tif ", "re"* somethinglovely taritm to look 



THE DESERET NEWS. 



[FbbrcArt IS, 1863. 



1,000 claimants, 



f Columha, thcr 

nd 3,000 slaves reported. 

Richard Yeadon, of Charleston, offers $1,000 
>r tbo capture of Gen. Buller. 

The Richmond Examiner says, that on the 
!t ultimo, the negro hiring; season reached its 
limax in Richmond. "The offices nf the hir- 
>g agents were thronged with master and mis- 
■esa hunters of both sexes, and all ages and 



grossiom upon privato citizens by insulting 
" iry quart.red in their midst: 

»'.-.-.;, Tba' the Committee on M.litarr 
) of ,.,:-!, .g, arum " -.J.lij.l. a " 'I, If., 



rw y,„k conditions. No 



c^ti: 



,, v . |,.| oppoitimi'y, and ol]. iv I !.■■ L.'nii 
today, before it Bball be everlastingly t 
rcsn a 111.' Emp-ess Kin,- bin n.in 

J/k'l The federal disaster at 



tr«V.l'XmV,'y c!,,.h','o,'^.r'h.L.M!l7 ■ l :: 1 '-'-"''''"'"' '""'' I 1 "' °> Gen Mc 

Godl!li"." l ''u.' noi'i »i !,i fioin '.ih'n" v'v'e toauithim. The Slor Bays that KcClernand, 
and ndntl BOOB aea belter houses, more before engaging in tllo present compaign, did 



o] The New York Araill Po.I 
J, that Gov. Seymour was to be r 



The number of negri 






, |,'' ,, ;.C.y i "',',7' r | ,, '" , J' '""ar.tlia.theyl.ave. 

..] trow ,„„;! confessed their guilt." The 
It around oi subsequently desired, a pos 
•I I'h f«'d » ilh change of venue, which the 



i Indians of he No 



| day. afterwards it, a. fro,:,, over, 
"Omaha. 
d| Dr. EdBon B- Olds, lately released f. 



of Col 



ot Cle, 



God bleaa you; Ainen. 
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS. 



land, O , who assisted in taking off Dr Old, 
on the night of Aug. 12th. He is now in con- 

Col Wall, newly-elect, d U. S. Seua'toi 
from New Jersey, on his way to Washington 
at Philadelphia received an ovation from his 
friends, made a speech, in which he said lhal 

State of Nea- Jersey the high and reaponsi- 



of Unit,,! SMI 



I.'". ■; 



.umber, p„ jear, than at an, lim.' alnce *>°"y. (Ci cer. for "peace.'') I cannot say, r» 
,830. I friends, how this is to he brought about, but 

Gen. Sigol BtlgmatiKs the Fredericksburg I' 1 ' 1 '" 1 ' B P a k "» sentiments of the people, 

lutchety. j Jersey, but of the loyal people of Pennaylv. 

ha St. George with the rank of midshipman. I ">at shall bring ua from out this lurid tempe. 



,.f a louu a 



The Great Eastern Bailed from New Yo: 
or Liverpool on the -,h ult. 
John C. Heenan is about t 



i Pluccvil'r, Cala., lately opei 
r the sale of photographs of e. 
nong them Mr Lincoln's. 



! I i M-. Liu, 



'y New Yoi 



ow 1'" 






paying at Bouiocault's, in London— so san 
Tbo actiess, Mrs. Forest, by a final deciaio 
of the Court of Appeals of ihe State of New I came round and purchased his entire etocl 

(rom Edwia Forest, and henceforll, the sum ITEMS OF SOUTHERN NEWS. 

of (4,000 » ) ear. 

Mr. Lincoln, on New Year'a eve- 



Cabinet, deluding Gen Halleck and, 
even the preface of anapology, .aid:, 
aien, in the management ar«l condiu 
«U fto.o> Henceforth t jhall be.tbs 



cination.actof.the Oi. 



ow eageily Bought aftel 



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KENTUCKY PUGNA 
Pursuant to Gov. Robinson 



ons expressive of non-Buppor, gna 

nd protest against Mr. Lincoln's emanc 
on proclamation. One Buries, publis 
i the Frankfort !■«.», winds > ,, as 



eral Assembly of Kentucky solemnl, ,,:,. 

such pans of ihe C ■ , .■.'iSL-l !!'. ,«' 

I a'ru it ' ib i'" to ° "' Sla "*> "'"' t " ,e ' 1 



mat. c— '.hat rus'.ic vv .« Invariably a York- 

Iriab'y'^c;"'\!. , lL,ary! 3 'lhe m fath"r , 'o"'t'h. 
.uileinai, now ,„ ,...,..,!., . Tin elder Line,/ 

c a t y ra-l,'e°w»» > 'e C u l , l |V l!»° ?"m °' n ' lialeo1 
C '| r \l I 1 I 



1 parliculurly 



followed, Kemble, ca 
me,y, aa Ihe Sentinel, 
d.alogue of the play 



( Lane, Jihad kept th 
g 1 had two, now 1 1 

applause gain., I 1,, t 



AN EDITORIAL BRUTUS. 

.bscnh'e^a'n'd *'" """ ta,k " """"""PV 1 "* 
"Hear us f, r our debts, and get ye ready 

EEi:ISiicrE,vS 



pay we d m y„ 



man we're „li'r.-H,a nam, is' legion," an! 



February 18, 1863.] 



THE BE SERE T NEWS. 



CHEMISTRY AND I 



Suppos "- •' > 



I disr.-p;ir.l •<!, ai.J 
j'r of C tL "tty ' 



„g hand of ad- Nearly a 



geniality' "in, !'„o'h','i'e ",r'\, Ti,V,'/l. f,>'^\;, l "'i l ,T,"ot' V kn"wl.il > Be 
le), to reform, hischarscler .I...1 , E i .iii.l.., I" llr. Harlow- .ay, ttll sue 



'!' ! ' bl ")>™ »™ ""'• ' -'■"'- " Id ■-;;■.„ cl.fr ,i,c,an,l il,,.y ,,. .till 

>!,.«,. by every n,l al.ni... ,, ; .,.d ii.jiii a, thorns lo u.lt.ilc and d.spcl hupp, , has been shown to certain tree 

t.a chemical ,,nlijr!'"i, ,.!-,„, nh \-o,ne say that life was given lo enjoy. Bo ! prachoc 'i T. 'i! !l ! 'mj "y ' «'n l'i" ! "i.-"" 



„?;::!:,' 



r „'f;' r ; ';:;;": 



I. is of 'g cat import 



inh e aled' ly E d vVn e °o« U »°' 
effects' of 'foul, delete 



'v , ',.; s i 1 ^"? c ' 1 , 'T, : 'i ,r - t:, .i';' , ;'.' > ii.Moi l , y <. i rir u', a 

l'g.nujuhd (.Iliei class-c.,1 .rurhois, the to- Til. 



R- i.re.-I.B. Ja mer,'i»iic.l !•> 'Jr.. I... one of t .,, „-.., „,„,„ il,,. l,„.r,.i,i ,y-l.,uia ooejc.ii. lli.il 

the best authorities in such „„t t.ra, w.,e ml, i, g .,.T.,ii..|.s become prc.lis- 

hltewi.o exceed, ,.ly lord ..r b.uioc i i.,.,r-,i t ., c,i ,„lc. -..1 «,: jlam jo.H:idi-i. 

llOOSCB well Warmed ah it. ilalcl. SO of II,.,, ol„„.x . nbivia m.JV be Cotiicvcl flora 

t -o Tyrants" of .Vhens 1, ,.l into the apart- one person to ILe otber, and often produce an 

from'flower g'ayden'., admit .ed by uwmm 



The Arabic authors aft mat, tbe great 
EE'IH^fbe Moors ft liie'time tba^be" 

Toe importance of an equal and pure tcm- 

,iily to phyaic.an!,, ,,■:).,,,! gists, but to every 



> ogress. Otters have 
simply makes us ridic 



in? Were I to define 
ion, J shoulYiaVit'l, 



".:,i.i,!:;;,::;:: 



W 



plained at llecrabcb 
public worship life 






The Taberncemont 



j B1 " 1 ,,"', 1 ^!"'u' l b r , L 'il' ", ' I ' ,' / ', , V 1 ' " U I ' ' f ll'r , in" If, a 11 i I 1 s lVo-an,''grand|„" 

conveyed tbjough tl^.e.pirator, or t ans 1 !>•< d atar ' ' 

or W o' 8 Bi'ea"°jna'iy a'ni'u.'Ji'ia'Bucb Ts'lW ' ,,1. ',!",' ',""',]. i"',',.,',' .'• I,' '-'i .;',V>.",i gw'jui ' I." ',„ i,' , !!. |-',',.''il,. '■ X'XiX X,,,',,,' ol ,'leYy,'' of 'tin 

staled and ,„.,., main, ., p. ,-,o lo bo u ,„ lb,..,,,..' „, i.n ,.,, . V,', ,,!,.„, M ,1 , , , , ,1 .■ I,, u.,1 el u,,.l,,m Such a course 

°1 n I 1 I |H - b 1 >' 

: walk forth in lb. ei...|.-y of u oo. , tin eggi; ■"" r v .'," ", ,' ! ' "," . l '.' \".' r 11" *.-" * V "'on^-'r I . ."-' 

aive'i cu.'ri.b tbe,", know, edge and k.-.-p sup- r- in. 1 m .-, .lln'. nh"li founded upon any 

linesB aloof but tbe luiiu